Religious believers were some of early adopters of radio and innovators in cable programming. Within the last twenty years, the internet has again changed how people worship, build religious community, and receive and engage religious instruction. Now, social networking is again reshaping the American religious experience. Panelists are sought for a panel on the roles that technologies have played in American religion for the upcoming American Studies Association Annual Meeting, to be held in Baltimore, Maryland, October 20-23, 2011. Historical and contemporary topics both encouraged. Submissions are encouraged to address the conference theme “"Imagination, Reparation and Transformation." Potential presenters should send a 250 word abstract of their presentation, including a title; a one-page CV; and details about needed audio-visual support to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 10, 2011.
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