EVENTS

08/09/2016
The Fourth ICLARS Conference — Freedom of/for/from/in Religion: Differing Dimensions of a Common Right?

THE FOURTH ICLARS CONFERENCE
Freedom of/for/from/in Religion: Differing Dimensions of a Common Right?
SEPTEMBER 8–11, 2016
ST. HUGH’S COLLEGE, OXFORD, U.K.

Freedom of religion or belief (FoRB), once considered to be the “first” freedom, has become a controversial right. In particular, the practical possibility of implementing FoRB in impartial ways are increasingly questioned. Critics argue that FoRB cannot deliver what it promises: an equal share of freedom for people of different or no religion. Further, it is claimed that the right of FoRB, as it is regulated in international and constitutional law, is intrinsically biased because it reflects its Western and Christian origins.

Part of the problem is due to the fact that FoRB is a complex notion, including different dimensions that require careful consideration. Freedom of religion or belief, as a right recognized for every human being, is the first dimension, but not the only one. Freedom from religion, that is the right to live one’s life without being compelled to perform religious acts, is another and freedom for religion, which concerns the institutional side of this right (what was once called “libertas ecclesiae”) is a third dimension that demands consideration. Finally, freedom in religion concerns the rights that the faithful (and sometimes not so faithful) are entitled to enjoy within their religious communities.

These four dimensions of FoRB were the focus of the fourth conference of the International Consortium for Law and Religion Studies. A plenary session was devoted to each of them and a number of parallel sessions explored the implication of these four dimensions (see the attached provisional program). A session devoted to young scholars helped launch the conference, and two final sessions addressed by representatives of law and religion centers, associations, journals, and book series completed the program.

    

Fourth Conference of the 
International Consortium for Law and Religion Studies
Oxford, United Kingdom 
September 8-11, 2016

 

 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2016

10.00 - 17.00   Arrival and Registration
St. Hugh's College, Maplethorpe Building

12.30 - 13.30  Lunch for Participants and Registered Guests

13.30 – 15.00 YOUNG SCHOLARS PRESENTATIONS

Young Scholars Session 1
Chair:
Lena Larsen, Executive Director, Oslo Coalition on Freedom of Religion or Belief
Speakers:
Kurtis Anderson, JD Candidate, Emory University
  "The Politics of Sovereignty: the Early Modern Origins of Freedom of Religion”
Miguel Sánchez-Lasheras, Professor of Law, Catholic Pontifical University of Valparaiso, Chile
  “Indifference, Rejection or Cooperation? Agreements as a Current Way to Develop Freedom of/for Religion in Multi-Faith Societies”
Peter Wosnik, JD/MTS Candidate, Emory University
  "Freedom of Religion, the Higher Law, and the Expulsion of Mormons from Missouri (1831-1839)”

Young Scholars Session 2
Chair:
Jessica Giles, Law Lecturer, The Open University Law School; Associate Editor, Oxford Journal of Law and Religion; Director, PILARS
Speakers:
Cecilia Palomo Caudillo, Mexico Jessup National Administrator, International Law Students Association
  "Conscientious Objection in Cases of Same Sex Marriage: The New Challenge for Mexico and Latin America"
Michele Saporiti, Research Fellow in Legal Philosophy, University of Milan-Bicocca
  "Freedom of Religion and Same-Sex Marriage: Is There Any Place for Conscientious Objection?"
Anton Sorkin, Research Assistant, Center for the Study of Law and Religion, Emory University
  "Non-Distinction as Legal Fiction: Protecting the LGBT Community without Sacrificing the First Amendment"

15.00 - 15.29  Refreshments

15.30 - 17.30  YOUNG SCHOLARS PRESENTATIONS 

Young Scholars Session 3
Chair:
Elena Miroshnikova, Professor in the Deparment of Theology, Tula Leo Tolstoy State Pedagogical University, Russia
Speakers:
Ashley Barnett, JD / LLM Candidate, Emory University School of Law
  "Examining the Freedom from Religion in Countries with Religious Culture"
Harriet Hoffler, Research Fellow, Department of Theology and Religion, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
  "Securing the Unsecurable:  Article 18, Pakistan, and a Bottom-Up Approach to International Human Rights"
Elena Markova, Lecturer, Law Faculty of Lomonosov Moscow State University
  "Blasphemy Law Debate in Russia: Protection of Believers' Religious Sensibilities, or New Signs of Religious Censorship?"
Patrik Rako, LLM Emory University, LLM City University of Hong Kong; JD and PhD (Criminal Law) Slovakia
  "Freedom of Religion: The Central European Approach in the Light of Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights

