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Professor of Sociology

University of Exeter

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Exeter, Devon,EX4 4QN

United Kingdom

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Staff profiles - Sociology, Philosophy and Anthropology - University of Exeter

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Professor Grace Davie
Professor of Sociology


Religion in Britain | Gladys Ganiel | Page 2

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Grace Davie - Religion in Britain: A Persistent Paradox, Book Review
Grace Davie's 1994 book, Religion in Britain since 1994: Believing without Belonging, has become a classic in the sociology of religion and its memorable subtitle has even filtered into the popular consciousness.


Theos Think Tank - Clear thinking on religion and society

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Grace Davie, Professor Emeritus in the Sociology of Religion, University of Exeter


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Grace Davie
Grace Davie is Professor Emeritus at the University of Exeter. Her research interests lie in patterns of religion in Europe, and how to conceptualise them. How are we to make sense of the growing significance of religion in the modern world with tools and concepts that have emerged (largely) from the 'exceptional' European case? She is also interested in the interactions between religion and welfare, healthcare and law, and their implications for sociological thinking about religion. Her books include Religion in Britain since 1945: Believing without Belonging (1994), Europe: the Exceptional Case (2002) and most recently Religion in Britain: A Persistent Paradox (2015)


Reports | ISA Research Committee 22

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We need your help commenting on a paper, which we - Grace Davie (University of Exeter, UK) and Nancy Ammerman (Boston University, US), and a team of twelve have prepared for the International Panel on Social Progress.


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