Date of Event:
Wednesday, September 9, 2015 - 12:00am
University Center Room 303
“Collaborations: Directions in the Study of Religion” is a conference designed to engage and discuss how scholars representing various perspectives in the academic study of religion handle approaching popular topics of inquiry – such as tradition, experience, and origins. Among the presentations and dialogue, these “popular topics” will serve as a thematic entrée that cuts across areas of study and data to enable a lively discussion about how such concepts are handled in the broader field and our own work in particular. The proceedings from this conference will be published and featured in a later edited volume.
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