Thursday, November 21 / 11:15 AM - 12:45 PM

Session 25
Comparative secularity: Concepts and Methods

Chair: Narendra Subramanian, McGill University
Discussant: Yasuyuki Matsunaga, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies

1. Is Taylor's Secularity 3 a Relevant Concept for Muslim-Majority Societies? The Case of Non-Religion in Contemporary TurkeyAtes Altinordu, Sabanci University .

2. Japan as an Example of Methodological CompromiseFrank Ravitch, Michigan State University.

3. How Does Secularity “Travel”? Policy Mobilities of Laïcité from France to QuébecEfe Peker, McGill University.

4. The Philippine People Power PrincipleBryan Dennis Tiojanco, Yale University.

5. Religion and the Secular outside the West: Does Their Study Require a New Social Science Vocabulary?Mirjam Künkler, Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study.

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