Monthly Archives: April 2015

“Non-event” report: Why the Sunday Assembly event did not launch in Japan

In this post, Yutaka Osakabe and Isaac Gagné explore what we can learn from the absence of the Sunday Assembly [SA] in Japan, despite some interest in setting it up. What can a lack of interest in a Japanese SA tell us about … Continue reading

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‘She has forgotten her sex’: On the history of women and non-religion

Suvi Karila discusses the historical roots of the problematic intersection of womanhood and non-religion in the context of the 19th century United States. Karila suggests that the actual experiences of unbeliever women not only in the present, but also in … Continue reading

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