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Call For Papers - Technology, Religion and Cultural Identity

TECHNOLOGY, RELIGION AND CULTURAL IDENTITY
An Exploration from Comparative Multi-Polar Perspective

Proposed Venue: University of Madras
Proposed Dates: 13 & 14 December 2017
The University of Belgrade (Seminar for Social Sciences – Faculty of Philology) and the University of Madras (School of Philosophy and Religious Thought) are proposing to jointly organize a conference on the topic: “Technology, Religion and Cultural Identity – An Exploration from Multi-Polar Perspective.”  Rationale:

The Moscow lecture on the official site of the Patriarchate of Moscow

Prof. N. Gavryushin interview on the SOW Moscow event

Pravoslaviye.ru on the SOW Moscow lecture night

Book presentation in Paris

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sydney lecture


Relating Science and Religion

Friday, 30 June 2017, 7-9 pm

at the Sydney College of Divinity Headquarters, 5 Talavera Road, Macquarie Park NSW 2213, Australia

A public seminar featuring Peter Harrison | Denis Edwards | Doru Costache & moderated by Jim Harrison

Saint Petersburg Workshop


Theology, Science and the Eastern Orthodox Christian Tradition

May 31, 2017

At the Center for Multidisciplinary Scientific and Theological Research, St Petersburg State University, 9th Street - Vasilievsky Island, Build. 2/11

 

Science, religion, and superstition in Romania

by Alexandra Stavinschi, Project SOW Researcher

Book review: Michel Blay, Dieu, la nature et l’homme. L’originalité de l’Occident, Paris : Armand Colin (collection : Le temps des idées), 2013, 358 p.

(Michel Blay, God, Nature and Man. The originality of the West, Paris: Armand Colin, 2013, 358 pp.) *

by Evdoxie Delli, Project SOW Researcher

 

* The book review was first published in French in Αlmagest 5/2(2014) 128-141

Prisma (Newspaper Avgi) 13-5-2017

English translation follows

 

An interview about SOW of Efthymios Nicolaidis by Lida Arnellou

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