Obs at the ‘Media, Religion and Culture in a Networked World’

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Our director, Miriam Díez Bosch, participated in the conference “Media, Religion and Culture in a Networked World” (University of Kent, Canterbury), where she spoke on 5 August on “Cyberethics and Religion. Sinergies and reciprocal spaces“, a paper she co-written with Professor Josep Lluís Micó. This congress, the most important in the world in the field of communication, culture and religion, is held every two years and brings together experts and delegates from the counterpart centres of the Blanquerna Observatory, which has been part of the International Society on Media, Religion and Culture since its foundation.

Photo: Adam T. Shreve