Public Lectures

This page gives you the detail of CISMOR lectures. We report on the past public lectures to return the results of our research to society.

As for closed meetings or workshops, click here for more information. At the international workshop, a specific theme is discussed and studied in-depth with invited researchers from all over the world. Through these workshops, we hope to form a global network of researchers for the interdisciplinary study of monotheistic religions.

Date Title Speaker
【For Students and Academics】Conservative Christians in Donald Trump’s America Gavin James Campbell (Professor, Graduate School of Global Studies, Doshisha University )
Images of Jerusalem: Ancient Perspectives and Eternal Problems Dr. Daivd Satran (Chair Department of Comparative Religion,The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
【For Students and Academics】Toyohiko Kagawa’s Concept of Religion: With a Focus on the Relationship between Religion & Science Stig Lindberg (Assistant Professor, Center for Applied Philosophy & Ethics, Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University)
The Differential Diffusion in the Middle East of ‘Small Technologies’ from Europe and the USA Professor Uri, M. Kupferschmidt
Le catholicisme dans la société française : Exploration d’un réveil Philippe Portier (EPHE, Paris )
The Role and Function of the Synagogue in the Late Period of the Second Temple Period: An Impact of the Discovery of a Synagogue at Tel Rekhesh in the Galilee Dr. Mordeichai Aviam (Kinneret Institute for Galilean Archaeology)
Reconstructing State Security and National Integration in the Middle East 【Keynote Speaker】
Dr. Guita Hourani(Director of Center for Migration Studies, Notre Dame University, Lebanon )