Young Scholars Session 4

Chair:
Julian Rivers, Professor of Jurisprudence, University of Bristol; Co-Editor-in-Chief, Oxford Journal of Law and Religion
Speakers:
Helge Årsheim, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Faculty of Theology, University of Oslo
  "Practicing Essentialism? Assessing Claims of Religious Conversion"
Georgia A. du Plessis, PhD Candidate, University of the Free State, South Africa and University of Antwerp, Belgium
  "Feedom of Religion: Is Reasonable Accommodation Sufficient Protection?"
Helena van Coller, Professor, Faculty of Law, Rhodes University, South Africa
  "Religious Ministers – Working for God or Working for the Church?"

18.00  -  WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION

W. Cole Durham, Jr.,  President, International Consortium of Law and Religion Studies (ICLARS); Susa Young Gates Professor of Law and Founding Director, International Center for Law and Religion Studies (ICLRS), J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University
               
18.20  -  KEYNOTE ADDRESS: "What is Religious Freedom?"
David Novak, J. Richard and Dorothy Shiff Chair in Jewish Studies, Professor of Religion and Philosophy, University of Toronto

19.00 - 20.45  Dinner

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2016


8.30 – 10.30  PLENARY SESSION I – Freedom of Religion:  Fundamental Right or Impossibility?

Chair:
Javier Martínez-Torrón, Professor of Law and Director, Department of Law and Religion, Complutense University of Madrid
Speakers:
Arif A. Jamal, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore
Cécile Laborde
, Professor of Political Theory, School of Public Policy, University College London
David Little, Emeritus Professor, Harvard Divinity School; Research Fellow, Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs, Georgetown University
Prakash Shah, Reader in Culture and Law; Director, GLOCUL: Centre for Culture and Law, Department of Law, Queen Mary, University of London
  "Does the Emergence of Freedom of Religion in a Christian Theological Context Make Impossible Its Use as a Human Rights Idea?"


10.30 – 11.00 Refreshments


11.00 – 12.45  PARALLEL SESSIONS

Session 1 – Freedom of Religion and International Law
Chair:
Andrew P. W. Bennett, Senior Fellow, Cardus; Formerly Canada's Ambassador for Religious Freedom
Speakers:
Peter G. Danchin, Professor of Law and Co-Director, International and Comparative Law Program, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
Fabio Petito, Senior Lecturer in International Relations, University of Sussex
Timothy Shah, Associate Director and Senior Fellow, Religious Freedom Project, Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs, Georgetown University

Session 2 – Freedom(s) of Religion and the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights
Chair: 
Susanna Mancini, Professor of Law, University of Bologna Law School, Italy
Speakers:
Pasquale Annicchino, Fellow, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute
  "Italy as a Special Case? Direct and Indirect Influence of Strasbourg Judgments on Italian Controversies on Law and Religion"
Margarita Markoviti, Researcher, Grassrootsmobilise, Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy, Greece
  "Same-sex Civil Unions and Religion in the Shadow of Vallianatos: From Greek National Courts to the European Court of Human Rights (and back)"
Ceren Özgül  Researcher, Grassrootsmobilise, Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy, Greece; Postdoctoral Fellow, Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies, New York University
  "Between the Turkish Constitutional Court and the ECtHR's Impact: The Cases of Freedom of Religion"
Mihai Popa, Researcher, Grassrootsmobilise, Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy, Greece; Doctoral Candidate, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology and Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
 "The Spirit of Freedom Meets the Specter of Prison: Legal Struggles of Defrocked Romanian Orthodox Priests in the ‘Shadow’ of the ECtHR"

Session 3 – Freedom of Religion and Equality

Chair:

