Reports, retorts, reviews and argument from
the CRASSH research community

Day 8 (Afternoon I): Religious Diversity and the Secular University

Day 8 (Afternoon I): Religious Diversity and the Secular University

Omer Michaelis

On Day 8 of the CRASSH Summer School, Jeremy Fogel addresses the question of values in the Secular University.

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Posted: Monday 16 July 2018


Summer Newsletter: What’s on at CRASSH, 16 – 29 July 2018

Summer Newsletter: What’s on at CRASSH, 16 – 29 July 2018

CRASSH News

What's on at CRASSH this fortnight?

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Posted: Monday 16 July 2018


Call for Applications: British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships

Call for Applications: British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships

Mette H. Rokkum Jamasb

CRASSH welcomes applications for British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships. ​

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Posted: Sunday 15 July 2018


Open Call: Joint Nordic-UK Research Programme on Migration and Integration

Open Call: Joint Nordic-UK Research Programme on Migration and Integration

Mette H. Rokkum Jamasb

NordForsk is issuing a call for proposals for research projects under the Joint Nordic-UK Migration and Integration Research Programme.

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Posted: Wednesday 11 July 2018


Open Call: Innovation in Social Care Collaborative Grants

Open Call: Innovation in Social Care Collaborative Grants

Mette H. Rokkum Jamasb

The Economic and Social Research Council is pleased to invite outline applications for large collaborative grants on Innovation in Social Care. 

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Posted: Wednesday 11 July 2018


Day 4: Religious Diversity and the Secular University

Day 4: Religious Diversity and the Secular University

David Moshfegh

Joel Hanisek’s introductory essay to his forthcoming dissertation on the trajectory of US Missions in Iran extends the recent wave of scholarship on Western missionary activity in the European imperial era to provide a new, innovative prospect for understanding not only the origins and development of American missions in Qajar Iran but also the potential promise of this experience, when properly historicized, for a more human, peaceful future in Iranian-American and international relations. 

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Posted: Tuesday 10 July 2018


Day 3 (Afternoon II): Religious Diversity and the Secular University

Day 3 (Afternoon II): Religious Diversity and the Secular University

Joel Hanisek

What are the blind spots that we have as scholars, academics, practitioners, religious people, people of faith, belief or non-belief?

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Posted: Friday 6 July 2018


Day 3 (Afternoon I): Religious Diversity and the Secular University

Day 3 (Afternoon I): Religious Diversity and the Secular University

Charles Kuper

Why and when did ancient historians stop writing about Jewish antiquity?

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Posted: Friday 6 July 2018


Day 2 (Afternoon II): Religious Diversity and the Secular University

Day 2 (Afternoon II): Religious Diversity and the Secular University

Paul Michael Kurtz

‘Is the Qur’an a Jewish book?’ So began Susannah Heschel’s paper and thus a fascinating session on what drew German-Jewish scholars in the 19th century to the study of Islam.

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Posted: Friday 6 July 2018


Day 2 (Afternoon I): Religious Diversity and the Secular University

Day 2 (Afternoon I): Religious Diversity and the Secular University

Tania Saeed

In this session of the CRASSH Summer School, David Moshfegh explores the rise of Islamwissenschaft as a ‘science of religion’ in the reformist Jewish scholarship of Ignaz Goldziher.

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Posted: Friday 6 July 2018

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