Digital Methodologies in the Sociology of Religion Conference

About our research project

Technology in use

Digital methodologies have altered how we articulate our values, display our allegiances and enact our multi-faceted identities. Increasingly Sociology must function in digital contexts and using digitial methods. Religion and belief have also been 'digitized' and have a significant online presence on social networking websites, discussion forums and in online personal profiles.

About our conference

Digital Methodologies in the Sociology of Religion

  • 16 November 2012
  • Enterprise Centre, University of Derby

This conference aims to bring together scholars to critically evaluate the uses, impacts, challenges and future of digital methodologies in the sociology of religion. It is hosted by the Centre for Society, Religion and Belief (SRB) at the University of Derby and kindly funded by Digital Social Research (DSR).

Submit a paper

If you would like to submit a paper for this conference you can find out more about the themes we would be happy to accept and the deadlines for submission on our call for papers page.

Find out more about our team

Dr Sariya Contractor has worked extensively on the theme of religion and belief in society and has specific interests in Muslims in Britain.

Dr Suha Shakkour's research interests include religious and ethnic minorities.


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