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Five Religious Studies Faculty Members on the Program of the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion in Boston, November 18-21

Posted on November 1, 2017

Joy Bostic will be a panelist in an exploratory session entitled “Spiritual but Not Religious: A Roundtable Discussion on the Past, Present, and Future(s) of Research”
Brian Clites will be a panelist in a session on “the Anthropology of Catholicism: A Roundtable on Method, Challenges, and Opportunities”
Timothy Beal will be the respondent in a session on “Monsters, Monster Theory, and Religion”
Justine Howe will be presiding over a session on “Islamophobia, the Body, and the State in Contemporary Europe”
Jonathan Tan will be the respondent in a session on “Asian American Secularities: Race, Religion, and the Secular in Chinese North American Communities”
Further information or about these events and the American Academy of Religion is available here.
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