Religion Focus in Works that Shaped the World 2022 Lecture Series

Religion Focus in Works that Shaped the World 2022 Lecture Series
Tuesday 1 February 2022

In 2022 the HRC’s public lecture series “Works that Shaped the World” will focus on religious books and works that shaped the world, facilitated by the HRC’s Dr Ibrahim Abraham, the Hans Mol Research Fellow in Religion and the Social Sciences.

The series will begin on Friday March 4, with Professor Halim Rane of Griffith University discussing the Covenants of the Prophet Muhammad, and conclude in late 2022 with Professor Andrew Singleton of Deakin University presenting the Hans Mol Memorial Lecture in Religion and the Social Sciences, re-examining Hans Mol’s sociological study The Faith of Australians.

From Buddhist devotionals to horror films, and from early heresies to contemporary theological debates, this eclectic series of lectures will be presented online (and in person, where possible), aimed at experts and non-experts alike.

See more information on the series including upcoming lectures here.

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