The Religious History Association (TheRHA) is proudly sponsoring the Keynote Speaker for this Conference, Professor Brad Gregory, Dorothy G. Griffin Professor of Early Modern European History, Notre Dame University, USA.
Religion in Conflict and
Collaboration with the Modern World
26-28 November 2014
Albany Campus, Massey University, Auckland
Conference of the Religious History Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (RHAANZ);
The Religious History Association of Australia (THERHA) and the
Christian Research Association of Aotearoa New Zealand
The theme of the conference is “Religion in Conflict and Collaboration with the Modern World” and there will be a particular focus on trends in religious communities in New Zealand, Australia and the Pacific over the last two centuries since the Christian Church was planted in New Zealand.
The keynote speaker is Professor Brad Gregory of Notre Dame University in the USA, author of “Unintended Reformation”. Professor Gregory will be exploring the recent history of the scholarly study of religion.
Offers of papers are invited and should be submitted to the Registrar, Professor Peter Lineham (P.Lineham@massey.ac.nz) with a brief abstract.