Session IV, 11th November 2016: Science and Religion

Science and Religion: sociological and historical perspectives
Person in charge Alper Yalçinkaya (Wesleyan College, Ohio/Universidad Carlos III, Madrid)
Language: English
Jan Golinski, “Is It Time to Forget Science? Reflections of singular science and its history”, Osiris, 2012, 19-36.
John H. Evans and Michael S. Evans,
“Religion and Science: Beyond the Epistemological Conflict Narrative”,
Annual Review of Sociology, Vol. 34 (2008), pp. 87-105.
Peter Harrison, “Science” and “Religion”: Constructing the Boundaries, The Journal of Religion, 2006, 81-106.
Participants: Juan Pan-Montojo, Jesús de Felipe, Irene Mendoza, Alejandro Camino, Álvaro Sánchez, Javier Martínez Dosantos, Juan Luis Simal y Darina Martykánová

Darina Martykánová

Darina Martykánová is historian, dealing mainly with Spain and the Ottoman Empire. She works at the Departament of Modern History of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Her research focuses on the history of professions and on transnational circulation of knowledge. Her second line of research concerns the redefinition of masculinites in interaction with the discourse of "progress of civilisation".

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