Nonreligion in a Complex Future
La Nonreligion dans un Futur Complexe
The Nonreligion in a Complex Future (NCF) project is an international, comparative, interdisciplinary research project which identifies the social impact of the rapid and dramatic increase of nonreligion in Canada, Australia, the Nordic countries (Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland), the United States, the United Kingdom, and Latin America (Brazil and Argentina).
Our Upcoming Events
Nonreligion in a Complex Future Project Team Meeting and Conference
On June 6-9, 2023, we will be holding a team meeting and co-hosting a conference with the Nonreligion and Secularity Research Network. The event will take place at the University of Ottawa and virtually. Please see here for the preliminary program.
NCF Reading Group Seminar with Camila Nicácio
In this seminar, Camila Nicácio (Federal University of Minas Gerais) will lead a discussion about her recent chapter, “Law and Religion: A Comparative Approach to the Management of Religious Intolerance in Brazil and Canada.”
Please contact Nathan Alexander (email@example.com) for details of how to attend in-person or virtually.
Recent Event Recordings
On June 6-9, 2023, we will hold a team meeting and co-host a conference with the Nonreligion and Secularity Research Network. The event will take place at the University of Ottawa and virtually. Please see here for the preliminary program.
The first episode of the Lifestances Podcast, the new podcast from the NCF, is now available. Listen here.
Our project director, Professor Lori G. Beaman, has just returned from a fruitful six-month stay as Leibniz Professor at the University of Leipzig, Germany. While there, she gave the inaugural Leibniz lecture, “The Transformational Possibilities of Immanence.” She also collaborated with Monika Wohlrab-Sahr and Christoph Kleine of the Multiple Secularities project and co-hosted a workshop, “Who is ‘Us’: Our Culture, Our Values, Our Heritage and the Reconfiguration of Religion.”