Making Religious Spaces in Contemporary Japan, a panel sponsored by the Society for the Study of Japanese Religions, is one of over forty panels taking place at 7:30AM on Saturday, April 2, 2011. The organizers and presenters of Panel 413 would like to encourage everyone to consider attending, despite the early time. The session will provide educators and scholars with new perspectives on the creation and adaptation of Japanese religious spaces in the 20th and 21st centuries. The subject matter and the use of video and other media will make for a relatively unconventional set of presentations that should yield useful information for research as well as high school, undergraduate, and graduate classrooms. There will also be a door prize from Kyoto and morning refreshments.
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