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Session 18

An interreligious dialogue movement?

Throughout the last two decades, the notion of ‘interreligious dialogue (IRD)’ (with parallel concepts such as ‘interfaith dialogue’ or ‘interreligious encounters’) has entered into international discourse. Authors such as John Fahy / Jan-Jonathan Bock (2019), Anna Halafoff (2013) or Josef Boehle (2010) have put an international, or even global ‘IRD-Movement’ at the center of these developments. They argue for the emergence of a consistent movement bringing together multiple individuals, networks and organisations that put the furtherance of interreligious dialogue as a means of religious cooperation into the centre of their activities.

Within the thematic of the Conference, the proposed panel wants to challenge such a generic notion of the IRD-Movement’. Based upon most recent sociological debates on the social forms of religion it proposes to empirically reconsider this idea.

Contact: Karsten Lehmann, karsten.lehmann@kphvie.ac.at

Sidansvarig: Elin Widfeldt|Sidan uppdaterades: 2020-01-29
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