“Faith, Freedom and Foreign Policy: A Colloquium with the Fellows of the Transatlantic Academy”
Tuesday, 12 May 2015, 10am – 4pm, Balliol College, Old Common Room.
The Oxford Journal of Law and Religion and the Oxford Society for Law and Religion are running a colloquium on faith, freedom and foreign policy at Balliol College on Tuesday, 12th May. It features excellent speakers and important topics, with a special one-hour session on problems of Orthodox Christianity in the European Union by one of the leading experts in the field.
The Colloquium features the following sessions:
Sarah Wolf (Queen Mary, University of London), Explaining the Religious Engagement Agenda in Transatlantic Foreign Policies: Insights from the MENA Region.
Nora Fisher Onar (University of Oxford), Through a Glass, Darkly: Turkey, Islam and the Transatlantic Alliance.
Lucian Leustean (Aston University), Between Byzantium and Brussels. Representing Orthodox Christianity in the European Union.
Anne Jenichen (University of Hamburg), A Transatlantic Religious Divide? Comparing EU and U.S. Responses to Violent Attacks on Religious Minorities.