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CFP for ARC conference

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

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CFP: Bloomsbury Handbook of Religious Education in the Global South

Edited by Yonah H. Matemba (University of the West of Scotland, UK) and Bruce Collet (Bowling Green State University, USA) with the assistance of sections editors (tbc), this book welcomes critical papers that address both the confessional and post-confessional landscape … Continue reading

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CFP: Interrogating Self-Care: Bodies, Personhood, & Movements in Tumultuous Times

The graduate students from nine universities of the Boston-area Consortium for Graduate Studies in Gender, Culture, Women, and Sexuality present a biannual interdisciplinary conference entitled Interrogating Self-Care: Bodies, Personhood, & Movements in Tumultuous Times to be held at MIT on … Continue reading

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2019 Cátedra Paulo Freire announced

Garrett Evangelical Seminary is pleased to announce the upcoming Cátedra Paulo Freire, with keynote speakers Peter McLaren and Daniel Schipani, for March 14-15, 2019. More details are available online, and please share their flyer widely.

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Grant requests on Social Justice and Civic Engagement

The Wabash Center is seeking grant proposals for projects that are focused on pedagogies that encourage students to critically consider issues of public engagement and social action in relationship to the understanding of religion.

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CFP: Greek Journal of Religious Education

Greek Journal of Religious Education  is an open access, peer-reviewed and refereed international journal published by KAIROS- – Greek Theological Association for the improvement of the Religious Education. It publishes original research and review articles without a fee. The main … Continue reading

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CFP: Advancing Education in Muslim Societies

Call for Submissions The International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT), a private non-profit, academic institute headquartered in Virginia, USA is calling for book-length manuscripts to be published by IIIT or jointly with Indiana University Press under its newly launched Advancing … Continue reading

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“Love Your Neighbor,” books from the Association of Jewish Libraries

The Association of Jewish Libraries presents “Love Your Neighbor,” a series of book recommendations for youth meant to grow readers’ understanding of the Jewish religion and its people. The first book list in the series, “Standing Up For Each Other,” … Continue reading

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REA Statement on the synagogue attack in Pittsburgh

Today the Steering Committee of the Board of the Religious Education Association issued the following statement. We urge you to share it widely. REA Statement on the Synagogue Attack in Pittsburgh The Religious Education Association (REA) is shocked and saddened … Continue reading

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Dynamics of Disaffiliation and Clues for Our Responses

Saint Mary’s Press Research Group and the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate published Going, Going, Gone in 2017 (Winona, MN: Saint Mary’s Press). Through a survey and in-depth personal interviews of disaffiliated young people (ages 15-25) who had … Continue reading

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