Professor Grace Davie has published an essay based on her 2016 Cadbury Lectures, ‘Religion in Public Life: Levelling the Ground’.
In the report Professor Grace Davie, a sociologist of religion at the University of Exeter, explores the ‘return’ of religion to public life, analysing a series of ‘levels’ – local, metropolitan, national, and global – and considering why and how we have got here, and what the future holds for religion in Britain.
The report is published by Theos, a Christian think-tank focusing on the relationship between religion, politics and society in the contemporary world.
- Read Grace Davie’s report, ‘Religion in Public Life: Levelling the Ground’
- Further details on Grace Davie’s 2016 Cadbury Lecture series, including videos of her talks