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August 26, 2021

DPP Assistant Professor Cameran Ashraf publishes a paper on the impact of artificial intelligence on freedom of religion or belief online in The International Journal of Human Rights:

Cameran Ashraf (2021) Exploring the impacts of artificial intelligence on freedom of religion or belief online, The International Journal of Human Rights, 

July 21, 2015

The Center for Religious Studies and the School of Public Policy at CEU are co-sponsoring “Religious Violence in Comparative Perspective” during CEU’s Summer University this year. This new course, which has a strong South Asia focus, has attracted 26 students from many countries.

November 11, 2014

During a faculty research seminar at the School of Public Policy (SPP) on November 7th, Visiting Research Fellow Brett Wilson made a number of salient observations on religion and nationalism in Turkey. Wilson, who is an Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Macalester College, has been conducting research on modernization and religious transformation in the Muslim world with a focus on Turkey and the eastern Mediterranean for many years.