Annual Conference on Religion, Citizenship, and Education

The annual conference on religion, citizenship, and education will bring together researchers and scholars with an united purpose to produce state-of-the-field publications on policy-relevant issues. The core aim of the conference is to explore issues related to religion in public life. In particular we will focus on how citizens and government officials should address the question of the place of public ethical and religious dialogue and education, both formal and informal, state and private, in deeply plural societies. The conference will take place each spring during the next three years, and the topics will vary each year. The conference will be held here, at the Institute on Culture, Religion, and World Affairs.

Spring 2012: Civil Inculturation: Comparative Perspectives on Citizenship in an Age of Diversity

Spring 2011: A Conference on Modern Pluralism and Ethico-Religious Education