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07/08/2013

"When religion comes to an end" (Conference to be held in Brussels)

download.jpgAs a social phenomenon, religion does have a start, as it does have an end too.

A very stimulating conference will focus on "When religion comes to an end... Political and Social factors in the demise of religions". Organized by the BABEL association, it will be held in Brussels (9-11 september, 2013).

Among the speakers, Paul Airiau will analyze the collapse of priest-recruitment in contemporary catholic France.

To download the program, just click here (PDF)

01/14/2012

Updated CV (2012)

CV.jpgNeed of an updated CV ?

There it is ! Before the 2012's end of the world :-)

Download Sebastien Fath's updated CV: S.Fath's short CV (2012)

06/30/2011

Regulating religion in the PARISIAN area

Regulating religion in Paris.jpgOn the 14th of June, 2011, I've had the priviledge to be part of an international conference jointly organized by my French research team (the GSRL) and Washington University (St Louis, USA).

My topic was: Regulating religion in the Parisian area. You want to know more? Here is my PDF draft paper (sorry, you won't see the Powerpoint presentation, but there was one also).

S.Fath, Regulating religious diversity in the Parrisian area.pdf

It is a preliminary document which will need to be revised, improved and extended.

09/03/2010

ASR Meeting in Atlanta: my draft paper

P1070950.jpgI recently attended the annual ASR 2010 meeting in Atlanta (Georgia), a great US hub for social scientists working on religion.

 

Along with a few European scholars who were also present, I had the privilege to speak on my current research.

 

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07/10/2009

Isle of Lewis, the last Calvinistic stronghold in Europe?

images.jpegLast month, I had the priviledge to be invited by David W. Bebbington to a conference organized by the Evangelicalism and Fundamentalism in Britain Project.

My topic was an exotic one: I spoke on Isle of Lewis (SCOTLAND), the last Calvinistic stronghold in Europe!

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11/07/2008

Billy Graham's legacy in Europe

images.jpegOn the occasion of today's Billy Graham's 90th Birthday...

"Billy Graham is without a doubt the most global American evangelist of the twentieth century. Supported by the BGEA, an evangelism multinational, he travelled the five continents for over half a century.

It is no surprise that Continental Europe has been one of the main targets of his outreach. Isn’t Europe the world’s most secular continent?

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