“Religion in the New Cosmopolis” at the 2009 American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting in Montréal, Canada


Friday, November 6, 2009 (All day)


Montréal, QC, CA
On Friday, November 6, 2009, the Pluralism Project hosted its annual reception and program at the American Academy of Religion. The program focused on “Religion in the New Cosmopolis,” using Boston, Montréal, and other affiliate research sites as a starting point for conversation. Dr. Diana Eck and Research Director Ellie Pierce presented how case studies, documentary film, and our recently relaunched interactive webguide, World Religions in Greater Boston, can be used by teachers, religious and civic leaders, and community activists to build a culture of pluralism. Project Affiliates Dr. Patrice Brodeur and Dr. R. Scott Hanson offered presentations on pluralism in Montréal and Flushing, Queens, New York respectively. Other affiliates, friends, and guests, engaged in lively discussion and networking. [caption id="attachment_47690" align="alignnone" width="2598"]"Religion and the New Cosmopolis" at the AAR Annual Meeting. "Religion and the New Cosmopolis" at the AAR Annual Meeting.[/caption]