Category Archives: CFP
The Wabash Journal has a call for papers out right now on “teaching in the context of mental health issues.” Papers are due September 15th, and inquiries should be directed to Thomas Pearson.
Seattle University invites people to apply for an interreligious exploration of homelessness in a collaborative program of research. Details at their website.
Bi-annual International Conference of the Society for the Study of Christian Spirituality (SSCS) 28-29 June 2017 Kappel, Switzerland Announcing its third biannual conference, the Society for the Study of Christian Spirituality (SSCS) warmly welcomes its members to a meeting in … Continue reading
The Wabash Journal announces a new call for papers for a special issue on games and learning in religion and theology. The deadline for submission is September 2017, and our networking coordinator Mary Hess is guest editing.
The African American Intellectual History Society (AAIHS) invites proposals for its second annual conference scheduled to take place at Vanderbilt University on March 24-25, 2017. Proposals are due on November 15, 2016. A brief excerpt, but please visit their site for the full Call: … Continue reading
Race/Related and The New York Times are partnering with the PBS documentary series POV to offer a creative filmmaker, video star or technologist an opportunity to pitch and produce an innovative project dealing with race or ethnicity. It would be … Continue reading
Magnum, known for its work in documentary photography, is leading a new project which will collaborate with interdisciplinary teams to produce in-depth and experimental projects on religion. The CFP notes: In our current environment of increased sectarian conflict, it is more … Continue reading
The symposium on ‘Childhood, Faith and the Media’ is a plenary of the Leverhulme Trust-funded ‘Faith on the Air: a religious educational broadcasting history’ project at the University of Worcester. This one-day conference will provide an opportunity to engage in research-informed … Continue reading
Brill announces a new series — Theology in Practice — edited by Bonnie Miller McLemore and Elaine Graham, and with our own editor, Joyce Mercer, as a member of the editorial board. The series promises to: explore and reconstruct the centers and … Continue reading
The “Arbeitsgemeinschaft Katholische Religionspädagogik und Katechetik” (AKRK – Association of Scholars in Catholic Religious Education and Catechetics) is an international association of religious education scholars from German-speaking countries, working at universities, teachers’ colleges, theological academies and similar institutions. Researchers from … Continue reading