2022 Annual Meeting

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Call for Papers - Society for the Anthroplogy of Religion 2023 Biennial Conference

The Society for the Anthropology of Religion (SAR) is hosting its 2023 Biennial Conference in Victoria, BC., May 12-14. This conference will examine the many ways religion, religious practices, and religious rationalities inflect upon putatively non-religious domains of social life. Go to https://sway.office.com/RI2deMObMaFPrYyr?ref=Link to access the full details for this Call For Papers, as well as submission protocols.

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Glenn Family Chair in Philanthropy

The Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, located in Indianapolis, Indiana, invites nominations and applications for a visionary scholar to serve as a faculty member in the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy.

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International and Interdisciplinary Master's Program "Religion, Ethics, and Politics"

The tense relationship between religion and politics is one of the most important social issues of our time. Societal and scientific debates on the topic have been triggered by increasing religious pluralization, changing moral concepts, but also globalization and migration. How tolerant should societies be of religious groups and their rituals and practices? What values, such as equal rights for women and men, should not be open to discussion? What possibilities exist for cooperation between the state and religious communities and where is potential for conflict? How does religiousness or non-religiousness affect our identity? These are concrete sample questions that the Master's program, Religion, Ethics, and Politics, deals with.

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