International Seminar on Religion and Gender for Social Participation

The Graduate School of International Cultural Studies is hosting an international seminar on "Religion and Gender for Social Participation."

The seminar will look at the current situation of Muslim women in Malaysia, where Islam is the state religion; and in France, where secularism is the principle. Participants will then discuss the challenges of a pluri-religious society, focusing on the ways of social participation.

Guest speakers are Noraida Endut from Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) and Anne-Sophie Lamine from the University of Strasbourg. The discussant is Naoko Kuwahara from Iwate Prefectural University.

Date:March 3, 2023
Time; 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. (JST)
Venue: This is a hybrid event with online and on-site options.

For on-site participation:
Venue: M303, Multimedia Education and Research Complex, Kawauchi Kita Campus, Tohoku University (Map)
Maximum capacity: 40 participants

Language: English
To Register:



Moe Wada
Graduate School of International Cultural Studies
Tel: +81 22-795-7616

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