Conference 2007

First ESITIS Conference, 11-13 April 2007
The Resurgence of Religion in Europe:
Exploring the Implications of Religious Pluralism in Europe
Venue: Fircroft College, Selly Oak, Birmingham
See full program – including sessions on Doing Islamic Theology in Europe; Christian Migrants and their Theologies and Intercultural Theology/Interreligious Studies in Europe.  
The following articles in Studies in Interreligious Dialogue (SID) are based on contributions to this conference:
* Fikret Karcic: “Doing Islamic Theology in Europe: A Unique Experience of the Faculty of Islamic Studies in Sarajevo”, SID 1: 2008.
* Recep Kilic: “On Doing Islamic Theology in Europe”, SID 2: 2007.
* John Hick: “Reform Movements within Christianity and Islam”, SID 2: 2007.
* André Droogers: “The Background and Nature of the Deep Changes in the Religious Realities in Modern Europe”, SID 2: 2007.
* Gavin d’ Costa: “Engaging with a ‘Clash of Civilizations’: Liberal Views of Religion in the Public Domain and Catholic Approaches”, SID 1: 2007.
* Norbert Hintersteiner: “Engaging Religious Plurality: Secular Awareness and Traditionary Procedure. A Reply to Gavin d’Costa”, SID 1: 2007.
See some pictures from the conference