Religion in history: conflict, conversion and coexistence - Audio http://deimos3.apple.com/WebObjects/Core.woa/Browse/itunes.open.ac.uk-dz.4179377118.04179377120 The Open University Religion in history: conflict, conversion and coexistence - Audio Religion & Spirituality The Open University en no The Open University 2009 b.hawkridge@open.ac.uk The coexistence of multiple religious communities has been a source of both opposition and diversity since the very foundation of human civilization. This album explores the interaction of competing communities in compelling depth, highlighting periods and cities that experienced turbulence, and occasionally harmony, from such an intermingling of beliefs and ideas. A huge historical range, from the very beginnings of early Christianity to modern-day Africa, is rigorously examined in cultural, social and ideological terms. This material forms part of The Open University course AA307 Religion in history: conflict, conversion and coexistence. true Religion in history: conflict, conversion and co-existence A short introduction to this album. A short introduction to this album. A short introduction to this album. http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/aa307-religion-in-history/audio/aa307intro.mp3 Fri, 07 Aug 2009 00:40:27 GMT The Open University 0:00:57 no Religion & Spirituality The Open University no 1 Transcript -- Religion in history: conflict, conversion and co-existence Transcript -- A short introduction to this album. A short introduction to this album. A short introduction to this album. http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/aa307-religion-in-history/transcript/aa307intro.pdf Fri, 07 Aug 2009 00:40:26 GMT The Open University 0:00:00 no Religion & Spirituality The Open University no 2 Christianity in context Professor David Chichester casts an illuminating eye over the global history of Christianity, from its early rise to modern expansions and prominence in Africa and America. Professor David Chichester casts an illuminating eye over the global history of Christianity, from its early rise to modern expansions and prominence in Africa and America. Professor David Chichester casts an illuminating eye over the global history of Christianity, from its early rise to modern expansions and prominence in Africa and America. http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/aa307-religion-in-history/audio/aa307religion-in-history01.mp3 Fri, 07 Aug 2009 00:39:27 GMT The Open University 0:32:12 no Religion & Spirituality The Open University no 3 Transcript -- Christianity in context Transcript -- Professor David Chichester casts an illuminating eye over the global history of Christianity, from its early rise to modern expansions and prominence in Africa and America. Professor David Chichester casts an illuminating eye over the global history of Christianity, from its early rise to modern expansions and prominence in Africa and America. Professor David Chichester casts an illuminating eye over the global history of Christianity, from its early rise to modern expansions and prominence in Africa and America. http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/aa307-religion-in-history/transcript/aa307religion-in-history01.pdf Fri, 07 Aug 2009 00:39:26 GMT The Open University 0:00:00 no Religion & Spirituality The Open University no 4 Byzantine and late Roman religions From the 3rd to the 7th Century, many religious groups experienced expansion and growing interaction, creating an illuminating clash of cultures, ideas and beliefs. From the 3rd to the 7th Century, many religious groups experienced expansion and growing interaction, creating an illuminating clash of cultures, ideas and beliefs. From the 3rd to the 7th Century, many religious groups experienced expansion and growing interaction, creating an illuminating clash of cultures, ideas and beliefs. http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/aa307-religion-in-history/audio/aa307religion-in-history02.mp3 Fri, 07 Aug 2009 00:38:27 GMT The Open University 0:20:06 no Religion & Spirituality The Open University no 5 Transcript -- Byzantine and late Roman religions Transcript -- From the 3rd to the 7th Century, many religious groups experienced expansion and growing interaction, creating an illuminating clash of cultures, ideas and beliefs. From the 3rd to the 7th Century, many religious groups experienced expansion and growing interaction, creating an illuminating clash of cultures, ideas and beliefs. From the 3rd to the 7th Century, many religious groups experienced expansion and growing interaction, creating an illuminating clash of cultures, ideas and beliefs. http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/aa307-religion-in-history/transcript/aa307religion-in-history02.pdf Fri, 07 Aug 2009 00:38:26 GMT The Open University 0:00:00 no Religion & Spirituality The Open University no 6 The crusades From the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Cambridge, Professor Jonathan Riley-Smith discusses the cultural and historical context of the crusades, why they occurred, and the inconsistencies in modern interpretation. From the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Cambridge, Professor Jonathan Riley-Smith discusses the cultural and historical context of the crusades, why they occurred, and the inconsistencies in modern interpretation. From the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Cambridge, Professor Jonathan Riley-Smith discusses the cultural and historical context of the crusades, why they occurred, and the inconsistencies in modern interpretation. http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/aa307-religion-in-history/audio/aa307religion-in-history03.mp3 Fri, 07 Aug 2009 00:37:27 GMT The Open University 0:29:54 no Religion & Spirituality The Open University no 7 Transcript -- The crusades Transcript -- From the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Cambridge, Professor Jonathan Riley-Smith discusses the cultural and historical context of the crusades, why they occurred, and the inconsistencies in modern interpretation. From the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Cambridge, Professor Jonathan Riley-Smith discusses the cultural and historical context of the crusades, why they occurred, and the inconsistencies in modern interpretation. From the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Cambridge, Professor Jonathan Riley-Smith discusses the cultural and historical context of the crusades, why they occurred, and the inconsistencies in modern interpretation. http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/aa307-religion-in-history/transcript/aa307religion-in-history03.pdf Fri, 07 Aug 2009 00:37:26 GMT The Open University 0:00:00 no Religion & Spirituality The Open University no 8 The Bengal Renaissance The 19th Century was a turning point in Indian religious and cultural history, with colonial expansion providing education and a hybridisation of East and West. This lively discussion tracks these changes and their legacy. The 19th Century was a turning point in Indian religious and cultural history, with colonial expansion providing education and a hybridisation of East and West. This lively discussion tracks these changes and their legacy. The 19th Century was a turning point in Indian religious and cultural history, with colonial expansion providing education and a hybridisation of East and West. This lively discussion tracks these changes and their legacy. http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/aa307-religion-in-history/audio/aa307religion-in-history04.mp3 Fri, 07 Aug 2009 00:36:27 GMT The Open University 0:38:34 no Religion & Spirituality The Open University no 9 Transcript -- The Bengal Renaissance Transcript -- The 19th Century was a turning point in Indian religious and cultural history, with colonial expansion providing education and a hybridisation of East and West. This lively discussion tracks these changes and their legacy. The 19th Century was a turning point in Indian religious and cultural history, with colonial expansion providing education and a hybridisation of East and West. This lively discussion tracks these changes and their legacy. The 19th Century was a turning point in Indian religious and cultural history, with colonial expansion providing education and a hybridisation of East and West. This lively discussion tracks these changes and their legacy. http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/aa307-religion-in-history/transcript/aa307religion-in-history04.pdf Fri, 07 Aug 2009 00:36:26 GMT The Open University 0:00:00 no Religion & Spirituality The Open University no 10