Links and Files – both useful and not so useful

I’ll update this every so often

Interreligious Studies (broadly construed) Websites and Stuff:

Interreligious Studies and Intercultural Theology (journal) – the new leading journal in the field:

Studies in Interreligious Dialogue (journal):

Journal of Interreligious Studies (journal):

A reading/ resource list on the Theology of Religions/ Interreligious Dialogue/ etc.: Reading and Resource Guide for IFDSC 04 06 14

Currents of Encounter book series:

Comparative Theology book series:

‘Interreligious Studies’, Journal for the Academic Study of Religion, 27:2, 2014 – Special Edition:

Ray Gaston’s Interfaith Blog and Resource site:

Wondering what Interreligious Studies is? Two relatively short definitions or descriptions:

Oddbjorn Leirvik:

Paul Hedges:


Critical Theory

Craig Martin’s bibliography of influential texts:



A site with details on the history, classification, etc. of tea (Chinese and otherwise):

Green tea history:

Longjing cha (Dragon Well Tea):


A Few Key Institutions, Places, and Courses in Interreligious Studies include:

Studies in Inter-Religious Relations in Plural Societies (SRP), RSIS, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore


VU, Amsterdam (Free/ Vrije University), MSc in Building Interreligious Relations, Netherlands


The Woolf Institute, University of Cambridge, UK


The Pluralism Project, Harvard University, USA


MRES, Interreligious Relations, University of Birmingham, UK


King Abdullah International Centre for Intercultural and Interreligious Dialogue, Vienna, Austria:


Interfaith Relations at Harvard Divinity School:


Centre for Religious and Cross-Cultural Studies, Gadjah Mada University (UGM), Indonesia:

Centre home:

The Religious Literacy MOOC (Mass Online Courses) from Harvard Divinity School:


The Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture:




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