NAR COLLOQUIUM - ANTHROPOLOGY OF RELIGION THEMATIC LINE
Human approaches to environment and nature are central to how humans experience their worldviews and map out the way they organize themselves, whether at the social, cultural, religious or territorial level. The sacred landscapes that are created through the various forms of movement and mobility of human beings in nature are fluid, diverse and have liquid boundaries. In recent decades, these sacred landscapes have been changing, through alterations caused by economic, social and political conflicts that have occurred at the global level and, which have affected the way societies relate to the environment and nature. In response, individuals have mobilised a diversity of voices, actions, relationships and approaches, including religious-spiritual practices, environmental, nature conservation, and sustainability movements.
In this colloquium we intend to explore sacred landscapes and the challenges they provoke, whether in the context of religion and spirituality, ecology, sustainability and environment, or, most importantly, in the interaction between the two.
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