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Title: The Secular Paradox
START DATE: 5/21/2022
START TIME: 12:00 PM
Duration: 2 Hours
Location: Irvine
Location Details:
Irvine Ranch Water District Community Room
15500 Sand Canyon Ave
Irvine, CA 92618
Event Topic: separation of church/state
Event Type: presentation
Contact Name: Stephanie Campbell
Contact Email: scampbell0128@gmail.com
Contact Phone: 7142994551
DESCRIPTION:
download PDF (544.5 kibibytes) In person attendance: email us at mail@au-oc.org

By Zoom, register: https://www.mobilize.us/au/event/453526/

Secular people are, by definition, not religious, but they share more with each other than religion's mere absence. They trust in certain ways of knowing the world, they create their own life-cycle rituals like weddings and memorial services, and they sometimes gather in face-to-face communities. Legally, secular people can choose to be religious or not religious depending on the rights they want to claim. They even have their own particular ways of inhabiting their bodies and giving meaning to their lives. In this talk, Joseph Blankholm relies on several years of ethnographic research, more than a hundred in-depth interviews, and a survey of over twelve thousand secular people to explain what it's like to be a nonbeliever in the United States and why at times secular people can seem so weirdly religious.

Joseph Blankholm is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. His first book, The Secular Paradox: On the Religiosity of the Not Religious, is an ethnographic study of very secular people in the United States that will be published by NYU Press in June 2022. Blankholm currently co-leads a project that investigates the intergenerational transmission of values and the many things we mean when we talk about religion. The project surveys and interviews three generations of California families that have been tracked since 1971 and is funded by a .8m grant from the Templeton Foundation.

Irvine Ranch Water District makes its facilities available for use by residents and non-profit organizations merely as a public service, but does not, by allowing this use, endorse or support the purpose of the event or its sponsor.

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