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Pluralism, Politics and Religion Initiative

Second American-French Workshop

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Publié le lundi 04 juin 2007 par Sylvain Lesage

Résumé

Pluralism, Politics and Religion Initiative Second American-French Workshop Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (GSRL), Paris Washington University, Saint-Louis, Missouri (USA)

Annonce

Pluralism, Politics and Religion Initiative

Second American-French Workshop
Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (GSRL), Paris
Washington University, Saint-Louis, Missouri (USA)

7-8th June 2007
Groupe Sociétés, Religions, Laïcités

59-61, rue Pouchet
75017 Paris
Métro : Ligne 13,
Station Guy Môquet ou Brochant

June 7th, room of conference
June 8th, room 159

Thursday, June 7th:

9: 30 am - Welcome and introduction to EPHE/GSRL
(Jean-Paul Willaime, EPHE-GSRL)

- The Pluralism, Politics and Religion Initiative
(John Bowen, WU)

10: 00 am Brief introduction of each participant (round table)

11: 15 am Coffee break

11: 45 am - Protestants and politics in France from 1905 to the present
(Sébastien Fath, CNRS-GSRL)

- Syncretism or Plurality? Islam, 'Syncretic Communities,' and Religious Pluralism
(Ahmet T. Karamustafa, WU)

13: 00 pm Lunch

2: 30 pm - France and the Jews: From Accepting Diversity to Debating Multiculturalism
(Martine Cohen, CNRS-GSRL)

- Are there limits to liberal toleration ?
(Jack Knight, WU)

3: 45 pm Coffee break

4: 15 pm - Javanese Orthodox Christians, Muslims & the downscaling of custom
(Stephen Headley, CNRS-GSRL)

- "Traditional Religions" and "Foreign Religions" in post-communist Mongolia
(Marie-Dominique Even, CNRS-GSRL)

5: 30 pm Cocktail offered by GSRL

Friday, June 8th :

9:30 am - Religious media, secularism, and the morality of pluralism in Mauritius
(Patrick Eisenlohr, WU)

- The Council of Europe and the religious diversity
(Jean-Paul Willaime, EPHE-GSRL)

11:00 am Coffee break

11:30 am - Religion and Immigration: Muslim immigrants in USA
(Sunita Parikh, WU)

- Which pluralism at school? Some reflections from the REDCO qualitative survey
(Séverine Mathieu, EPHE-GSRL)

13:00 am Lunch

2:30 pm - Transformations in French secularism
(Philippe Portier, Université de Rennes 1-GSRL)

- Justifying Islamic Pluralism: Reflections from Indonesia and France
(John Bowen, WU).

3:45 pm Coffee break

4:15 pm Final discussion and propositions for the future

5:30 pm End of the workshop

8:00 pm Dinner in the Quartier Latin

Lieux

  • Groupe Sociétés, Religions, Laïcités,59-61, rue Pouchet, 75017 Paris
    Paris, France

Dates

  • vendredi 08 juin 2007
  • jeudi 07 juin 2007

Contacts

  • GSRL #
    courriel : gsrl [at] gsrl [dot] cnrs [dot] fr

URLS de référence

Source de l'information

  • GSRL #
    courriel : gsrl [at] gsrl [dot] cnrs [dot] fr

Pour citer cette annonce

« Pluralism, Politics and Religion Initiative », Journée d'étude, Calenda, Publié le lundi 04 juin 2007, http://calenda.org/193209