The draft programme for the 2012 Sociology of Religion Study Group of the British Sociological Association (SOCREL) – Religion and (In)Equalities – has recently been announced, and is available here.
The conference dates are 28-30 March 2012 at the University of Chester, UK. The entire programme looks thoroughly stimulating, and contains a number of papers which should be of interest to NSRN researchers.
Of particular relevance is the ‘Atheism and Non-Religion’ panel on 29 March at 09.00:
Atheist summer camps: Transitioning away from conceptions of disbelief to belief
Christopher R. Cotter
The inherent inequalities of the religion-nonreligion dichotomy: A narrative approach to individual (non-)religiosity
Religion and modernity
Janet Eccles & Rebecca Catto
Countercultural or mainstream? Some reflections from the Young Atheist Project