Monthly Archives: November 2015

Victorian secularism in 5 objects

In this post, Katherine Sissons takes us on a whistle stop tour of Victorian secularism through five objects. The objects are of valuable historical interest, but also to those interested in the material cultures of nonreligious and secular groups.  The London Underground; street lighting; the … Continue reading

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Event Report: Rethinking Boundaries in the Study of Religion and Politics

Nathan Alexander attended the recent postgraduate conference,  Rethinking Boundaries in the Study of Religion and Politics held at the University of Aberdeen. Here he outlines his experiences and gives some commentary on the papers pertinent to the research network.  The ‘Rethinking Boundaries … Continue reading

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