On the 28th February 2019, Dr Josh Bullock will present his paper on ‘The Diversity of NonReligion in Europe’ for the Centre of Religion and Public Life.
Already, much of Europe is marching towards a post-Christian society with young adults especially neither identifying with, nor practising religion. Nevertheless, Europe’s nations exhibit a great deal of diversity and variability in their (non)religious sociocultural climates and the decline of Christianity in much of Europe has given rise to novel and innovative new ways to belong.
In this seminar, Josh Bullock draws upon his PhD research on the Sunday Assembly and his Templeton Funded Understanding Unbelief project ‘Reaching for a New Sense of Connection’ which contributes to mapping the diversity of unbelief by using survey, social media and interview data across six countries (UK, Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Norway, and Romania).
This event will take place in Botany House (Room 1.03) between 11.30am-1pm on the 31st January at the University of Leeds. Please contact CRPL Intern – Hollie Gowan – at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
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