Fwd: [GRAD-R] Call for papers - Columbia Conference 2005

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Subject: [GRAD-R] Call for papers - Columbia Conference 2005
Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2004 13:48:47 -0500

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Columbia University
Graduate Student Association
Department of Religion

CALL FOR PAPERS:
Spring 2005 Conference

“Identity, Representation, and Narrative in the Studies of Religion”

Dates: March 31-April 1, 2005
Location: Columbia University
Keynote Speaker: Robert Orsi, Harvard, 2003 President of the
American Academy of Religion and author of "Between Heaven and
Earth: The Religious Worlds People Make and the Scholars Who Study
Them" (2004)

The Religion Department of Religion at Columbia University is
soliciting papers for its forthcoming 2005 conference.  The
conference will focus on methodological and theoretical issues
applied to the studies of religions, specifically concerning the
ways in which religious identities are conceptualized, recorded,
and represented in both practice and academic discourse.

Featured Presentations:
-Mark Taylor, Williams College and Columbia University, author of
"Confidence Games" (2004), on the future of identity politics in
religious studies.
-Religion and Media in the United States
-The History of Religious Studies at Columbia University

**Possible panels include, but are not restricted to:
Religious Identity in/during/through Migration
Identity and Conversion
“The History of the History of Religion”
Hagiography and Biography
Lived Religion as Methodology
Psychology as Analytical Lens
Intertextuality
Religion and Media

Submissions must be no longer than 10 pages (20 minute presentation
length).  Complete panel proposals in keeping with the theme will
also be considered.
Deadline: December 20th, 2004.

Submissions and information:
Rosemary Hicks
rrh2103 at columbia.edu

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