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Religions et territoire

Articles du colloque sur la thématique Religions et territoire

I. Pluralisme et minorités
Religion et Territoire, approche juridique (Anne Fornerod - Droit, Religion, Entreprise et Société)
● Religious involvement in public sphere in a secular state – legal institutions, political interests, and public attitudes (Ringo Ringvee - Université de Tartu) [résumé]
- Religious law and urban space. The eruv, a Jewish territory in the city ? (Lucine Endelstein, Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire Solidarités, Sociétés, Territoires) [résumé]
II. Identité et appartenance
Between “geo-law” and “theo-law”. Considerations on religions as transnational centres of identity (Silvio Ferrari - University of Milano) [résumé]
● Reactive Christianity in Britain ? : Religious Diversity, Social Cohesion, and Identity Formation (Matthew Bennett - Nuffield College, University of Oxford) [résumé]
Catholics and the urban territory in France : discourses and practices (from the 1970s to the beginning of the 2000s) (Olivier Chatelan - LARHA LAboratoire de Recherche Historique Rhone-Alpes) [résumé]
Theoretical and practical approaches to study the spatial diffusion of religious ideas : relationships between actors and the circulation of information (Ulrich Messier - Identité et différenciation des espaces, de l’environnement et des sociétés) [résumé]
III. Spatialité et religion
Spatial Patterns in Religious Affiliation and Practice in England and Wales (version provisoire) (Siobhan McAndrew, University of Manchester) [résumé]
● Recent Approaches to “Space” and “Territories” in Sciences of religion (Lionel Obadia - Université Lumière Lyon 2) [résumé]
The spatiality of religion – a geographer’s view (Thomas Lundén - Center for Baltic and East European Studies) [résumé]
IV. Valeurs, attitudes, pratique
● Long-term Religious Change and Stability in Ireland : A Geographical Analysis (Ian Gregory - Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Lancaster)
Religious and Secular Morality Across Europe (version provisoire) (David Voas and Ingrid Storm - Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex) [résumé]
● ‘“A sort of whirlwind” : Political Violence and Changing Patterns of Presbyterian Religious Observance in Ireland’ (Niall Cunningham, Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change, University of Manchester) [résumé]
Religious Attitudes and Home Bias : Theory and Evidence from a Pilot Study (Carlo Reggiani - University of Manchester) [résumé]

D 30 octobre 2021   


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