2 September 2010, 10 am
An interdisciplinary conference run by the Department of Philosophy and the Bristol Cognitive Development Centre
Religious culture has been difficult and contentious to explain - yet real progress is being made in a number of areas. 'Explaining Religion 2010' is an interdisciplinary conference run by the University of Bristol's Department of Philosophy and the Bristol Cognitive Development Centre which aims to integrate approaches. Contributions are welcome from evolutionary theory, philosophy, cognitive science, anthropology, psychology, and related disciplines.
Jesse Bering (QUB), E.Thomas Lawson (West Michigan, QUB), Susan Blackmore (Plymouth), Paul Harris (Harvard), Christine Mohr (Bristol), Deb Kelemen (Boston), Rita Astuti (LSE), Konrad Talmont-Kaminski (UMCS –Lublin), Robert McCauley (Emory), Bruce Hood (Bristol), Ara Norenzayan (UBC), Claire White (Oxford)
Thursday 2nd - Friday 3rd September 2010
The Orangery, Goldney Hall, University of Bristol