Sophie van Bijsterveld, Senator, Dutch Upper House of Parliament; Professor of Religion, Law and Society, Radboud University, Netherlands
Speakers:
Perry Dane, Professor of Law, Rutgers Law School
Oscar Díaz Muñoz, Adviser to the Constitutional Tribunal of Peru
Frederick M. Gedicks, Guy Anderson Chair and Professor of Law, J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University

Session 4 – Freedom of Religion, Theoretical Approaches
Chair: 
Marco Ventura, Professor of Law and Religion, University of Siena; Director, Center for Religious Studies, Fondazione Bruno Kessler
Speakers:
Eileen Barker, Professor Emeritus of Sociology of Religion, London School of Economics, United Kingdom
Paul B. Cliteur, Professor of Jurisprudence, Leiden University,
represented by
Tom Herrenberg, Visiting Researcher, University of Oxford
  "Re-interpreting Freedom of Religion: Still a Significant Contribution to Human Well-Being"
Faizan Mustafa, Vice Chancellor, NALSAR University of Law, India


12.45 – 13.30  Lunch


13.30 – 15.30 PLENARY SESSION II – Freedom within Religion
Chair:
Mark Hill QC, Extraordinary Professor, University of Pretoria, South Africa; Visiting Professor, Cardiff University and Dickson Poon School of Law at King’s College, London
Speakers:
Lisbet Christoffersen,Professor of Law, Religion and Society, Roskilde University; Adjunct Professor of Ecclesiastical Law, University of Copenhagen
  “'By Law Established' as Framework for Ensuring Freedom within Religion”
Joseph David, Professor of Law and Religion, Sapir Academic College, Israel
Is-haq Olarewaju Oloyede, Registrar of The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB); Secretary-General of the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs; Professor and Former Vice Chancellor, University of Ilorin, Nigeria 
represented by
Afis Ayinde Oladosu, Professor, Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Marco Ventura, Professor of Law and Religion, University of Siena; Director, Center for Religious Studies, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Italy
  "Freedom of Religion within Religions"


15.30 – 16.00  Refreshments


16.00 – 17.45  PARALLEL SESSIONS

Session 1 – Women and Religion
Chair:
Merilin Kiviorg, Senior Research Fellow in Public International Law and Human Rights, University of Tartu Faculty of Law
Speakers:
Marie-Claire Foblets, Director, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle; Professor of Anthropology and Law, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven; Honorary Professor of Law and Anthropology, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany
Amal Idrissi, Professor in Public Law and Political Sciences, University Moulay Ismael, Morocco
  “Religious Freedom and Women”
Gopika Solanki, Associate Professor of Political Science, Carleton University, Canada
  "Cultural Rights and Gender Justice: A Comparison of Three Models of Legal Pluralism”

Session 2 – Comparing Freedom of Religion in Different Religious Traditions 
Chair:
Silvio Ferrari, Professor of Canon Law, University of Milan; Honorary President, International Consortium for Law and Religion Studies
Speakers:
Norman Doe, Professor and Director, Centre for Law and Religion, The Law School, Cardiff University
Werner Menski, Professor, School of Law, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
David Novak, J. Richard and Dorothy Shiff Chair in Jewish Studies; Professor of Religion and Philosophy, University of Toronto, Canada


Session 3 – Freedom of Religion and Religious Persuasion
Chair:
Tore Lindholm, Professor Emeritus, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, University of Oslo
Speakers:
Montserrat Gas-Aixendri, Associate Professor of Law, International University of Catalonia, Barcelona
  "Managing Religious Diversity in Europe:  Legal Implications of Religious Affiliation and Change of Religion"
Mark Goldfeder, Senior Lecturer and the Spruill Family Senior Fellow, Center for the Study of Law and Religion, Emory University School of Law
Li-ann Thio, Provost Chair Professor of Law, National University of Singapore
  "Freedom of Religion, Conscience, and Persuasion: International Laws and Perspectives from Asia”


