Re-imagining Religion and Belief for Public Policy and Practice

Our latest research is a joint AHRC research network grant with Goldsmiths, University of London. As its title suggests it is an enquiry into 21st century understandings of the relationship between globalised religion and the public sphere across disciplines associated with the Arts and Humanities, namely: Religious Studies, Political Philosophy, Public, Practical and Political Theology, Cultural Studies, Anthropology and Sociology of Religion, Social and Public Policy, and Critical Urban Geography. 

The research will collate cutting edge theories and research via landmark interviews and an intensive 3 day colloquium before they are presented at a public policy colloquium, and shared with other international centres of research working in this field. 

 

Aims of the project

 

Context and Expectations

 

Who we are

 

Interviews