Religion and Civil Society

Religious Identity and Practices

Daniel Moulin investigates the place of religion in the modern educational system, in particular in Great Britain, using qualitative, statistical, and ethnographic research methods. He is especially interested in the ways in which religion informs the identity and self-understanding of adolescents, and the ways in which religious affiliation and identity are perceived and received in modern societies.  He studies also the practice of peregrination and the religious symbolic exchange that happens in that practice. He studies particularly the Camino de Santiago.

Main Researcher

Montserrat Herrero
Institute for Culture and Society

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