Grassrootsmobilise presentations on ‘(Dis)locating Religion’ at the ESA Midterm Conference ‘(Dis)locating Europe: Conflicts, challenges and changes’

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28-29 October 2016

Brussels, Belgium

Grassrootsmobilise researchers Alberta Giorgi and Margarita Markoviti participated in the European Sociological Association’s (ESA) conference ‘(Dis)locating Europe: Conflicts, challenges and changes’, in the panel they organised on ‘(Dis)locating Religion’. The conference took place on the 28th and 29th October at the Institute for European Studies of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, with much success.

Alberta Giorgi presented on ‘Scalar secularism: Italy and Portugal in comparison’, while Margarita Markoviti discussed ‘The limits of religious diversity in the public sphere: Regulating places of worship in Athens’.

The conference programme is available here.