Session 4 – Freedom of Religion and Indigenous Populations 
Chair:
Ana María Celis Brunet, Associate Professor and Director of the Center for Law and Religion, Faculty of Law, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile; Vice President, International Consortium for Law and Religion Studies
Speakers:
Rodrigo Vitorino Souza Alves, Professor, Faculty of Law, Federal University of Uberlândia; Director, Brazilian Center of Studies in Law and Religion
  “Law and Religion in the Encounter of Cultures: The Normative Conflicts between Freedom of Religion and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples”
Anastasía Assimakópulos Figueroa, Professor, School of Law, University of Los Andes, Chile
  "The Recognition of the Religiosity of the Mapuche, an Original Ethnic Group in Chile"
Nokuzola Mndende, Director, Icamagu Institute;  Research Associate, Department of Theology, University of the Free State, South Africa
  "Freedom of Religion and Equality"


18.00 - 19.45  Dinner

20.00 - 21.30  BRIEF COMMUNICATIONS

Session 1
Chair:
Juan G. Navarro Floria, Professor of Law, Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina; Member ICLARS Steering Committee
Speakers:
Mohamed Saeed Eltayeb, Human Rights Consultant, Human Rights Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Qatar
  "The Quest for Protecting the Right to Dissent within a Religious Community: A Case from Islamic Tradition"
Ahmed Salisu Garba, Faculty of Law, Bauchi State University, Nigeria
  "Islamic Preaching Board Laws of Kano, Borno and Niger States in Northern Nigeria: A Constitutional and Human Rights Assessment"
José Gabriel González Merlano, Professor in History and Philosophy of Law, Catholic University of Uruguay
  "Current Relationships between Church and State from an Historical Perspective"
Aldir Guedes Soriano, Laywer, Independent Researcher on Human Rights, São Paulo
  "Limitation of Freedom of Religion and the Rule of Law"
Clemens Steinhilber, PhD Candidate, Heidelberg University, Germany
  "Preventing Religious Fundamentalism through Higher Education of Faith Leaders"

Session 2
Chair:
Záboj Horák
, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, Charles University, Prague
Speakers:
Sarah Hayes, Doctoral Researcher, Oxford Brookes University; Community Development Consultant, United Kingdom
  "Free to Manifest Religion in the Religious Precinct, or Only to Worship?"
Sister Renée Mirkes, Ethics Director, Center for NaProEthics, the Ethics Division of the Pope Paul VI Institute, United States
  "Antidiscrimination Law and Private International Law as Instruments to Strengthen Freedom of Religion: A Controversial Result"
Davide Strazzari, Lecturer in Comparative Constitutional Law, Sociology and Social Science Department, Trento University, Italy
 "Antidiscrimination Law and Private International Law as Instruments to Strengthen Freedom of Religion: A Controversial Result"
Piotr Szymaniec, Vice-Director, Institute of Socio-Legal Studies, The Angelus Silesius University of Applied Science, Wałbrzych, Poland
  "Understanding Religious Freedom in the Recent Case Law of the Polish Constitutional Tribunal"


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2016

9.00 – 10.30 PLENARY SESSION III – Freedom from Religion. What is it?

Chair:
Brett G. Scharffs, Francis R. Kirkham Professor of Law and Director, International Center for Law and Religion Studies, J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University
Speakers:
Zachary Calo, Research Scholar, Valparaiso University; Professor of Law, Hamad Bin Khalifa University Law School, Qatar
  "Law, Religion, and Secular Meaning"
Fábio Carvalho Leite, Legal Advisor to the Rector and Professor of Law, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
David Pollock, Board of Trustees, British Humanist Association, United Kingdom
Frances Raday, Special Rapporteur, UNHRC, WGDAW; President, Concord Center for International Law in Israel; Law Professor, Hebrew  University; Honorary Professor UCL; Doctor Honoris Copenhagen


10.30 – 11.00 Refreshments


11.00 – 12.45  PARALLEL SESSIONS

Session 1 – Freedom of Religion and Non-discrimination
Chair:
Alan Brownstein, Professor of Law Emeritus, University of California Davis School of Law
Speakers:
Sophie van Bijsterveld, Senator, Dutch Upper House of Parliament; Professor of Religion, Law and Society, Radboud University, Netherlands
Eva Brems, Professor of Human Rights Law, Human Rights Centre, Ghent University, Belgium
Nazila Ghanea, Lecturer in International Human Rights Law, University of Oxford; Fellow, Kellogg College
Andrew Koppelman, John Paul Stevens Professor of Law and Political Science, Northwestern University School of Law"
  "Is it Fair to Give Religion Special Treatment?"

