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#naasr2017 Program Announcement: The Things we Study when we Study Religion

Note: This post originally appeared here on the NAASR website. Following NAASR’s annual programs in 2015, devoted to theory, and 2016, on method, the program for 2017 will focus on the things that we, as scholars of religion, study. What, for instance, counts as data? … Continue reading

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NAASR Membership, the Bulletin, and Access to Religious Studies Resources

‘Tis the season when academics renew their memberships or take out new membership in the various academic associations that we join to not only further our research and network with colleagues, but also to declare our professional identities (yes, which … Continue reading

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NAASR Membership and the Bulletin for the Study of Religion: An Important Announcement and a Personal Reflection

  By Philip L. Tite As the editor of the Bulletin for the Study of Religion, I am delighted to share the recent announcement that Equinox Publishing (our publisher) and the North American Association for the Study of Religion (NAASR) … Continue reading

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NAASR 2013 Annual Meeting, Baltimore

NORTH AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF RELIGION 2013 ANNUAL MEETING, BALTIMORE Executive Council Meeting Fri, Nov 22, 8:30-10am—Hilton Baltimore, Calloway B “Is There a Religious Mode of Production?: Economic Aspects of Sacrifice and Related Behaviors Fri, Nov 22, 10am-12:30pm—Hilton Baltimore, … Continue reading

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