A lot is happening around the religious education community. These are the latest events from our REA news stream, just click on a headline for more information. If there is an event you think the rest of the community would like to know about, just email it to us for consideration. Thanks!

  • REA2019 Call for Proposals deadline has been extended to May 15th (posted on 4 May 2019)

    Coexistence in Divided Societies: Pedagogies of the Sacred, of Difference, and of Hope. The deadline to respond to the call for proposals for the Religious Education Association Annual Meeting has been extended to May 15th. The meeting will take place in Toronto, Ontario, 1-3 November 2019. Our theme this year is “Coexistence in Divided Societies: ...

  • European Network of Animal Studies in Theology (posted on 25 April 2019)

    The European Network of Animal Studies in Theology announces a conference that will take place September 24-26 in Dortmund, Germany. Many more details available online. There is also a flyer available to share.

  • Please help to publicize our conference! (posted on 18 April 2019)

    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.

  • REA2019 Proposal Submission Process now open (posted on 15 March 2019)

    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).

  • 3rd CES/WRERU Islamic Education Summer School (posted on 4 June 2018)

    The dates (3-5 September 2018) and application details have been released for the Third International Islamic Education Summer School at Warwick. The Summer School is open to all researchers and educators who are interested in developing their understanding of the educational culture and pedagogic practice within Muslim communities and their interaction with wider social and educational ...

  • Proposal deadline extended to May 15th (posted on 1 May 2018)

    The deadline for proposing RIG papers, collaborative sessions, and posters, has now been extended to May 15th. Please note that all submissions must be made through our online system.

  • REA exhibit at Yale Divinity library (posted on 11 April 2018)

    Many of us will be traveling to Yale these next few days for the Association of Practical Theology meeting. Whatever reason might take you to that area, be sure to stop by the Yale Divinity School library and enjoy the special exhibit there of REA history. YDS is the institutional repository of REA archives, and ...

  • IASYM 2019 theme announced (posted on 9 April 2018)

    The International Association for the Study of Youth Ministry has announced the theme for their 3-6 January 2019 conference in Durham, UK: identity and agenda for youth ministry. More information is available online.

  • Int'l Conference on Children's Spirituality (posted on 6 February 2018)

    The International Association for Children’s Spirituality and the Faculty of Theology and Religious Sciences of Université Laval are very pleased to announce the 16th International Conference on Children’s Spirituality, Quebec City, 24-27 July 2018. The conference will interest practitioners and researchers coming from a diversity of disciplinary, cultural, and professional backgrounds, who are concerned with the ...

  • 2018 Cátedra at Garrett (posted on 23 January 2018)

    Join the community at Garrett-Evangelical for their annual 2018 Cátedra Paulo Freire, March 14-15. The theme this year is “Resistencia: Contesting Racist Legacies,” and the keynote speaker is Dr. Donaldo Macedo. Macedo is a professor of English and a distinguished professor of liberal arts and education at the University of Massachusetts Boston. His work with Paulo ...

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