Nonreligion and Secularity, the Official Blog of the NSRN

We are thrilled to announce that Nonreligion and Secularity, the official blog of the NSRN, is now live!

You can view the blog and read NSRN founder and director Lois Lee’s introductory post here: http://blog.nsrn.net/

The aim of Nonreligion and Secularity is to provide a platform for the publication of short articles on a broad range of topical issues relevant to the academic study of nonreligion and secularism. By combining the high professional standards associated with academic publishing with the more conversational tone of a blog, Nonreligion and Secularity aims to deliver an informative resource for both scholars and professionals working within this field, and also offers a space for the dissemination of research related information to a wider audience with an interest in the academic study of these topics.

We are really excited about this latest NSRN development and the blog’s potential to expand the field of N&S research in new directions and to reach new audiences.

Over the coming weeks we will be publishing an exciting line up of blog articles on a variety of topics related to N&S research so be sure to bookmark the page or sign up for email alerts of new content.

If you would be interested in writing an article for Nonreligion and Secularity we would love to hear from you. See the Submissions page on the blog website for more information and author guidelines. Additionally if you would be interested in becoming a member of our editorial review board please contact blog editor Lorna Mumford at lorna.mumford.10@ucl.ac.uk for more information.

 

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