Archaeology: Rewriting Early Christian History
2014-03-19 to 2014-03-22
Santa Rosa, CA, USA
ACERP2014 - The Fourth Asian Conference on Ethics, Religion and Philosophy
2014-03-27 to 2014-03-30
This international and interdisciplinary conference will again bring together a range of academics and practitioners to discuss outside the traditional confines of narrow fields of specialism, and in new directions of research and discovery in ethics, religion and philosophy.
Interdisciplinary Conference on Religion in Everyday lives
2014-03-28 to 2014-03-29
Religion in Urban Spaces
2014-04-10 to 2014-04-11
2014 European Association for the Study of Religions (EASR) Annual Conference
2014-05-11 to 2014-05-15
The Architecture of Spirituality in a Multicultural Setting
2014-06-05 to 2014-06-08
This symposium will explore the nature of spiritual expression as articulated in form and space within a multicultural framework around 4 themes: Identity; Sharing; Conflict; Forgiveness.
Compelling proposals beyond the themes will be considered.
Religion as a Social Force
2014-08-13 to 2014-08-15
San Francisco, CA, USA
The 2014 ASR meeting will explore what can be learned by viewing religion and spirituality as independent influences in social life, as well as the potential pitfalls of doing so, along with the many other approaches that flourish within the highly pluralistic sociology of religion.
Teaching The Christian Intellectual Tradition
2014-10-02 to 2014-10-04
Birmingham, Alabama, USA
Samford University is proud to announce its inaugural conference on “Teaching the Christian Intellectual Tradition” (TCIT). Supported by funding from the Lilly Fellows Program in Humanities, this biennial conference is designed to provide an opportunity for scholars from across the disciplines to share ideas about teaching Christianity’s rich intellectual heritage to today’s undergraduates.
Music, Theology, and Justice
2014-10-24 to 2014-10-25
University of Toronto, Canada
The purpose of this interdisciplinary conference is to gather together scholars interested in exploring further the relationship between music and theology. In particular, the conference will consider theological issues raised by the social practice of music, and implications for justice, ethics, morality.