Free BPS History of Psychology Centre seminar in London
A free BPS public seminar discussing psychology and the quest for a science of religion in the late 19th and early 20th centuries will be held on Monday (29 February 2016) in London from 6 - 7:30pm.
The seminar is the fourth in a series of seminars called the History of the Psychological Disciplines. The series is hosted by the BPS History of Psychology Centre in conjunction with University College London.
During the presentation the speaker, Matei Iagher (University College London) will give a brief overview of some of the key points of the psychology of religion, as it was practised in the United States, France and Switzerland, and will place the movement within the context of wider debates about the nature and function of the science(s) of religion(s) at the turn of the century.
Registration is not required and for more information please contact Sonu Shamdasani at UCL. The seminar takes place at the Arts and Humanities Common Room (G24), Foster Court, Malet Place, University College London from 6-7:30pm on Monday 15 February.
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