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Field Note: Critical Theory and Discourses on Religion #CTDR15 November 20-24, 2014, Atlanta, GA, AAR

Statement of Purpose: This Group seeks to provide a forum in which scholars of religion from a wide range of disciplines can examine and question their disciplinary presuppositions. The work of this Group can be placed under three main rubrics: … Continue reading

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A is for Adjunct, Part 1

by Kate Daley-Bailey For part 2, see here. “Hello, my name is Kate and I am an adjunct.” Crowd’s unenthusiastic response… “Hi, Kate…” This is the cliché introduction which members of Alcoholics Anonymous use when greeting new inductees. While I … Continue reading

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The Religious Life Stories Project

By Suzanne Degnats We do ourselves and religious study generally a disservice when we assume stereotypical unities that do not exist, and at the same time overlook phenomenological unities that do. Narratives are windows into the real worlds in which … Continue reading

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