USF Mini-Conference: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on New Religions

Feb 23, 2012 No Comments by

The Department of Religious Studies together with a number of co-sponsors is hosting a one-day min-conference on new Religious Movements on March 1, 2012.

The conference features keynote addresses by three of the world’s most notable scholars of New religions, James R. Lewis, J. Gordon Melton and Bron Taylor. In addition to Melton, Taylor and Lewis, the conference will feature lectures from several other important scholars of New Religious Movements form around the country. The conference will also include several USF faculty members who specialize in New Religions or have researched issues related to the New Religions, Globalization and Sustainability.

This event is free and open to the public.

Follow this link to see the entire schedule of speakers.


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