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AAR — Comparative Approaches to Religion and Violence Group, Baltimore, 2013

  2013 Panels: November 23-26 Baltimore, MD  The mission of the AAR Comparative Approaches to Religion and Violence Group (CARV) is to foster interdisciplinary analyses and methodologies for the expanding field of religion and violence. In our inaugural year at … Continue reading

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Field Notes: New AAR Program Unit Proposal – Comparative Approaches to Religion and Violence.

To foster interdisciplinary approaches to and comparative religion analyses in the study of religion and violence we are seeking AAR member signatures to support the creation of a new Program Unit:  “Comparative Approaches to Religion and Violence.” At the 2012 … Continue reading

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