Religion and Politics in the 21st Century

Conf.univ.dr. Sorin Bocancea

Conf.univ.dr. Sorin Bocancea

În luna iulie a acestui an, editura britanică Cambridge Scholars Publishing a publicat volumul „Religion and Politics in the 21st Century: Global and Local Reflections”, avându-i ca editori pe  Natalia Vlas și Vasile Boari.

„Religion and Politics in the 21st Century is composed of a number of articles that were presented during the 2012 international conference on <<Religion and Politics in the Globalization Era>> organized by the Centre for Political Analysis in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. With careful attention given to 21st century religious resurgence and its dynamic interactions with political structures and the public sphere, the present volume captures a wide variety of perspectives on contemporary religion and politics, ranging from theoretical approaches to case studies and from analyzing global facets to exploring local situations. Its thematic richness and its careful exploration of not only present realities, but also of patterns of past interactions and of possible future directions, render this volume a valuable resource for scholars, policy makers and the general public as well.”

Printre articolele prezente în acest volum se numără și cel al Conf.univ.dr. Sorin Bocancea, decanul Facultății de Științe Politice și Administrative al Universității „Petre Andrei” din Iași și președintele Institutului de Studiere a Ideologiilor, intitulat The Political and Ideological epositioning of the Romanian Orthodox Church in Post-Communism.

Religion and politics in the 21st century

Religion and politics in the 21st century

Din cuprinsul volumului mai fac parte următoarele articolele : Religion and Politics: A Summary of Perspectives (Simona Sav), Politics and Religion in the Age of Global Dialogue (Leonard Swidler), Religion in 21st Century Europe: Framing the Debate  (Grace Davie), “Accommodating” Religious Rights in the UK: The Implications of the 2010 Equality Act (Stephen Hunt), The Politicization of Islam in the Context of Global Religious Fundamentalism: Islam as Political Religion (Bassam Tibi), What Went Right? Islam, Modernity and the Arab Spring  (Radu Murea), Democracy and Human Rights in the Judeo-Christian Tradition:A Doctrinal Approach (Vasile Boari and Aurel Abrudan), The Biblical Milieu and the Shaping of the Democratic Consciousness of Western Culture (Aurelian Boticǎ), Christ and Caesar: Religion, Power and Politics from a Pauline Perspective (Corneliu Constantineanu), “Thy Kingdom Come!” Two Approaches to Christian Community and Socio-Political Order (Natalia Vlas), The Romanian State on State-Church Relations (Gabriel Andreescu) și The “Social Partnership” between Church and State as a Field of Negotiation for the Public Status of Religion in Post-Communist Romania (Iuliana Conovici)

 

 

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