RC43 - Religion and Politics

Chairs

Dra. Emilce Cuda

Research Professor in Theology and Politics
Universidad Nacional Arturo Jauretche de Argentina, Dept. of Culture
Pontificia Universidad Catolica Argentina, Theology Faculty
Fray Justo Santa Maria de Oro, 3074,
Piso 6, (1425) Cdad. Autonoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina

+54 9 11 41762549
emilcecuda@gmail.com

 

Dr Luca Ozzano

Dept. of Cultures, Politics and Society
University of Turin
Lungodora Siena 100 - 10153 Torino (Italy)

+39 0116704108
luca.ozzano@unito.it

 

Officers

Yolande Cohen, yjcohen@sympatico.ca
Miroljub Jevtic, jevticmiroljub@yahoo.com
Yasuyuki Matsunaga, matsunaga@tufs.ac.jp
Carimo Mohomed, mohomed.carimo@gmail.com
Giorgio Shani, gshani@icu.ac.jp

 

Background

Recognised as study group in 1986; granted research committee status in 1999.

 

Objectives

RC43 - Religion and Politics focuses on global, regional and local interactions between religion and politics throughout the world. Political ideas and policies relevant to different religions (particularly, but not exclusively, those with global adherents) are examined. Public religion in contemporary culture and society is studied, particularly in relation to peace, development, human rights, environment, political processes, political organizations, and identity.

 

Working languages

English/French

 

Website

http://rc43.ipsa.org/