Stay tuned: REA2021 going online

Stay tuned for more details, but please note that today the REA Steering Committee decided to move our REA2021 full meeting online, due to continuing concerns with COVID-19. The deadline for proposals was shifted to January 31st, so keep in mind that your paper/panel/etc. will now need to take place in an online space. More […]

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REA 2020 Postponed

After careful consideration of all of the issues, the REA Steering Committee has decided to postpone our annual meeting to July 6-9, 2021. In doing so we realize there are many things that will have to change, but we feel very strongly that the REA community does its best work — both in scholarship and

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REA COVID-19 update

As the world struggles to respond to the challenges arising from COVID-19, REA wants you to know that we, too, are seeking to respond in ways that are faithful to our commitments and mission. It is not yet clear whether we will be able to hold our full meeting in person in November, but whatever the future holds

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Proposal process now open

We are excited to announce that the submission process for proposing Research Interest Group papers, collaborative sessions, and poster presentations is now open and available for our 2017 Annual Meeting in St. Louis. Please remind people that you do not have to be a member to make a proposal, but once your proposal is accepted you must be

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REA Board condemns travel restrictions, chooses conference venues

“We, the Board of the Religious Education Association, an international organization made up of scholars and practitioners of multiple faiths, are deeply concerned by recent actions of the Trump Administration that express racism and religious intolerance.” Please read our full statement on travel restrictions and future conference venues.

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