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Canon and the Analytical Study of Religion, SORAAAD 2015

Canon and the Analytical Study of Religion, SORAAAD 2015 Friday, November 20, 12:45-5:15 p.m. Atlanta, GA “…in any given society, the social practices of reading and writing are systematically regulated. The social effects of this regulation are produced, therefore, by … 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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North American Association for the Study of Religion (NAASR): An Interview with Russell McCutcheon

1. For readers unfamiliar with NAASR, could you briefly outline its history and its general aims? Russell McCutcheon: The North American Association for the Study of Religion—of which the Bulletin and thus this blog are representative publications, along with Brill’s quarterly … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: Redescribing Early Christianity, The SBL Annual Meeting Atlanta, Georgia, November 21-24

Call for Papers: Redescribing Early Christianity. The SBL Annual Meeting Atlanta, Georgia,  November 21-24 Deadline:  Thursday, March 5, 2014, 5:00 PM EST, through http://www.sbl-site.org Call for Papers: The Redescribing Early Christianity unit is organizing two sessions that address issues associated with the … Continue reading

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Better get to know the AAR’s Comparative Approaches to Religion and Violence group

Editor’s note: “Better get to know” a program unit, working group, or organization is a new feature with the Bulletin that aims to engage with various religious studies groups in the critical-historical and analytic theoretical traditions. Ipsita Chatterjea: Thank you for … Continue reading

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Field Note: AAR: Comparative Approaches to Religion and Violence CFP and the Journal of Religion and Violence

Call for Papers 2015 PDF  We are proud to announce that the Comparative Approaches to Religion and Violence has joined with the Journal of Religion and Violence. Future submissions to the AAR program unit will be considered for publication in … Continue reading

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SBL – Metacriticism of Biblical Scholarship: November 21-25, 2014, San Diego, CA

SBL – Metacriticism of Biblical Scholarship November 21-25, 2014, San Diego, CA Metacriticism of Biblical Scholarship critically evaluates suppositions in and underlying biblical scholarship, including how an explicitly non-religious approach differs from what is even now represented as historical-critical scholarship, … Continue reading

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