Appel à communications : 2014 Annual Meeting, Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, JW Marriott, Indianapolis (Etats-Unis), 31/10-02/11/2014 — LIMITE : 31/03/2014

2014 Annual Meeting Call for Papers
Society for the Scientific Study of Religion
October 31-November 2, 2014
JW Marriott, Indianapolis, Indiana

Building Bridges

SSSR’s current web site notes:

The Society for the Scientific Study of Religion was founded in 1949 by
scholars in religion and social science. Its purpose is to stimulate and
communicate significant scientific research on religious institutions
and religious experience. Scholars from all fields of study who are
interested in the scientific exploration of religion are invited to join
the Society. Membership in the Society for the Scientific Study of
Religion gives scholars the opportunity to share their research and
ideas with other scholars.

Our theme for the 2014 conference is ³Building Bridges² between all
those interested in the study of religion. This includes any disciplines
that focus upon the study of religion as well as scholars from the
widest possible geographical and cultural areas. Our intent is to build
bridges between disciplines and cultures that have become isolated and
communicate only among themselves and not to others with similar
interests but from different perspectives. Suggestions for contributions
include:

· the study of religion in diverse cultures and regions (Eastern,
Central Europe, Asia, South America, etc.)

· the study of religion within diverse faith traditions (Islam,
Christianity, Paganism, NRMs, etc.)

· inter-disciplinary studies of religion (religious studies & the social
and behavioral sciences, etc.)

· new disciplines that study religion (cognitive science, evolutionary
psychology, etc.)

· methodology interaction in the study of religion (quantitative,
qualitative, creative, etc.)

· the study of non-belief and atheism

All session and paper proposals must be submitted via the on-line
submission system that will be available on the SSSR¹s web site,
http://www.sssrweb.org <http://www.sssrweb.org/> . In addition to the
session proposer¹s full
contact information, a session proposal requires a session title and an
abstract of not more than 150 words describing the goal of the session
and how the proposer expects the session to contribute to scientific
knowledge about religion. Individual paper proposals require the name(s)
of the author(s), first author¹s full contact information, an abstract
of not more than 150 words that succinctly describes the question(s)
motivating the research, the data and methods used, and what the paper
contributes or expects to contribute to the knowledge or understanding
of religion. PLEASE NOTE NEW POLICY ON PREREGISTRATION OUTLINED BELOW.

Submissions Open: February 03, 2014 (see http://www.sssrweb.org
<http://www.sssrweb.org/> )

Submissions Close: March 31, 2014

Decision Notification: April 30, 2014

In 2014, the SSSR/RRA Annual Meeting will require all program
participants to preregister for the meeting, and to pay the
non-refundable fees, by May 31, 2014.  For submitted papers, the
presenting author must pre-register, although co-authors not attending
the meeting are not required to do so.  For submitted sessions, the
organizer and all presenters must pre-register and pre-pay.  Online
registration will open immediately after decision notifications are
emailed.  Those presenters and organizers who do not preregister will be
dropped from the program.

Please direct questions to: Ralph Hood (UTC), Program Chair
(Ralph-Hood@utc.edu)

Co-chair for Asia-Pacific region: Alphia Possamai-Inesedy
(Alphia.Possamai@uws.edu.au)

Co-Chair for Western, Central, and Eastern Europe: Elisabeth Arweck
(Elisabeth.arweck@warwick.ac.uk)

Special assistant for developing sessions on Islam: Besheer Mohamed
(BMohamed@PewResearch.org)

Graduate Student Representative: Christopher F. Silver
(Christopher-Silver@utc.edu)


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