The International Conference on Religion and Spirituality in Society brings scholars, teachers and practitioners together to reflect on the relationships of religion and spirituality to society. The conference aims to provide a space for careful, scholarly reflection and open dialogue. International Conference on Religion and Spirituality in Society attendees include leaders in the field, as well as emerging scholars. The conference offers a variety of presentation options and session types, virtual presentations are accepted as well.
Buddhism and Philosophy
A Workshop with Professor Jay L Garfield
The aim of this edited collection will be to provide one of the leading guides on the intersections between law and art. The edited collection will therefore bring together a wide range of theorists in relation to, amongst other things, critical approaches to law and art, the intersection between law and art and their mutual relationship, legal categories and definitions and vis-à-vis art movements and particular artworks, and law and art theories.
An international conference, co-organized by Anna Corrias (UCL) and Eva Del Soldato (University of Pennsylvania), co-sponsored by UCL, UPenn and the British Academy.
Speakers will include Stephen Gersh, Anna Corrias, Guido Giglioni, George Karamanolis, Eva Del Soldato, Hanna Gentili, and Allegra Baggio Corradi
UCL, Gordon Square (25), Room 107
29 June 2018
Chair: Valery Rees (School of Economic Science)
Political Theology and the Contemporary Moment: Beyond the Christian and the Secular
A Two-Day Workshop at the Humboldt University of Berlin
July 5-6, 2018
Humboldt University of Berlin, Theologische Fakultät
Burgstr. 26, 10178 Berlin
Room 206 (2nd floor)
THURSDAY, JULY 5th
Kirill Chepurin (HU Berlin/HSE Moscow) and Alex Dubilet (Vanderbilt)
11.10-12.00 A Political Theology of Disenchantment
American Comparative Literature Association Annual Conference
March 7th-10th, 2019
Panel Title: Neoliberalism: Between Utopia and Dystopia
This panel seeks to examine utopian representations of (neo)liberalism in 20th century literature and culture, emphasizing comparative connections to (neo)liberal political philosophy and economic theory.