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Dr. Jonathan Lanman is senior lecturer in anthropology and assistant director of the Institute of Cognition & Culture at Queen’s University Belfast. His research aims to utilize the tools of both cognitive and social anthropology to examine religion, atheism, morality, and intergroup relations. He is currently a principal investigator on the Understanding Unbelief research programme (2017-2020), which aims to document the nature and diversity of atheism and agnosticism.