Rethinking Religion in India II: Rethinking Secularism

The second conference, which took place from 10 till 13 January in New Delhi, proceeded from the questions raised in the first: If the theoretical framework of religious studies is inadequate in the Indian context, then how should we understand certain conflicts and problems in India that are generally linked to ‘religion’? The different sessions

organisation(s):

Academy of Social Sciences and Humanities (ĀSHA), India Platform UGent, Centre for The Study of Local Cultures (CSLC), Research Centre Vergelijkende Cultuurwetenschap

location

Asia

type (discipline):

Conference / Congres / Symposium | Collaborations of UGent Faculty | Building the Academy of Social Sciences and Humanities (ĀSHA) (Political Sciences | Humanities)

Contacts:

Ms. Marianne Keppens
marianne.keppens@ugent.be
phone: +91 9535783652

 

Ms. Esther Bloch
esther.bloch@gmail.com

Sat, January 10th 2009

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Venue

IDSA - Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis
1, Development Enclave, (near USI), Rao Tularam Marg, Delhi Cantonment
110 010 New Delhi

Sun, January 11th 2009

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Mon, January 12th 2009

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Tue, January 13th 2009

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