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The Study of Religion and Responses to Terrorism: Paris, Beirut and Beyond, Part 2

by Stephanie Frank This is the second post summarizing a panel discussion entitled “The Study of Religion and Responses to Terrorism: Paris, Beirut and Beyond,” held at the 2015 annual meeting of the American Academy of Religion in Atlanta. For … Continue reading

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The Study of Religion and Responses to Terrorism: Paris, Beirut and Beyond, Part 1

by Stephanie Frank Deeply concerned by events unfolding immediately before the American Academy of Religion’s (AAR) 2015 annual meeting in Atlanta, Todd Green and I put together a panel addressing the terrorist attacks in Beirut and Mali. Despite the necessarily … Continue reading

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6 Theses on “Christian” and “Muslim” Terrorism in America

by Matt Sheedy The recent murders outside of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs, CO, at the hands of Robert Lewis Dear, produced a spate of familiar narratives in the media, such as the state of his mental health, his … Continue reading

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NAASR Annual Meeting, Atlanta, 2015

NAASR’s 2015 program, which will take place in Atlanta, GA (with most panels on either Friday November 20 or Saturday November 21—though scheduling is still to take place), is intended to create opportunities for specialists from across our field, all … Continue reading

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Juggling It All: Tips on Research and Writing, Part 1

Craig Martin: I find myself to be a creature of habit when it comes to the spaces in which I do work: I write on my couch at home, read on the back porch, grade papers in the dining room, … Continue reading

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North American Association for the Study of Religion: 2014 Annual Meeting, San Diego

Friday, November 21—Monday, November 24 Friday Exectuive Council Meeting 8:30 AM-9:20 AM—Hilton Bayfront-Aqua Boardroom Author Meets Readers: Elizabeth Pritchard’s Religion in Public: Locke’s Political Theology 9:30 AM-12:00 PM—Hilton Bayfront-303 This panel brings together scholars from different fields to discuss Elizabeth Pritchard’s … Continue reading

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