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Mar 6, 2019
Please find the Call for Papers for our Autumn Conference 2019 here.
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Upcoming conferences:

 

NGG Autumn Conference, 30 October - 1 November 2019, Groningen

Religion and the Production of Difference

It is well established within the field of religious studies that what is studied as “religion” today may not have been labeled as such in the past. Additionally, phenomena that contemporary scholars of religion study may not self-identify as religious. Despite these contested categories, “religion” has become an accepted category in societies around the world. It is a label to be claimed or rejected, or otherwise related to (for example, by those who call themselves ‘spiritual but not religious’); a phenomenon to be fought against or fought for; a societal actor that can claim rights within particular legal frameworks, regulated by various forms and levels of governance, or a superstitious holdover that should be argued out of existence. 

Reflecting these tensions in the identification of religion, this conference calls for panels that examine religion in relation to the production of difference at various levels of society

 

Deadline call for papers: 1 June 2019.

More information can be found here.

 
 

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