Monthly Archives: September 2015

Event Report: Women negotiating secularism & multiculturalism through civil society organisations

In this post Alision Halford gives details of the workshop, ‘Women negotiating secularism & multiculturalism through civil society organisations’, held at the University of Coventry this year. The conference drew an international audience, covering topics as diverse as FGM and Hindu … Continue reading

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Japan’s First Psychotherapies: Between ‘Religion’ and ‘Therapy’

In this post, Christopher Harding discusses the historical negotiation between Buddhism and Psychotherapeutic frameworks, in Japan. The gives a fascinating insight into a moment in which secular and ‘religious’ frameworks come up against one another. This includes negotiating concepts such as the … Continue reading

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