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Welcome to the Religious Education Association, an Association of Professors, Practitioners, and Researchers in Religious Education. We meet and work together to advance substantive research, probing scholarship and practical approaches to religious education, particularly through our journal Religious Education and our scholarly monograph series Horizons in Religious Education.

The REA Board’s Steering Committee recently issued this statement on the mosque attack in Christchurch, NZ:

  • Please help to publicize our conference! (posted on 18 April 2019 in CFP, Events, Meetings, and Members)

    The deadline for responding to the CFP for our upcoming November meeting in Toronto is May 1st. One way to help publicize the meeting is to share our most recent eREACH, which has details about the various plenaries. We have also made flyers available that you can download and print to post.

  • 2nd Int'l Conference on Catholic Religious Education (posted on 28 March 2019)

    A “date claimer” has just been released, asking people to hold February 11-14, 2020 for the second international conference on Catholic Religious Education. More details are available in a flyer that can also be shared.

  • REA Statement on the Mosque Attack in Christchurch, NZ (posted on 27 March 2019 in Statements)

    Today the Steering Committee of the Board of the Religious Education Association issued a statement on the mosque attack in Christchurch, NZ. We urge you to share it widely.

  • REA2019 Proposal Submission Process now open (posted on 15 March 2019 in CFP, Events, and Meetings)

    The electronic submission process for REA2019 is now open! Please make sure to read the guidelines for submission carefully before beginning your proposal. Let’s share this out widely — remember that people do not need to be members of the Association to make a proposal (although they will need to join if their proposal is accepted).

  • CFP for Bloomsbury Handbook on Religious Education in the Global South (posted on 21 February 2019)

    The Bloomsbury Handbook of Religious Education in the Global South is seeking chapter proposals. They define the Global South as including the following regions: Africa, Middle East, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean. The call for chapter proposals invites educationists, scholars, practitioners and other stakeholders involved with or concerned about policy, theory and practice ...

  • IIIT's Call for Research Proposals (posted on 16 February 2019 in CFP)

    IIIT’s Advancing Education in Muslim Societies (AEMS) is an initiative whose empirical research goal is to promote socio-emotional learning and value-based education in Muslim communities in North America and around the globe. AEMS empirical research follows a three- year cycle of funded research priorities situated within the above area. Currently they are soliciting proposals on ...

  • CFP for THEOCOM19 (posted on 15 February 2019 in CFP)

    The call for papers has just been issued for THEOCOM 19, which is an annual symposium-style gathering of theologians and other scholars around the topics of digital culture and communication. This summer, July 21-23, it will focus on how faith formation is shaped by digital culture. Deadline for proposals is March 30th.

  • REA Board statement on REA2018 (posted on 13 February 2019)

    Today the Board of the Religious Education Association has issued a formal statement on feedback received in relation to REA Annual Meeting 2018.

  • New ecumenical studies degree at Bonn (posted on 5 February 2019 in Members and Resources)

    Bert Roebben, past-president and program chair of the REA, is pleased to announce a new degree in ecumenical studies that his university — Universität Bonn — is offering. We rejoice with him in this new learning opportunity!

  • CFP for ARC conference (posted on 17 December 2018 in CFP)

    A reminder that a response to the call for papers for the upcoming ARC (theopoetics) conference is due January 7th.

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