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    11th ISORECEA conference

    RELIGIOUS DIVERSIFICATION WORLDWIDE AND IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE

    ISORECEA in cooperation with Vytautas Magnus University
    and Lithuanian Society for the Study of Religions

     

    For a long time the secularization thesis dominated the field of studies of religions in contemporary
    societies. Many definitions and even more explanations of the process of secularization in
    contemporary societies led scholars of religions to search for new theoretical insights about the
    rapidly changing global social situation. Opponents of this paradigm claim that we are witnessing
    growing religious vitality at religious market or change in religion itself – here we find the
    privatization thesis, precarious religion or religious bricolage. Independently of how we approach it
    from theoretical perspective religious diversification is the process that is evident in the majority of
    contemporary societies. It is manifested through numerous religious traditions and new emerging
    religious communities not only within the religious traditions, but also at the individual level, as well
    as by the increasing number of non-believers and non-adherents, etc.

    In many cases Central and Eastern European societies have been analyzed as places where the
    monopoly of scientific atheism was replaced by the monopolies of national churches. But after
    more than twenty years of the post-communist period, religious diversification processes within
    these societies is visibly emerging, despite the fact that the dominance of the so-called national
    churches is still obvious.

    How do worldwide and CEE societies adapt to religious diversification? How do religious
    communities approach the diversification of religion? How do states react towards the changing
    situation? How do worldwide and CEE societies differ from each other in relation to religious
    diversification?

    We would like to approach these questions in the forthcoming international conference and to
    encourage scholars from various parts of the world to share their theoretical and empirical insights
    about religious diversification.

    In this conference we also invite discussion of the following topics:
     Religious diversification and Church and State relations 
     Religious tolerance and discrimination 
     Religious minorities and majorities 
     Religious diversification and human rights
     Religious diversification and social participation
     Religious diversification and social exclusion 
     Religious diversification and media 
     Religiosity or Spirituality – within or outside religious institutions 


    Please submit a 250-300 words abstract of your presentation by e-mail to:
    isorecea2014@smf.vdu.lt by November 15, 2013. If you are interested in another topic related to
    the study of religion in the CEE or worldwide, we encourage you to organize a session/panel. In
    this case, please submit a 200-300 words proposal by November 15, 2013 to the same email
    address.


    Key dates
    Submission of paper and session/panel proposals – November 15, 2013
    Notification of acceptance and opening of the registration – December 15, 2013
    The final date of the registration for the conference – January 31, 2014
    Final program – February 20, 2014

    Special events
    Participants of the conference will be offered two field trips – to (1) the Hill of Crosses (near
    Šiauliai city) and (2) the Pyramid of Merkinė (near Druskininkai city) for special prices not included
    in the registration fee.

     

     

     

    Further information can be accessed by following the link below

    http://religionanddiversity.ca/media/uploads/isorecea_2014_-_cfp_final.pdf

     

     


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