The conference will be held online in partnership with the Nonreligion in a Complex Future project. It will be free to attend and participate in. View the preliminary conference programme here.
Registration is now closed.
This graduate student workshop was led by NCF Collaborator Jennifer Selby (Memorial University of Newfoundland) and focused on Research Design and discuss the steps, pitfalls and serendipities in conducting fieldwork, particularly in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read some of the students’ key takeaways and suggested resources here.
In this installment of our webinar series, authors Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham and Sonya Sharma will discuss their book Prayer as Transgression? The Social Relations of Prayer in Healthcare Settings (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2020).
Watch the video here!
In this event presented by the BC Humanist Association, NCF Co-Investigator Peter Beyer will explore what it means to study nonreligion and discuss current NCF research projects, with special emphasis on a survey project that is about to be launched!
Details and RSVP here.
In this installment of our webinar series, author Zach Munro discusses his article “Introducing the Non-Religious in Alcoholics Anonymous.” Watch here.
Guest Speaker: Jacqui Frost, Rice University
Seminar Series: Building Bridges
Watch the full talk here!
The NSRN 2020 Annual Lecture, titled “Going Godless: Black Feminism, Humanism, and Anti-Racism”, will be given by Dr. Sikivu Hutchinson on 10 December, 2020 (13:00 – 14:00 EST) as a free online event open to all. To attend, please RSVP with Vanessa Turyatunga at firstname.lastname@example.org. More information here.
This is part of a series of workshops this fall targeting key questions linked to the study of nonreligion. This particular workshop discussed the different aspects and challenges of creating a survey to measure nonreligion.