Results for tag:politics
Did the Netherlands halt populism? Political pluralism, religious diversity and the spirit of accommodation in 21st century Dutch politics
|Date:||24 March 2017|
Inviting our future: liberal de-culturalization and the Paris attacks – Part two
|Date:||16 February 2016|
Is there a secular humanitarian faith?
|Date:||24 September 2014|
Secularism, Security and the Limits of the State: The Displacement Crisis and the Role of Religion Part Two
|Date:||03 September 2014|
Secularism, Security and the Limits of the State: The Displacement Crisis and the Role of Religion Part One
|Date:||01 September 2014|
A Matter of Conscience? Abortion Access and Conscientious Objection in the European Union
|Date:||20 May 2014|
Religion and the Ukraine Crisis: Four Key Questions
|Date:||06 March 2014|
Sinterklaas, Zwarte Piet and the Ethics of Public Debate
|Date:||15 November 2013|
Sinterklaas and his somewhat controversial helper Zwarte Piet arrive in the Netherlands tomorrow, marking the start of the festive season. In today’s post, Erik Meinema and Erin Wilson offer thoughts from both Dutch and non-Dutch perspectives on various...
Globalization, Religion and Humanity Beyond the Nation-State
|Date:||05 November 2013|
Recent tragic drownings on migration routes to both Europe and Australia highlight more than ever the paradoxes of globalization – more open borders when it comes to trade and finance, tighter restrictions when it comes to people; immense wealth, privilege...
Dr James Noyes and the Politics of Iconoclasm
|Date:||16 October 2013|
On the 17th of November, Dr James Noyes visited the Centre for Religion, Conflict and the Public Domain at the University of Groningen to give a lecture on his new book ‘Politics of Iconoclasm’, in which he examines the destruction of images of the sacred...