STUDENT WORKSHOP: QUALITATIVE METHODS, RELIGION AND NONRELIGION

STUDENT WORKSHOP: QUALITATIVE METHODS, RELIGION AND NONRELIGION

STUDENT WORKSHOP: QUALITATIVE METHODS, RELIGION AND NONRELIGION

    Date: November 20, 2019
    Time: 12:00 am - 12:00 am
    Location: University of Ottawa

    STUDENT WORKSHOP: QUALITATIVE METHODS, RELIGION AND NONRELIGION

    The Nonreligion in a Complex future (NCF) project held its first graduate student workshop on November 20th 2019, led by NCF Co-Investigator Douglas Ezzy (University of Tasmania). The workshop was titled ‘Qualitative Methods, Religion and Nonreligion’ and saw participation from eleven members of the NCF student caucus, along with two graduate students from the University of Ottawa’s Department of Classics and Religious Studies. To read the content and agenda of the meeting, click here.