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The CISH Poznan Conference will take place on 23–29 August 2020.

Posted by on November 13, 2019 in Conferences, News | Comments Off on The CISH Poznan Conference will take place on 23–29 August 2020.

The CISH Poznan Conference will take place on 23–29 August 2020.

CIHEC will have three sessions at the CISH Poznan Conference and will meet from August 23-29, 2020 in Poznan, Poland.    Three calls for papers have been issued with deadlines in November 2019. RHA members are encouraged to submit proposals. The individual calls for papers can be downloaded below: Religious Tolerance and Religious Violence (DOCX) – Deadline: November 15, 2019 Religion and Gender (DOCX) – Deadline: November 30, 2019 Religion and Totalitarianism (DOCX) – Deadline: November 30,...

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Application for RHA Workshop Funding 2020

Posted by on June 24, 2019 in News, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Application for RHA Workshop Funding 2020

Application for RHA Workshop Funding 2020

Application for RHA Workshop Funding 2020   The Religious History Association invites applications for grants to support the study and publication of religious history.     Funding of up to $5000 is available to support a workshop to be held in 2020 that advances the purposes of the Religious History Association: * to promote and advance the study of religious history in Australia * to promote the study of all fields of religious history * to encourage research in Australian religious history * to publish the Journal of...

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Mansfield Prize 2018 – Suzanne K. Kaufman

Posted by on June 4, 2019 in Members/Contributors News & Posts, News | Comments Off on Mansfield Prize 2018 – Suzanne K. Kaufman

Mansfield Prize 2018 – Suzanne K. Kaufman

  The Religious History Association has decided to award the Mansfield Prize for 2018 (awarded to the best article published in the Journal of Religious History) to SUZANNE K. KAUFMAN “Les Miraculées de Lourdes: Sacred Celebrities in the Age of Mass Spectacle” published in the December 2018 (vol 42).     The adjudication committee (Katharine Massam, Shurlee Swain and Constant Mews) makes the following statement about the article of Suzanne Kaufman, Associate Professor at Loyola University, Chicago: It examines the promotion of...

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