Project of Religious Freedom discussion series launched on the Immanent Frame

The Luce Project of Religious Freedom is launching a discussion series on the Immanent Frame. The series, guest edited by Elizabeth Shakman Hurd and Winnifred Fallers Sullivan in conjunction with a joint research project asks the question -“what is religious freedom, and why are we talking about it now?”

Scholars contributing to the series consider the multiple histories and genealogies of religious freedom—and the multiple contexts in which those histories and genealogies are salient today. The responses start with Elizabeth Shakman Hurd’s contribution Believing in religious freedom and has continued with contributions from Saba Mahmood, Winnifred Fallers Sullivan, Peter Danchin, and Samuel Moyn.


Publication: Charles Taylor in Rethinking Secularism

Again, for the keen eyed this is a little slow in being posted on here, but still worth sharing. The ImmanentFrame have  posted an except from Charles Taylor’s chapter in the edited volume Rethinking Secularism (Oxford University Press, 2011).