Coming Up: Second AGS Seminar on Religion and International Relations

Monday, 27 March 2017

ir_religion_seminar_thumbnail_2.jpgOn Saturday, April 22nd, AGS will host the second seminar in the series on Religion and International Relations that it started in February.

These seminars aim to bring together scholars, diplomats and graduate students to explore the links between religious beliefs and global politics. After the successful inaugural seminar on the theme of "Religion and State: A Troubled Relation", this second edition will focus on "Religious Minorities and Freedom of Religion".

It will feature Ambassador Michael Einik, US Senior Diplomat, along with Professor Manlio Graziano, AGS's specialist of the geopolitics of religion, Professor Christophe Grannec, a sociologist of religion at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), and graduate students from AGS and Université Paris-Sud in France, and La Sapienza University in Italy.

Click here to see the program

If you wish to attend, please email rsvp@ags.edu and we will send you the practical details.

 
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