FIELD NOTES: “Religion, Migration, Mutation” – Call for Panels and Papers is Now Open

European Association for the Study of Religions Annual Conference,

Liverpool Hope University.

3rd-6th September 2013

The 12th EASR Annual Conference will be hosted by the British Association for the Study of Religions at Liverpool Hope University, 3-6 September 2013.

The conference theme will be RELIGION, MIGRATION, MUTATION.

The conference invites papers and panels  that examine what happens to religious beliefs and practices when they are displaced, and what occurs to religions when new cultural practices interact with them. The focus on transformation is not only to be taken in connection with movements of people but papers are invited that deal with the issue of mutation in the broadest sense and we invite scholars from different disciplines to participate in the conference. RELIGION, MIGRATION, MUTATION is the 13th annual conference of the EASR and the second to be organised in collaboration with the BASR (British Association for the Study of Religion).

Panels will be 2 hours long and consist of 4 speakers (papers should be no more than 25 minutes long, allowing a 20 minute discussion period). Proposals should include Panel/Papers information: title, abstract for the panel and the individual papers (150 words), any unusual IT required, list of chair, panellists, and abstracts for both the panel and the individual papers.

Individual papers are welcomed.

Submission deadline: 1st June 2013

Proposed Papers and Panels should be sent to the Conference Administrator (Sara Fretheim): frethes@hope.ac.uk

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