School of Divinity

Book Launch and Discussion: 'A Phenomenology of Indigenous Religions: Theory and Practice'

Professor James Cox, Emeritus Professor in Religious Studies, University of Edinburgh, will introduce his new book which confirms his reputation as a world-leading scholar of the phenomenology of religion and a pioneer in the study of indigenous religions.

The discussion and audience questions will be followed by a reception. Copies of the book and order forms will be available.

This event is hosted by the Religious Studies Research Seminar, School of Divinity and GOVMAT/Governmateriality of Indigenous Religion(s), University of Bergen, Norway 

Discussants

Professor Bettina Schmidt, Professor in Study of Religions and Anthropology of Religion, University of Wales Trinity St David

Dr Suzanne Owen, Reader in Religious Studies, Leeds Trinity University

Professor Bjørn Ola Tafjord, Professor in the Study of Religion, University of Bergen

Response 

Professor James Cox

Chair

Dr Steven Sutcliffe, Senior Lecturer in the Study of Religion, University of Edinburgh

Registration

All are very welcome. Remote participation via zoom is possible via pre-registration to Alysa Ghose (alysa.ghose@ed.ac.uk)

Book Launch and Discussion: 'A Phenomenology of Indigenous Religions: Theory and Practice'. 12 October, 4pm
Oct 12 2022 -

Book Launch and Discussion: 'A Phenomenology of Indigenous Religions: Theory and Practice'

A book launch, discussion and reception for James L. Cox's publication 'A Phenomenology of Indigenous Religions: Theory and Practice (Bloomsbury)'

Elizabeth Templeton Lecture Theatre