The Religious Studies Project has disseminated a Call for Papers on behalf of Per Smith in the hope of creating a group within the American Academy of Religion yearly program that discusses topics such as irreligion, nonreligion, and secularism.
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The Religion Graduate Students’ Association of Columbia University is accepting proposals for its eighth annual conference, Pray, Kill, Eat: Relating to Animals across Religious Traditions. The conference will take place Friday, April 20, 2012, at Columbia, with keynote speakers Wendy Doniger (University of Chicago) and Kimberly C. Patton (Harvard Divinity School). Details below.
A call for papers for a conference on “Thinking the Absolute” at Liverpool Hope University in the UK, June 29–July 1, 2012, co-sponsored by the Association for Continental Philosophy of Religion.
The journal Practical Matters is now seeking submissions for the Spring 2012 issue on Violence and Peace. Practical Mattersis an online, multimedia, transdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal designed to ask and provoke questions about religious practices and practical theology. Multimedia and interdisciplinary works are especially encouraged. The submission deadline is September 1, 2011.
A call for papers for the NYU Classics Graduate Student Conference (Dec. 3, 2011): “Ancient Aitia: Explaining Matter between Belief and Knowledge.”
The U.S. Institute of Peace’s Religion and Peacemaking Center, Georgetown University’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs, and the World Faiths Development Dialogue have issued a Call for Papers for a September 2011 symposium entitled “Women, Religion, Conflict and Peace: Exploring the Invisible.”
The Institute for Colonial and Postcolonial Studies (University of Leeds) is issuing a call for papers for “Empowerment and the Sacred,” an interdisciplinary conference to be held June 24-26, 2011.
On April 7-9, 2011, Syracuse University will host a conference on “the future of continental philosophy of religion,” featuring plenary addresses by John D. Caputo, Philip Goodchild, and Catherine Malabou. The organizers have a issued a call for papers, which are to be submitted by December 15, 2010.