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Recent Content

CFP: Edited volume on the history of the Order of Preachers in the United States Since the 1870s

Dominicans on Mission

Call for Papers

The Mary Nona McGreal OP Center for Dominican Historical Studies, Dominican University, River Forest, IL facilitates the research of the history of the Order of Preachers in the United States. This historical enterprise is commonly known as Project OPUS. 

Announcement: CIS Biennial Conference in Philosophy, Religion and Culture, October 3-5, 2014

The Catholic Institute of Sydney's Biennial Conference in Philosophy, Religion and Culture will take place 3 - 5 October 2014.

Theme: FAITH AND THE POLITICAL

The Provisional Timetable and the list of Proposed Papers is available on the website:

http://www.cis.catholic.edu.au/news-a-events/biennial-conference

CFP: IAHR (Erfurt, Germany, 23-29 August 2015) Panel: Pentecostalism and Charismatic Christianity in Southeast Asia: Church – Nation – World

CFP: IAHR (Erfurt, Germany, 23-29 August 2015) Panel: Pentecostalism and Charismatic Christianity in Southeast Asia: Church – Nation – World
NEW DEADLINE: CFPIAHR (Erfurt, Germany, 23-29 August 2015)

http://www.iahr2015.org

2015-2016 Fellowship Competition at the USHMM

Accepting applications September 1–November 30, 2014

The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies
awards fellowships on a competitive basis to support significant research
and writing about the Holocaust. We welcome proposals from scholars in all
relevant academic disciplines, including history, political science,
literature, Jewish studies, philosophy, religion, sociology, anthropology,
comparative genocide studies, law, and others.

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