OSU Associate Director for Iranian and Persian Gulf Studies to take part in doctoral summer program in France
Dr. Pedram Khosronejad, the Associate Director of Iranian and Persian Gulf Studies program at Oklahoma State University, is part of the Program Committee for Institut du Pluralisme Religieux et de L’athéisme two-day doctoral summer program, Religion and Atheism in Pluralist Societies, June 17-19, 2019, in Nantes, France.
The summer program is open to doctoral students in any country and in any discipline, as long as their dissertation or proposed talk relates to the theme of religion and atheism in pluralist societies.
During the program, the doctoral students will each make a 20-minute presentation. Faculty from IPRA and other partner institutions will chair the panels and provide remarks to the student presentations.
The program is financed by IPRA and the University of Nantes and will be free to the students who are accepted, but the travel costs to attend will not be covered.
For more information, please visit http://ipra.eu/en/2018/04/09/summer-doctoral-school-2019-religion-and-atheism-in-pluralist-societies/.