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Two new research networks devoted to atheism and secularism

Two new research networks devoted to atheism and secularism May 2, 2009

Via the Boston Globe comes news of a couple of new networks for research into atheism and secularism.

In the UK, there’s the Non-Religion and Secularity Research Network. This was set up in November last year by Lois Lee, a sociology graduate student at Cambridge University. The idea is to centralise and facilitate non-religion and secularity research, and they have a conference scheduled for later this year.

In the USA, the Center for Atheist Research is looking to investigate the atheist experience in the US, where they are a decided minority. To kick off, there’s a few surveys on the home that they’re asking visitors to fill in.

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