Canada’s history is not immune to the religiously sanctioned cultural genocide of Indigenous peoples that took place in many colonized countries. How will we, collectively, forge our religiously pluralistic society in the future? Congress’ theme of “The Next 150” offers a platform to explore the integration and accommodation of our more recent religiously diverse immigrant and refugee communities with Canada’s Indigenous and Judaeo-Christian, European immigrant communities. The Canadian Society for the Study of Religion (CSSR) will gather to hear new research and hold discussions on many diverse themes within Religious Studies. Panels usually include current issues such as: religious communities within Canada; debates about secularization and “spirituality;” religion in the public sphere; religion, sexuality and gender; religion and popular culture; religion among immigrant and refugee groups; as well as historical and sociological studies of various religious traditions both within Canada and around the globe. The Canadian Society for the Study of Religion (CSSR) is holding its annual meeting Saturday May 27th through to Tuesday May 30th, at the Ryerson University in Toronto.
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19:00 - 20:30- The Peter Craigie memorial lecture 2017: What was the goal of Paul's religious program?
David Feltmate, Auburn University at Montgomery; Marybeth White, Wilfrid Laurier University
Danielle Baillargeon, University of Toronto; Roxanne Korpan, University of Toronto