On July 27-30, the Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion in conjunction with St. Anne's College at Oxford will be…
New blog on religion in the public sphere
In late January, a new blog on the role of religion in the public sphere was launched: Religion: Going Public.
Religion, Media, and the Digital Turn
This new report by Christopher D. Cantwell and Hussein Rashid begins to document some of the impact that digital modes…
Materializing the Bible
The Immanent Frame contributor James S. Bielo and co-curator Amanda White have recently launched a new website called Materializing the Bible.
5 questions (and answers) about religious exemptions for vaccines
The measles outbreak originating in Disneyland in California—which was finally declared over last month after 169 cases in the U.S.—thrust…
Projecting religious futures
Earlier this month, Pew Research Center published its projections on what religious affiliations might look like in 2050.
Religion in Britain: Demography, identity, and the public sphere
Over at Public Spirit, to coincide with the publication of the second edition of Grace Davie's Religion in Britain, Tariq Modood…
Norse pagan temple to be built in Iceland
Roughly a millennium after Christianity overtook Norse paganism, there will soon be a new temple devoted to Odin, Thor, and Frigg overlooking Reykjavík.
CFP and fellowship opportunities
The Religion Network of the Social Science History Association has announced a call for papers, panels, and book sessions for…
Church of England has its first female bishop
Following a July 2014 vote to allow female bishops, the Church of England has named the Reverend Libby Lane as its…