CSSR Fall 2020 Zoom Webinar Series



CSSR webinar series fall 2020


The Canadian Society for the Study of Religion will be hosting three Zoom webinars this Fall 2020, open and free of charge to all 2020 and 2021 CSSR members. See below and the attached poster for more details.

If you wish to attend one, two or all three webinars, please register to attend at https://forms.gle/zLkjnZNX2DRQdm6G9

You must be a paid CSSR member, either for the 2020 or 2021 calendar year, by the time of the webinar in order to attend. To join or renew your CSSR membership, please visit: http://www.cssrscer.ca/?q=node/67


WEBINAR 1: Loss of Indigenous Eden

Monday September 28th, 2020 at 1pm EDT

Presentation by Blair Stonechild, First Nations University of Canada

Chaired by Paul Gareau, University of Alberta

***NB: Registration deadline for Webinar 1 = Sunday September 27th, 2020

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More details and poster on this page: http://cssrscer.ca/?q=node/1500


WEBINAR 2: Understanding and Combating Hatred and Violence through Religious Literacy and the Law

Thursday October 29th, 2020 at 3pm EDT

Chaired by Catherine Holtmann, University of New Brunswick

Presentations:

Alleviating the Clash of Ignorance: Combating Islamophobia through Religious Literacy
Alyshea Cummins, University of Ottawa

Issues of Interpretation: A Case Study of Combating Antisemitism in a Legal Context
Megan Hollinger, University of Ottawa

Ontologies of Violence: Deconstruction, Pacifism, and Displacement
Maxwell Kennel, McMaster University

***NB: Registration deadline for Webinar 2 = Wednesday October 28th, 2020

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More details and poster on this page: http://cssrscer.ca/?q=node/1517


WEBINAR 3: Religion and Otherness: The Concept of the Other, and Working Towards Decolonization

Thursday November 26th, 2020 at 3pm EST

Chaired by Michelle L. Folk, Campion and Luther Colleges at the University of Regina

Presentations:

"Otherness," Difference and Marginality in Western and South Asian Thought
Diana Dimitrova, University of Montreal

How the Decrees of a 16th Century Synod Triggered India's Freedom Struggle
Clara A.B. Joseph, University of Calgary

Dark Mirrors, Live Potions: Communication with the Dead in Contemporary North American Witchcraft
Sandra Huber, Concordia University

***NB: Registration deadline for Webinar 3 = Wednesday November 25th, 2020

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More details and poster on this page: http://cssrscer.ca/?q=node/1539