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The latest issue of

JISASR The Journal of the Irish Society for the Academic Study of Religions   

was published in December 2021. It is available online (free)

Click JISASR – VOLUME 8

 
 
 

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EASR 2022 AT UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK

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It is a great pleasure and an honour for the ISASR to host the 2022 European Association for the Study of Religions conference at University College Cork.

On the theme of Religions and States of Freedom, this conference offers a multi-disciplinary forum for academic discussion on the non-confessional and non-theological study of religions.

We are delighted to welcome you to Cork and the UCC campus in the centenary year of the founding of the Irish Free State, Saorstát Éireann. Over the course of the EASR 2022 conference, we hope you can experience the hospitality, music and culture of our vibrant city and the stunning beauty of our county and coastline.

– Dr Jenny Butler and Dr James Kapaló
Chairs of the Organising Committee on behalf of The Irish Society for the Academic Study of Religions and The Study of Religions Department, University College Cork

For more information, see:


https://www.easr2022.org/


 

 

HIDDEN GALLERIES

European Research Council-funded Project led by ISASR President Dr James Kapaló

Dr James Kapaló, President of the ISASR and Senior Lecturer in the Study of Religions Department, University College Cork, is featured on UCC’s Research Leaders section discussing his European Research Council-funded ‘Hidden Galleries‘ Project that investigates the Secret Police Archives.

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Watch this video about the project:

 


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