DAAD-Cairo 11 Salih Ayoub Street, Zamalek Cairo
July, 26 to July 27, 2022
Religions with their norms and value systems cannot and must not
be viewed in isolation because they are always within the dynamics
of the relationship between humans and their environment, i.e., the
environment and the social context.
Humans, religion, and environment are interconnected triad in
which they are interdependent and influence each other. The same
applies to interreligious relationships in pluralistic societies.
We invite papers that investigate interdependent relationships
between people, religions and the environment from the perspective
of social and political science, history, theology, anthropology and
comparative religion, considering the temporal and spatial contexts
to study the phenomenon from a historical perspective.
In this regard, themes that can be discussed include:
•coexistence of the supporters of different religions and cultures
•various methods and theoretical approaches
•social and religious visions of living together
•local and regional historiography
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