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Challenges, Perspectives, and Directions in the Study of Religion: Reassessing Theoretical and Professional Assumptions

The following is the introduction to the March 2017 issue of the Bulletin for the Study of Religion (the full table of contents having already been posted). Although our publisher has kindly made this introduction freely available, we offer this editorial here on … Continue reading

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Now Published – Bulletin for the Study of Religion 46.1 (March 2017)

We are pleased to announce the publication of the March 2017 issue of the Bulletin for the Study of Religion in both online and in print formats. This issue brings together a set short presentations of current theoretical work going … Continue reading

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Announcing Bulletin Book Reviews!

The editors of the Bulletin for the Study of Religion are delighted to announce that we are launching a new book review project. Although the Bulletin has not had a traditional book review section, it has published review essays and … Continue reading

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“Gender” in/and the Study of Religion

by Stacie Swain How might one approach “gender” and the study of religion, or “gender” in the study of religion? What follows is a critical engagement with how “gender” can intersect with becoming a “scholar”, drawing upon my own experience thus … Continue reading

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A Warm Welcome to a New Addition to the Bulletin’s Staff: Stacie Swain as New Co-Editor of the Blog

We are delighted to welcome Stacie Swain to the editorial board of the Bulletin for the Study of Religion. Over the past year, Adam Miller has been working with Matt Sheedy to oversee the daily work on our blog and … Continue reading

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Critical Theory and Discourses on Religion Group: Call for Papers, 2017 AAR/SBL

Critical Theory and Discourses on Religion Group: Deadline March 1, 2017 Call for Papers For 2017 AAR/SBL Annual Meetings in Boston 2017 is the anniversary of several key works in critical theory. The Critical Theory and Discourses on Religion Group … Continue reading

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Religion, Affect, and Emotion Group: American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, November 2017, Call for Papers

Statement of Purpose This Unit provides space for theoretically-informed discussion of the relationship between religion, affect, and emotion. The Unit 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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