What have I been up to since January? The Religious Studies Project at a Glance

The Religious Studies Project – my other life –  has been on the go since January and, as such, we have accumulated quite a vast range of material already. I wanted to give you, an easy way to access everything that we have done in the one place, so that you can find material quickly, and easily share this information with friends and colleagues… and so that you can maybe understand why this blog has somewhat gone down the tubes in recent months.

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Compilation Podcasts:

What is the Future of Religious Studies?

James Cox, Carole Cusack, Armin Geertz, Bettina Schmidt, Donald Wiebe, Graham Harvey, Markus Davidsen, and George Chryssides

Should Scholars of Religion be Critics or Caretakers?

Grace Davie, Steven Sutcliffe, Eileen Barker, Linda Woodhead, Timothy Fitzgerald, Lois Lee, Jolyon Mitchell, Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi, and Russell McCutcheon


Roundtable Discussions:

What is the Future of Religious Studies?

Christopher Cotter, Ethan Quillen, David Robertson, Liam Sutherland and Jonathan Tuckett, Kevin Whitesides

Can We Trust the Social Sciences?

Katie Aston, Christopher R. Cotter, Matthew Francis, Ethan Gjerset Quillen, David Robertson, Kevin Whitesides

Should Religious Studies be Multidisciplinary?

Krittika Bhattacharjee, Maegan C. M. Gilliland, Ethan Gjerset Quillen, Liam Sutherland, Jonathan Tuckett, Elizabeth Ursic, Kevin Whitesides

Critics or Caretakers?

Katie Aston, Anna Clot i Garrell, Christopher Cotter, Ting Guo, Ethan Quillen, David Robertson and Jonathan Tuckett




About Chris

Scholar of religion/nonreligion... PhD Student (Lancaster University), blogger, singer, actor, thinker... Northern Irish living in Scotland. Co-founder of The Religious Studies Project. Director at the NSRN. Baritone masquerading as a tenor. Vegetarian for no particular reason.

2 responses to “What have I been up to since January? The Religious Studies Project at a Glance”

  1. E A M Harris says :

    You have certainly done a great deal of work. I have looked at your pieces on Dark Green Religion and Vicarious Religion and they’re very interesting. I’d not heard of either before. I look forward to reading other articles in the future. Thank you for posting your work.

    • Chris says :

      No worries at all – thanks for taking a look! And, of course, thanks to all of my colleagues and all of the contributors for helping put this together!

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