The University of Groningen / Netherlands organizes a conference
Religious Heritage in a Diverse Europe – New Directions in Practice, Policy & Scholarship
June 19-21, 2019.
The religious makeup of European societies has been significantly changing over the past few decades. At the same time that more people identify as non-religious, new arrivals and conversion mean that the religious landscape of Europe is becoming increasingly more complex. These dynamics simultaneously enrich and challenge organizations, government agencies and scholars engaged with maintaining and promoting cultural heritage.
- How should Europe’s plural religious pasts be represented?
- How can heritage be translated for audiences who do not self-identify with present religious traditions?
- What role can heritage play in fostering dialogue between the religious and secular groups that make up contemporary European societies?
Our SKIVRE partner “Future for Religious Heritage” is one of the conference partners!
See you there!