Professor Graziano Lectures in Italy About The Geopolitics of Religion

Wednesday, 02 November 2016

graziano_manlio_2015_100_120.jpgProfessor Manlio Graziano recently participated in three seminars on the geopolitics of religion at universities in Italy: University of Bologna (History department) and University La Sapienza in Rome (Political Science and History departments). He discussed the impact of the geopolitics of religion, especially that of the Catholic Church, on international relations, and the relationship between religious and political borders.

Manlio Graziano is a specialist of geopolitics and geopolitics of religion––having been the founder of the latter discipline. He published several books on the subject, and is expecting the forthcoming publication of his three latest books: In Rome We Trust (Palo Alto: Stanford University Press, forthcoming 2017), Holy Wars or Holy Alliances (New York: Columbia University Press, forthcoming 2017), and Frontiere (In Italian; Bologna: Il Mulino, forthcoming 2017). The release of these books will be announced here. 

 
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