A Debate on Peaceful Coexistence Amongst Religions - A New International Summer School at Sapienza 

Italian and foreign students shared views on peaceful coexistence amongst religions in the first edition of a new summer school entitled “Religions and peaceful coexistence”

The first edition of the "Religions and Peaceful Coexistence" Summer School proved very satisfying for participants and organisers. Directed by Alessandro Saggioro, Professor of History of Religion at the Department of History, Anthropology, Religion, Art and Entertainment (SARAS) the summer school, which was held on September 9-14, 2019, was part of the activities promoted by the “King Hamad Chair for Inter-religious Dialogue and Peaceful Co-existence.” 

The summer school involved students from around the world in the critical and compared analysis of relations amongst religions from the point of view of peaceful coexistence, a complex and relevant issue. The course was held in English by professors from Sapienza University and other universities and attended by Italian and international students from Bahrein, Bangladesh, Bosnia, Congo, India, Libya, United Kingdom and Switzerland.

The list of participants and the didactic calendar, including a detailed description of activities and issues debated, is available in the Downloads Area.


Saturday, 14 September 2019

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