We have a fortnightly seminar series where speakers from inside and outside the University of Leeds present current research on any aspect of religion that, in one way or another, intersects with public life locally, nationally or internationally. The seminars are open to all with an academic interest in the study of religion and public life.
Unless stated differently, all seminars will take place from 11.30am-1pm in Seminar Room 1.03, Botany House at Leeds University. Please contact Research Intern, Hollie Gowan at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries about attending upcoming seminars.
Thursday 4 October 2018
Adriaan van Klinken and Caroline Starkey: “Introduction to the CRPL and to the Leeds approach to religion and public life”
Thursday 18 October 2018
Sarah Marusek, University of Leeds: “Comparative Liberation Theologies in Christian and Islamic Traditions”
Thursday 1 November 2018
Tamanda Walker, University of Leeds: “Religion and Belief in the Secular Modern UK Workplace: Equalities, Diversity and Inclusion”
Thursday 15 November 2018
Sean McLoughlin, University of Leeds: “The Cultural and Political Economy of Hajj-Going in Britain”
Thursday 29 November 2018
Anna Strhan and Rachael Shillitoe, University of York: “Nonreligious Childhood: Growing Up Unbelieving in Contemporary Britain”
Thursday 13 December 2018
Carol Tomlin, University of Leeds: “The Hermeneutics of African Caribbean Homiletics”