Religion & Identity in European and Beyond: Between Hybridity and Ethnicity
This international conference will take place this June at Bar-Ilan University in Ramat Gan, Israel. Duke Center for Jewish Studies affiliated faculty, Malachi Hacohen (History) and Shai Ginsburg (Asian and Middle Eastern Studies) join an exciting group of scholars to speak on the construction of Jewish Identity. Session topics include "The European Other: Religion Stereotypes in European Cultures," "Religion and Identity in Israel," "Religion and the Formation of Collective Identity," among many others.
The full program may be viewed here.
Duke Center for Jewish Studies is proud to help sponsor this exciting conference in cooperation with the Department of General History and Chair of Jewish Thought, Bar-Ilan University (Israel), The Institut Religions Cultures Modernite at the University of Lausanne (Switzerland), and the Center for European Studies at Duke University. Additional support has been provided by the North Carolina State University History Department and Wake Forest University.
More information regarding this conference may be found at the following: http://sites.duke.edu/religionidentity/