During the project period ReIReS organises a number of workshops, intended for members of the consortium. The results of some of these workshops are public documents, which are of interest to everyone involved in religion and religious studies.
These are the following documents, which will be made available for download here in due course:
Deliverable 7.1, Proceedings of the workshop on Education in Europe
An analyses of the state-of-the-art of the relation between the development of historical religious studies and the education programmes in Europe. The document contains the results of the examination of the question how far the new and innovative progress in understanding of religious history that comes from the possibilities granted by ReIReS can impact in changing and reframing the education programmes and in significantly enriching education as a process of knowledge transfer from the academia to a more larger audience.
The proceedings will be available May 2019.
Deliverable 7.2, Proceedings of the workshop on Religious Conflicts
The material will focus on the potential of the starting community on historical religious studies to implement a balanced and impartial approach to religious issues in broader societal contexts. It will contain the result of the examination of the question how the creation of an academic community on religious studies in a pan-European historical perspective can interact with processes of religious (and secular) community and identity building on a regional and local level. It aims to show to what extent and in which ways a transnational academic approach to historical religious issues can interact with the internal dynamics of religious and non-religious groups, and how a historical analysis of European religious diversity and conflict in a global context can foster the implementation of interreligious and religious-secular dialogue in European societies.
The proceedings will be available November 2019.
Deliverable 7.3, Proceedings of the workshop on the Culture of Rights
The material will consider the specific issue of the relation between the history of the culture of rights and religious issues. It is meant to show how ReIReS results enlarge our capability to understand the historical development of rights culture and its complex and in some cases conflicting relation with the beliefs and doctrines of religious and non-confessional communities. It offers a clear example of how the innovative and ground-breaking development of historical religious studies granted by ReIReS sheds new lights on crucial issues such as the history of the culture rights.
The proceedings will be available September 2021.
WP7 is lead by CNR-ISEM.