Angus Slater

Angus M. Slater is currently a PhD candidate and tutor in the Department of Politics, Philosophy, and Religion at Lancaster University under the supervision of Dr Gavin Hyman and Dr Shuruq Naguib. His thesis attempts to produce a non-pluralistic form of inter-religious dialogue from within the context of conservative post-modern Christian theology, examining the theoretical and practical concerns of the area in the course of an engagement with Islam. Broader research interests include philosophical accounts of dialogue, identity formation in a religious and queer contexts, and the interaction of modern secular societies with more conservative religious communities.

Contributions by Angus Slater

podcast

"Religion and Pluralities of Knowledge": A Roundtable Discussion

It's time for another RSP roundtable, folks. Thanks very much to Liam for facilitating this, and to Angus, Essi, George and Hanna for joining him for a stimulating discussion. This year scholars from across the globe gathered in the city of Groningen in the north-west of the Netherlands...

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