The publications and events sponsored by the faculty and its affiliates highlight the importance of studying religion as an influence in our globalized world.  Through regular academic publications, special events, and various media, the faculty and students continue to contribute to the conversation of religious studies well beyond the classroom.  For a full list of published articles written by faculty members, click here.

Faculty sponsored publications

ARC: The Journal of the Faculty of Religious Studies
ARC is open to faculty and graduate students who wish to publish their work in a peer-reviewed, competitive annual journal with an international following.

Canons: The Undergraduate Journal of Religious Studies
Canons is a competitive annual journal edited by undergraduates and exclusive to advanced undergraduate work. A special edition of Canons with submissions by students within the worldwide Faith and Globalisation Initiative network is due for Fall 2012.

Canons Vol. IX, Issue 1 Special Issue: Religion and Globalisation


Unexpected encounters by L.J. de Gara, a student at McGill University, Fall 2013.

Narcedalia Lozano Garza, a Vanier Canada Scholar pursuing her doctoral degree at McGill and a recent teaching fellow in the Religion and Globalization course, published her thoughts online in the Tony Blair Faith Foundation's Religion and Conflict blog series on December 11, 2012. Her entry, The Role of Religious Leaders in Columbia, discusses how religious leaders have been actively involved in the pursuit of peace in Columbia over the last 50 years. 

Students who attended the 2012 RELG 550 summer school course came from all over the world to think about human rights and religious minorities.  They reflected on the various topics covered in blogs posted on the Faith and Globalisation Initiative website.

Chinese Way: from the FGI McGill Summer School Course by Fei Yunshu, a student at Peking University, July 12, 2012

A Balancing Act Starring: Constitutional Committments, Religious Minorities and Human Rights by Laura Pinkham, a student at McGill University, July 19, 2012 

The Spirituality of Indigenous Australians by Tessa Brown, a student at the University of Western Australia, August 2, 2012

Religion in Public Life in Mexico by Marina Cordova, a student at Tecnológico de Monterrey, August 2, 2012

China: Secularism and its Limitations by Zeng Qifei, a student at Peking University, August 2, 2012






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