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Death in Canada

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The funeral seems to be dying in Canada. It is not just the case that the funeral is becoming less religious, but that the actual concept is fading. This is giving Canadian secularisation a distinctive hue, and points one way in which nations with rapid religious decline may develop. It is often said that in… Continue reading

Inaugural Lecture

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 INAUGURAL LECTURE CALLUM BROWN PROFESSOR OF LATE MODERN EUROPEAN HISTORY University of Glasgow  “Secularisation and civilisation: can history show if society is good without god?” LT255 MAIN BUILDING – HUMANITIES LECTURE THEATRE THURSDAY 13 MARCH 2014  AT 5.30PM followed by a drinks reception  FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC To register for this event please… Continue reading