Session 2 – Does Security Require Freedom from Religion? 
Chair: David Little,Emeritus Professor, Harvard Divinity School; Research Fellow, Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs, Georgetown University
Speakers:
T. Jeremy Gunn, Professor of International Studies, Al Akhawayn University, Morocco
  "Religion and Security Issues"
Abadir M. Ibrahim, International Law Consultant and Human Rights Lawyer, Ethiopia
  "The Effects of Anti-Terrorism Laws on the Freedom of Religious in Eastern Africa"
Vincenzo Pacillo, Associate Professor, Law Department, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
  "The Content of the Right of Refugees"

Session 3 – The Challenge of Migration to Freedom of Religion
Chair:
Elizabeta Kitanović, Executive Secretary for Human Right, Church and Society Commission, Council of European Churches
Speakers:
Alessandro Ferrari, Associate Professor of Law, Department of Law, University of Insubria
John Madeley, Professor, London School of Economics and Political Science
Pierre Noël, Dean of the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Sherbrooke, Canada
“Migration as an Experience of Fundamental Rights”


Session 4 – Freedom of Religion and Secularism 
Chair:
Santiago Cañamares Arribas, Professor of Law and Academic Secretary, Law & Religion Department, Complutense University of Madrid
Speakers:
Armin Langer, Co-founder and Coordinator, Salaam-Shalom Initiative, Berlin
   "The Myth of European Secularism"
David H. Moore, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Research and Wayne M. and Connie C. Hancock Professor of Law, J, Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University
  "Religion, Secularism, and Development"
Gerhard van der Schyff, Associate Professor, Department of Public Law, Jurisprudence and Legal History, Tilburg Law School, The Netherland
   "Does a Right to Freedom from Religion Exist?  A Comparative and ECHR Perspective"


12.45 – 13.30  Lunch


14.00 – 16:00  PLENARY SESSION IV – Freedom for Religion 
Chair: 
Alessandro Ferrari, Department of Law, University of Insubria
Speakers: 
José Luis Cea, Former President of the Constitutional Court in Chile; Professor of Constitutional Law, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile
Richard W. Garnett, Paul J. Schierl/Fort Howard Corporation Professor of Law and Director, Program on Church, State, and Society, Notre Dame Law School, United States
Susanna Mancini, Professor of Law, University of Bologna Law School
Brett G. Scharffs, Francis R. Kirkham Professor of Law; Director, International Center for Law and Religion Studies, J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University


16:00 – 16.30   Refreshments


16.30 - 17.45  PARALLEL SESSIONS

Session 1 – Should We Accept the Ministerial Exception?
Chair:
Barry W. Bussey, Director of Legal Affairs for the Canadian Council of Christian Charities
Speakers:
Thomas F. Farr, Director, Religious Freedom Project, Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs, Georgetown University
  "Religious Freedom, the Ministerial Exception, and International Law"
represented by
Timothy Shah, Associate Director and Senior Fellow, Religious Freedom Project, Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs, Georgetown University
Javier Martínez-Torrón, Professor of Law and Director, Department of Law and Religion, Complutense University of Madrid
  "A Precarious Balance: Religious Autonomy versus Private and Family Life in the Strasbourg Case Law"
Pamela Slotte, Professor in Minority Studies, Åbo Akademi University; Researcher, Academy of Finland
  "The Ministerial Exception of What?"
Johan van der Vyver, I.T. Cohen Professor of Law and Human Rights, Emory University; Extraordinary Professor, Department of Private Law, University of Pretoria
  "Controversy Relating to the Ministerial Exception"

Session 2 – Freedom of Religion and Sacred Places

Chair:
Peter Petkoff, Director of Religion, Law and International Relations Programme, Regents Park College, Oxford and Brunel Law School
Speakers:
Kristin Hausler, Dorset Senior Research Fellow in Public International Law, British Institute of International and Comparative Law
Elizabeta Kitanović, Executive Secretary for Human Rights, Church and Society Commission, Council of European Churches
Yannis Ktistakis, Professor of Public International Law, Demokritus University of Thrace, and Faculty of Political Science and International Relations, Boğaziçi University, Greece
Hatice Kübra Şamiloğlu, Fatih Sultan Mehmet Vakif University Alliance of Civilizations Institute, Turkey 
Deborah Thebault, PhD Student in Public Law, University of Paris Descartes; DPhil Student in Public Law, University of Oxford


