Religion and Innovation. A summary

Aula “Nuova Buonaiuti”

Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia, Sapienza – Università di Roma
Aula “Nuova Buonaiuti”

On October 18th the Center for Religious Sciences of the Bruno Kessler Foundation (FBK-ISR), in collaboration with SARAS department (Storia, Antropologia, Religioni, Arte e Spettacolo) – University of Rome “Sapienza” is hosting a workshop that fits with the Mission on religion and innovation.

Several speeches by social scientists, most of them anthropologists (Pino Schirripa, Cecilia Pennacini, Matteo Aria, Osvaldo Costantini, Berardino Palumbo, Giovanni Pizza, Andrea Carlino, Alessandro Lupo, Silvia Cristofori) and political scientist (Paolo Naso), will discuss with the ISR Director (Marco Ventura) about the position paper on Religion and Innovation. The speeches will be focused on the different research topics of the speakers, in order to investigate the various fields in which the anthropological research has analyzed the religious sphere.



Religione e innovazione. Facciamo il punto


  • Gaetano Lettieri - Speaker
    Direttore del dipartimento SARAS
  • Matteo Aria - Speaker
    Università di Roma – Sapienza
  • Andrea Carlino - Speaker
    Università di Ginevra
  • Osvaldo Costantini - Speaker
    Università di Roma – Sapienza
  • Silvia Cristofori - Speaker
    Link Campus University
  • Alessandro Lupo - Speaker
    Università di Roma – Sapienza
  • Paolo Naso - Speaker
    Università di Roma – Sapienza
  • Berardino Palumbo - Speaker
    Università di Messina
  • Cecilia Pennacini - Speaker
    Università di Torino
  • Gianni Pizza - Speaker
    Università di Perugia
  • Pino Schirripa - Speaker
    Università di Roma – Sapienza
  • Marco Ventura - Speaker
    Centro per le Scienze Religiose – Fondazione Bruno Kessler



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