Dates: March 30-April 2nd
Location: Florida State University, Tallahassee FL
FSU's 5th Annual Graduate Student Symposium of Religious Studies
Keynote Speaker: M. Cathleen Kaveny, University of Notre Dame, will
speak on "Prophecy and Casuistry: Abortion, Torture, and Moral
The Department of Religion at Florida State University encourages
graduate students from around the country to submit papers that engage
this year's theme, "Religion, Politics, and Law."
Submissions are encouraged from all graduate students in religion or
other fields with interdisciplinary interest in the study of religion.
We are open to a variety of approaches, with particular interests in
papers pertaining to the following subfields: 1) Religion, Ethics, and
Philosophy; 2) American Religious History; 3) Religions of Asia; 4)
Religions of Western Antiquity.
Submission of an abstract (roughly 300 words) is required for review.
Abstracts must be accompanied by a C.V. or a submission form,
Deadline for submissions is January 27th.
Please submit abstracts or any questions to Kelly Baker or Michael
Pasquier via email at
For more information about the conference, please visit our website,
Kelly Baker or Michael Pasquier
Florida State University
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