Author Archives: Atwaters, Sybrina

Summer Research Colloquium: The Role of Religion in Social Movements

Spend the month of July in New York working on a research or writing project related to the theme, “The Role of Religion in Social Movements,” with access to libraries and research facilities at Columbia University, Union, Auburn, and Jewish … Continue reading

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Renew your REA membership today!

It is time to renew your REA membership for the 2012 calendar. Remember, renewing early ensures that you receive all of the benefits of membership throughout the entire year.  Your 2012 membership is valid from January 1 through December 31. Regardless of … Continue reading

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REA new publishing series HORIZONS IN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

The Religious Education Association proudly announces a new book publishing series HORIZONS IN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION, published in cooperation with Wipf and Stock Publishers

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Summer 2012 NEH Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities, Call for Proposals

The Virtual Center for Spatial Humanities (VCSH), a multidisciplinary collaboration among Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis (IUPUI), Florida State University, and West Virginia University, is pleased to announce an NEH Advanced Institute for summer 2012 designed to advance exploration of key … Continue reading

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Call for Papers, Religion and Education

Religion & Education invites manuscripts addressing the Fiftieth anniversary of the Supreme Court’s 1963 ruling of the companion cases of School Districts of Abington Township v. Schempp and Murray v. Curlett (Abington). Abington, when combined with the Court’s 1962 judgment … Continue reading

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Call for Papers, Cultural Sustainability, Social Cohesion and Glocal Education

Conveners: Zvi Bekerman – Hebrew University of Jerusalem, School of Education, The Melton Centre Miriam Ben Peretz – University of Haifa, Department of Education David Zisenwine – Tel Aviv University, The Kelman Center Modern education systems function to build social … Continue reading

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2011 Proceedings Available for Review

Please take a moment to download papers to review in preparation for the 2011 Annual Meeting. 2011 Proceedings are listed in alphabetical order by author’s last name.

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We Mourn the Death of Dr. Peter L. Benson

We mourn the death of Dr. Peter L. Benson, president and CEO of Minneapolis-based Search Institute. Dr. Benson passed away on Sunday October 2, 2011, after a valiant struggle with cancer. Dr. Benson is one of the world’s leading authorities … Continue reading

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US Residents may opt to fly into Buffalo, NY instead of Toronto

Conference attendees from the United States may choose to fly to Buffalo NY and drive into Canada for the Conference. Check out Dean Blevins’ post for more details regarding transportation and passports

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Early registration extended to Oct. 7…Special rate for accommodations ends Oct. 11

Early Registration for the 2011 REA:APPRRE Annual meeting has been extended to October 7. Visit the REA conference webpage to view more details, ncluding: schedule information, breakout sessions, accommodations, and the online registration form. You do not want to miss this … Continue reading

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