Summer School on “Communication and Religion”
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Summer School on “Communication and Religion”

WACC announces a Summer School on “Communication and Religion” that will take place 16-21 June 2014 in Toronto, Canada.

Students will work with faculty staff to study religion, media, and globalization. The course will focus on communication rights, communication in the ecumenical movement, practical theology and media, media ethics, gender and communication, and communication for social change. The teaching faculty will come from the organizing institutions.

The Summer School is being organized in cooperation with Emmanuel College (Victoria University, University of Toronto), the Friedrich-Alexander-University, Erlangen-Nuremberg (Germany) and WACC.

Participants must be aged under 32 years, fluent in English, and be post-graduate students in communication and theology.

WACC is offering a limited number of scholarships for students from countries in the global South to take part in the Summer School. 

See here for further details.


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