The Florida State University Department of Religion is pleased to announce its eighth annual Graduate Student Symposium, to be held February 20-22, 2009 with Dr. Russell McCutcheon as the keynote speaker. Graduate students are invited to submit proposals engaging this year’s theme, “Identity, Boundaries and Movement in Religion.” Topics may include but are not limited to: mirroring, pilgrimage, sectarianism, migration of ideas and peoples, and inter-religious dialogue. Other papers relevant to the study of religion are also welcome under an open call.
Submissions are encouraged from all graduate students in religion or other fields with interdisciplinary interest in the study of religion. We welcome 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. Presentations should be approximately 15 to 20 minutes in length and will have faculty responses at the conclusion of the panel. An award will be given for the best paper.
Submission of an abstract (roughly 300 words) is required for review. Abstracts must be accompanied by a CV.
Proposals should be sent by e-mail to Lauren Gray at firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE DEADLINE FOR PROPOSAL SUBMISSION HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO DECEMBER 17, 2008. Final papers should be submitted by January 15, 2008.
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