Shaking the Tree, Breaking the Bough: The Golden Bough at 100
Beginning with the publication of Malthus’s Principle of Population in 1798, A. M. C. Waterman has identified “an ideological alliance of political economy and Christian theology,” lasting until 1833 in Britain, that he calls “Christian Political Economy,” including such figures as Malthus, Paley, Sumner, Copleston, Whately, and Chalmers.
Meetings with Remarkable Buddhists: Socially Engaged Buddhism in Japan in the 21st Century
A Zoomcast & Podcast series presented by
The International Buddhist Exchange Center (IBEC) @ Kodosan
in advance of its new major publication for 2023
Since the 1950's (at least) all young men of Sephardic/Mizrahi ethnicity in Israel who devoted themselves to Torah, acquired their rabbinic knowledge in yeshivot and kolelim of Ashkenazic and/or Haredi orientation. The first generation of these scholars 'came of age' in the 1960's and some of them began teaching others.
This is a three-day online course that addresses the many new expressions of mass mediated creative arts that make reference to Islam. These expressions may be motivated by a wish to express an Islamic interpretation or spirituality, but they may also be for other reasons, such as from anti-racism or critical perspectives. Muslims, as well as non-Muslims, take part in this ongoing art making process.
Deadline for abstracts: 15 July 2022
The ERC SOCIOBORD and “Who cares in Europe?” Cost Action’s conference
Institute of Intercultural Studies, Jagiellonian University in Kraków and Institute of Applied Linguistics, University of Warsaw are pleased to invite you to FACES OF POSTMEMORY 5 – CONFLICT OR NEGOTIATIONS? an interdisciplinary conference under the patronage of the Section of Heritage and Cultural Memory Studies of the Polish Ethnological Society.
The Max Schloessinger Memorial Foundation and the Institute of Asian and African Studies in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem are pleased to announce the publication of JSAI 50 and 51.
You can see the tables of contents on our website (https://jsai.huji.ac.il/about-jsai-0).