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New accelerated undergraduate course called "Jerusalem and Rome: Jewish-Catholic Relations" at Assumption University, May-June 2022

Assumption University is pleased to offer its newest undergraduate course, Jerusalem and Rome: Jewish-Catholic Relations. This course reflects Assumption’s strong dedication to cultivating right relations with our elder brothers and sisters. We are honoured to have the warm support from both the Windsor Jewish Federation and Community Centre and Jewish London. The course represents a historic new chapter in Jewish and Catholic dialogue, one that will both teach and inspire future generations. The course is an accelerated course that can be completed in about six weeks.

Call for Research Participants - North African Muslims and their Perceptions of Laicité and Islamophobia

Call for research participants: This project is seeking to interview north African people who identify as Muslims on several topics. First, we'll discuss their perception on debates about laicité in Quebec and latest bill voted (Bill 62, Bill 21 among others bills). Then, we'll talk about Islamophobia since the Quebec Mosque attack in 2017. Finally, both the bills voted recently and Islamophobia will be discussed to focus on their impact into living religion on a daily basis at school or/and in the workplace.

Table of Contents - PentecoStudies, Issue 20.2 (2021)

PentecoStudies

Issue 20.2 (2021) table of contents

Guest Edited by Julia Kuhlin and Yonatan N. Gez

Editorial
Jörg Haustein

Guest Editorial
Guest Editorial: Pentecostalism and Lived Religion
Julia Kuhlin , Yonatan N. Gez

Articles
Religious Return Mobility in Pentecostalized Kenya
Yonatan N. Gez

Together with God: Lived Religion among Women in Middle-Class Pentecostal Churches in India
Julia Kuhlin

Table of Contents for Buddhist Studies Review, Issue 38.2 (2021)

Buddhist Studies Review

Issue 38.2 (2021) table of contents

Editorial - open access
Editorial
Alice Collett

Obituaries
Stefano Zacchetti 1968–2020
Antonello Palumbo

Articles
Analysis of the Ratnakuta in the Mongolian Manuscript Kanjur
Kirill Alekseev

A Computer-assisted Analysis of Zhu Fonian’s Original Mahayana Sutras
Lin Qian , Michael Radich

Bilingual Hybrid Symposium on "Maternités et figures maternelles dans les traditions religieuses de l’Asie du Sud (Motherhood and Maternal Figures in the Religious Traditions of South Asia)"

We are pleased to invite you to attend our bilingual hybrid seminar detailed below, organized by Florence Pasche-Guignard (Faculty of theology and religious studies, Université Laval) and Mathieu Boisvert (Department for the study of religions, Université du Québec à Montréal).

Title of the symposium : Maternités et figures maternelles dans les traditions religieuses de l’Asie du Sud (Motherhood and Maternal Figures in the Religious Traditions of South Asia)

Report on Canadian Religion in Global Perspective by Sarah Wilkins-LaFlamme

Table of Contents for Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses, Volume: 50, Number: 4 (December 2021)

Table of Contents
Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses- Volume: 50, Number: 4 (December 2021)
Special issue: Religion and Politics in Small Nations/Religion et politique au sein des petites nations

Found at: https://journals.sagepub.com/toc/sira/50/4

Articles
Religion et politique au sein des petites nations / Religion and Politics in Small Nations
Jean-François Laniel

Table of Contents for Journal of Dharma Studies, Volume 4, Issue 2 (August 2021)

Journal of Dharma Studies
Asian and Comparative Philosophy, Ethics, & Culture

In this issue

Original articles
Embodied Liberation in Participatory Theory and Buddhist Modernism Vajrayāna
Sabine Grunwald

“Justifying Warfare: Saint Augustine and Sri Aurobindo”
Edward T. Ulrich

Synchronic Strategy: Rules of Engagement for Sanskrit Narrative Literature
Raj Balkaran

Bhakti, Rasa, and Organizing Character Experience: Vopadeva, Śrīdhara, and Sanātana on Bhāgavata Purāṇa X.43.17
Jonathan Edelmann

"Buddhism in Five Minutes" edited by Elizabeth J. Harris - New publication and discount code from Equinox Publishers

New textbook just published!

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Buddhism in Five Minutes
edited by Elizabeth J. Harris, University of Birmingham
series: Religion in 5 Minutes, edited by Aaron Hughes and Russell McCutcheon

406 pages, 21 colour figures
available in hardback, paperback and ebook formats

The CSSR is looking for a digital coordinator

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