Jacqui Frost (University of Minnesota), Joel Thiessen (Ambrose University) and Ryan T. Cragun (The University of Tampa) shared their experiences with building a strong online profile. To read some tips from their presentations, click here.
On March 26th – 27th 2020, we held a virtual workshop with our partner organization, Pew Research Center. The workshop was designed to allow NCF team members to draw on the center’s expertise in quantitative international studies, in order to better understand the strategies, advantages and limitations involved in these studies as we launch our international research projects. (more…)
Guest Speaker: Mathilde Vanasse-Pelletier, University of ottawa
Seminar Series: Building Bridges
Watch the webinar here.
This was the project’s second graduate student workshop, led by Brazilian research team member, Dr. Camila Silva Nicácio, and titled ‘Research and Disciplinary Boundaries’. In this day-long workshop, Dr. Nicácio led ten graduate students from the Sociology, Anthropology and Religious Studies and Classics departments at the University of Ottawa in an exploration of the benefits, complexities and difficulties that surround interdisciplinarity.
The third installment in our webinar series with author Ryan T. Cragun (The University of Tampa)
Click through the thumbnail on the right to watch the recording of the webinar:
Read the article he discusses here: Mapping Religion’s Other: A Review of the Study of Nonreligion and Secularity
Our first set of five consultation workshops brought together academic and partner experts, students and post-docs, together with invited experts in project focal area (health, law, education, migration and the environment) to share their knowledge, provide feedback on NCF research design, and contribute to a public forum where key issues related to each focal area were debated. This set of consultation workshops were held in conjunction with the November 2019 Nonreligion in a Complex Future team meeting at the University of Ottawa. Click here to read a summary of the discussions that took place in each workshop.