The series is interested in studies that take seriously the ways in which religion shapes the educational experience and is equally concerned with thinking back through certain religious languages, discourses and practices that might make new kinds of critiques of the educational project differently possible. As such the series is, rhizomatically we might suggest, rooted […]
The PAPERS System is now open for proposal submissions for the 2022 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion. See the full Call for Papers to read unit-specific calls and for additional details on how to submit. The deadline for the Call for Proposals is Tuesday, March 1, 2022, 5:00 PM Eastern Standard Time. Meeting […]
Editors: Elizabeth Saylor, Aaron Bodle, Lisa Buchanan, Sohyun An, Elizabeth Bellows Working Title: Religion, the First Amendment, and Public Schools: Stories from K-12 and Teacher Education Classrooms In the collective memory of the land that we now call the United States of America, Pilgrims came to the “New World” seeking many things, one of the most salient pursuits […]
The National Museum of Asian Art has two exciting contract opportunities available. Please see the attached Requests for Quote and Statements of Work for a Curriculum Writer and Education Design Specialist at the National Museum of Asian Art throughout your networks. About the contracts Curriculum Writer: The Contractor (Curriculum Writer) shall provide researching and writing […]
We invite you to develop proposals for the 2022 Comparative and International Society Annual Conference reflecting one of the SIG’s key focus areas, or another unique area that fits within the purview of religion and education.
This Special Issue (SI) of the British Journal of Religious Education (BJRE) interrogates how Religious Education (RE), as an academic subject, engages with debates on genders, sexualities and religion, including non-religious stances.
Interreligious Studies Press, an imprint of the Journal of Interreligious Studies, co-published by Hebrew College, Boston University School of Theology, and Hartford Seminary, seeks to produce an edited collection of essays concerning curricular, co-curricular, and extra-curricular interreligious/interfaith engagement in secondary education and community youth organizations.
The National Council for the Social Studies is accepting proposals for the 2021 Annual Meeting (Minneapolis, Nov. 19-21). This year’s theme is “Solidarity in Social Studies.”
The Society for the Scientific Study of Religion (SSSR) and the Religion Research Association (RRA) are now accepting proposals for the 2021 Annual Meeting.
As conventional in-person regional and national conferences have been suspended due to the COVID-19 crisis, the three Northeastern regions of the American Academy of Religion are partnering to host a Virtual Symposium as an all-day event on April 9, 2021.