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Religion and Politics in the Construction of the European Union



Department of Government

Sommaire

16 June 2007, Draft Programme

Plenary Session

Opening Plenary Session, 10.00-12.30, Shaw Library, 6th Floor, Old Building, LSE

John Madeley, London School of Economics

  • Introduction: Grit or Pearl ?  The Religious Factor in the Politics of European Integration

Professor Jean-Paul Willaime, École Pratique des Hautes Études, Sorbonne

  • Secularism (Laïcité), Religion and European Integration

Dr Linda Risso, University of Reading

  • The French and Italian Christian Democrats and the Rearmament of Germany, 1949-1955

Professor Norman Doe, Cardiff University

  • Toward a ‘Common Law’ on Religion in the EU

Dr François Foret, Université Libre de Bruxelles

  • Religion: a Solution or a Problem for the Legitimization of the European Union ?

Break 12.30-14.00

Parallel Sessions A

Church-State Models

14.00-16.00, Shaw Library, 6th Floor, Old Building, LSE

Chair: Professor Roger Trigg, Oxford University

Professor Mark Hill, Cardiff University

  • Voices in the Wilderness: The Established Church of England and the European Union

Caroline Sägesser, Université Libre de Bruxelles

  • How is the Enlargement of the EU Affecting Models of State and Church Relations?

Dr Sabine Riedel, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, Berlin

  • Models of Church-State Relations in the European Union

Russell Sandberg, Cardiff University

  • Church-State Relations in Europe: Towards a New Legal Model

Daphne Halikiopoulou, London School of Economics

  • The Changing Dynamics of Religion and National Identity: Greece and Ireland in a Comparative Perspective

Europe’s Soul

14.00-16.00, Room 698, 6th Floor, Old Building, LSE

Chair: Dr Piers Ludlow, London School of Economics

Carin Laudrup, University of Copenhagen

  • A  European Battlefield - Does the EU Have a Soul?

Giulio Venneri and Paolo O. Ferrara, University of Trento

  • The Europeist efforts of Alcide De Gasperi and the Proposals of Antonio Messineo: A Spiritual Conception of Politics Meeting a Pragmatic Idea of Religion?

Professor Vincenzo Pacillo, Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia

  • “Positive Secularism” and its Development in the Italian Legal System

Dr Blandine Chelini-Pont, Université Paul Cézanne. Aix-en-Provence

  • The Papal Thought about Europe and European Union and its Ways of Influence

Max Fras and Dr David Herbert, Open University

  • European Enlargement, Secularization and Religious Republicization in Central and Eastern Europe

Dr Emile Perreau-Saussine, University of Cambridge

  • The Nation State as a Prerequisite for Religious Pluralism

Break, 16.00-16.30

Parallel Sessions B

Islam in the EU

16.30-18.30, Shaw Library, 6th Floor, Old Building, LSE

Chair: tbc

Dr Benoit Challand, European University Institute

  • From Sickle to Crescent: The Question of Religion for European Identity

Dr Katherine Brown, University of Southampton

  • Fanatics in the Mosque and women want in? Tensions with the Securitization of Islam and Muslim Women’s Islamic Identities

Luca Mavelli, University of Wales

  • Islam and European Integration. Re-enforcing or Overcoming the divide?

Parveen Akhtar, University of Birmingham

  • Religion in the Air: A case study of a Birmingham-based Muslim Radio station

Dr Paul Wetherly, Leeds Metropolitan University

  • The Danish Cartoons and the Reasonable Exercise of Freedom of Expression

EU Lobbies

16.30-18.30, Room 698, 6th Floor, Old Building, LSE

Chair: tbc

Dr Bérengère Massignon, École Pratique des Hautes Études, Sorbonne

  • Church Lobbying between Secularisation and Desecularization

Kenneth Houston, University of Ulster

  • Article 52.3: The Logic and Dynamic of Structured Dialogue between Religious Associations and the Institutions of the EU

Friederike Böllmann, Philipps University, Marburg

  • Churches as INGOs and EU Policy Experts? The Europeanization of Religious Organisations

Dr Martin Steven, University of Glasgow

  • Religious Lobbies in the European Union: The Political Role of Western European Christian Churches, post-9/11

Sabrina Pastorelli, École Pratique des Hautes Études, Sorbonne

  • European Union and New Religions

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