Tag Archives: McGill University

Who’s the ‘We’ in ‘Our Whole Society’?

Justin K.H. Tse The conference, Our Whole Society: Bridging the Religious-Secular Divide, took place on March 22-24 at the University of British Columbia’s campus at Robson Square in the downtown of Vancouver, British Columbia. The conference organizers pulled together a … Continue reading

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Life After Religious Studies: An Interview with Nicholas Dion

Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series of interviews with former scholars of religion who have, for one or another reason, decided to leave the world of academia. In this series we hope to open up a conversation … Continue reading

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Does Religion Need Rescuing? Behold the Knights in Shining Armor!

By Philip L. Tite I recently received the Fall/Winter issue of McGill News, the alumni magazine for McGill University. Although I normally don’t find much in the McGill News of interest (usually I find articles on business or technological advances, … Continue reading

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