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  • Susan Mendus, University of York 26 June 2014
    The topic of toleration has interested, indeed fascinated, me for nearly 30 years. Twenty-eight years ago, in 1985, I was appointed Morrell Fellow in Toleration at the University of York, and I have continued to work within the Morrell Centre ever since – first as a Research Fellow, then as Director of the Programme, and now as Morrell Professor Emerita. In short, the problem of toleration has occupied much of my working life. However, looking back on the past 30 years, it is interesting to note that the problem of toleration is not at all the same now as it was when I began studying it all those years ago, and my main focus this evening will be on ways in which the problem of toleration has changed and with the new challenges which toleration faces in the modern world. Let me begin, though, by saying something about the way in which the problem of toleration was understood when I first began studying it all those years ago.
  • 17 April 2014
    Resetdoc is pleased to announce the new edition of our dialogues about cultural pluralism in Milan, Italy, which started in 2013. This series of international conference is a project directed by Giancarlo Bosetti and promoted by Reset-Dialogues on Civilizations and Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, in cooperation with Università Università degli Studi di Milano, Politecnico, Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca, Radio Popolare and with the Patronage of the City Milano and of the Fondazione Cariplo.
  • 3 June 2009
    Religion, Human Rights and Multicultural Jurisdictions  
  • 22 May 2009
    A cultural, intellectual and academic network beyond “East” and “West”.
  • 22 May 2009
    Religion, Human Rights and Multicultural Jurisdictions How is a multicultural society supposed to satisfy everyone’s claim for cultural, ethnic and religious autonomy? An annual meeting to promote, develop and consolidate a network of cultural, intellectual and academic relationships.