Session 3 – Freedom for Religion and Corporation
Chair:
Neville Rochow SC, Barrister; Professor, University of Notre Dame Law School, Sydney, Australia
Speakers:
Thomas C. Berg, James L. Oberstar Professor of Law and Public Policy, University of St. Thomas School of Law
Louis Léon Christians, Professor and Head of the Chair for Law and Religion, Catholic University of Louvain
  "New Perspectives (Good and Bad) Opened by the Hobby Lobby Decisions and their Impact in Europe"
Amy J. Sepinwall, Assistant Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
  "Religious Freedoms and Corporations"

Session 4 – Freedom of Religion and Specialized Settings
Chair:
Helena van Coller, Professor, Faculty of Law, Rhodes University, South Africa
Speakers:
Renata Arianingtyas, Development Professional, The Asia Foundation; Scholar, Paramadina Graduate School, Jakarta
  "Freedom of Religion, Equality and Inclusive Society in Indonesia: The Case of Building Places of Worship"
Diana Ginn, Professor, Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University, Canada
  "Tensions between Freedom of Religion and Equality Rights: The  Cadian Example"
Maria Luisa Lo Giacco, Associate Professor, Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro
  "Religious Freedom and Places of Worship. Religious Buildings in Europe and the United States"
Jeroen Temperman, Associate Professor of Public International Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam
  "Freedom of/for/within/from Religion in Prison: A Critical Analysis of the Strasbourg Jurisprudence"


18.00  CONCLUDING PLENARY SESSION

Introduction:
W. Cole Durham, Jr., President, international Consortium of Law and Religion Studies; Susa Young Gates Professor of Law and Founding Director, International Center for Law and Religion Studies, Brigham Young University

Concluding Remarks:
Silvio Ferrari, Honorary President International Consortium of Law and Relgion Studies; Professor of Canon Law, University of Milan

18.30   BOOK AND SERIES LAUNCH AND REFRESHMENTS

Routledge ICLARS Series on Law and Religion
Remarks:
Silvio Ferrari, Series Editor
Russell Sandberg, Series Managing Editor
Alison Kirk, Senior Commissioning Editor, Routledge

Brill Encyclopedia of Law and Religion
Remarks:
Cole Durham, Editor
Donlu Thayer, Associate Editor
Ingebord van der Laan, Assistant Publisher International Law, Brill

       

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2016

8.00 - 9.00 Breakfast

9.00 – 10.00 MEETING OF LAW AND RELIGION JOURNALS AND BOOK SERIES

Brill | Nijhoff : Ingeborg van der Laan
Cambridge University Press : On display
Oxford University Press : Laura Jose
Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group) : Alison Kirk
Springer Science+Business Media : Christi Lue
Anuario de Derecho Eclesiástico del Estado : Javier Martínez-Torrón
Church Law Review (Prague) : Jiří Rajmund Tretera / Záboj Horák
Religion and Human Rights : Jeroen Temperman
Revista Latinoamericana de Derecho y Religion : Ana María Celis


10.00 – 11.00 MEETING OF LAW AND RELIGION ASSOCIATIONS
Brazilian Center for Law and Religion Studies : Rodrigo Alves
Center for the Study of Law and Religion (Emory) : Mark Goldfeder
Center for Law and Religion (Pontifical Catholic University Chile) : Ana María Celis
Latin American Consortium for Religious Freedom: Juan G. Navarro Floria
International Center for Law and Religion Studies (BYU) : Brett Scharffs
Institute of Law and Religion (Fribourg) : René Pahud de Mortanges
Religious Freedom Center, Newseum Institute : Nathan Walker
Centre for Law and Religion / LARSN (Cardiff) : Mark Hill
Ecclesiastical Law Society : Mark Hill
European Consortium for Church and State Research : Mark Hill


11.00 – 12.00 ICLARS General Assembly. Election of the new President and Steering Committee

 


Where: Oxford, UK
When: 08/09/2016
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