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What’s in a name, a name rearranged? Part 2

by Stacie A. Swain Note: Note: This post originally appeared on the Practicum: Critical Theory, Religion, and Pedagogy blog. For part one, see here. Words matter.[i] When I began to understand deconstruction as a method, I felt like I no longer knew how to speak (I’m … Continue reading

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Religious Diversity: Transitions, Intersections, Flashpoints, and Institutions

The following is the introduction to the March 2016 issue of the Bulletin for the Study of Religion (the full table of contents having already been posted), written by Lori Beaman (University of Ottawa), who is the director of the … Continue reading

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Now Published – Bulletin for the Study of Religion 45.1 (March 2016)

The March issue of the Bulletin has now been published and is available. Below is the table of contents of this issue, which includes a set of papers arising from the Religion and Diversity Project; a major, seven-year research endeavor … Continue reading

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Towards a psychology of nonreligion within a psychology of religion?

Note: This post initially appeared on the American Psychological Association blog. Thomas J. Coleman III, David F. Bradley, & Alex Uzdavines Today’s psychology of religion has deep historical roots in the version of Protestant Christianity popular in the late 19th … Continue reading

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CFP for the Religion, Affect, and Emotion Group at the Annual AAR Conference, San Antonio, 2016

Statement of Purpose: This Group provides space for theoretically-informed discussion of the relationship between religion, affect, and emotion. The Group serves as a meeting point for conversations on the affective, noncognitive, and passional dimensions of religion coming from diverse fields, … Continue reading

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Religion, Media and Culture Group CFP: American Academy of Religion Annual Conference, San Antonio, 2016

The Religion, Media, and Culture Group invites individual presentations, paper/multimedia research presentation sessions, and roundtable proposals on the following themes: 1) Media, Secularity/Non-religion, and the Performance of Secularities (possible co-sponsorship) 2) Religion in digital spaces 3) Religion, Data Mining, Digital … Continue reading

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Who Gets to Play in the Sandbox? Debating Identities, Methodologies, and Theoretical Frameworks

The following is the editorial introduction to the December 2015 issue of the Bulletin for the Study of Religion (the full table of contents having already been posted). We offer this editorial here on the blog in order to give … Continue reading

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