Undoing un/belief: an orthodox Jewish perspective

In this blog, Ruth Sheldon shares some reflections emerging from her work, Jewish unbelief in contemporary Britain, which explores the meanings of ‘unbelief’, within minority British contexts.

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Organised Humanism Across the World: Belgium, Great Britain, the Netherlands and the United States of America, 1945-2005

In this post, Niels De Nutte provides a preview of the soon-to-be-published volume on the history of post-war organised humanism, Looking Back to Look Forward, which he co-edited with Bert Gasenbeek. NielsDeNutte.jpg

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[Event Report] Understanding Unbeliefs and Reclaiming Enchantment: The 2019 Cultures of Unbelief Conference

In this post, NSRN Deputy Editors Joanna Malone and Jacqui Frost report on findings from the 2019 Cultures of Unbelief conference in Rome. They share insights from the Understanding Unbelief program’s core research projects that were presented, as well as other innovative research being done around the globe to better understand nonreligious beliefs, practices, and identities.CLA (2)Joanna Malone website photo

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