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Political Science and Political Thought

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A workshop organised by the Andrew W. Mellon funded project ‘Religious Diversity and the Secular University’ at CRASSH .

This international workshop is devoted to the way different academic traditions of political science and political thought have dealt with questions of religion, religious diversity, both historically and in our own day. The workshop will be framed around six pre-circulated papers, each of which will be discussed for 1.5 hours, each discussion beginning with a prepared response.

Participants include: Peter Gordon (Harvard), Miriam Leonard (UCL) Duncan Kelly (Cambridge) Cécile Laborde (Oxford), Hugo Drochon (Nottingham), Alison Scott-Bauman (SOAS), Sophie Smith (Oxford), Hazem Kandil (Cambridge), Aaron Tugendhaft (Bard College Berlin), Annabel Brett (Cambridge), Alexis Artaud de la Ferrière (SOAS) and Emma Mackinnon (Cambridge)

Attendance is free, but space is limited and registration is required, and participants are asked to commit to attending both days, from 11.00 on Thursday 30 May 30 to 15.30 on Friday 31 May.

To register, please write to Judith Weik (

For further questions, please write to Theodor Dunkelgrün (

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