International eConference on Religion and the Holocaust

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Type: 
Conference
Date: 
June 1, 2020
Subject Fields: 
Religious Studies and Theology, Modern European History / Studies, Jewish History / Studies, Holocaust, Genocide, and Memory Studies, Human Rights

2020 International eConference on Religion and the Holocaust

 

The Global Center for Religious Research (GCRR) is hosting the 2020 International eConference on Religion and the Holocaust. The purpose of this 3-day virtual conference is for academics, researchers, professionals, students, and the general public to discuss religion's involvement leading up to, during, and after the Holocaust. This year’s international academic conference will unite both established and new scholarship in order to promote important and unexplored fields in Holocaust studies. The goal is to ensure that lessons from the Holocaust remain relevant to the study of religion today. And because the conference is held online, scholars and students can attend from the comfort and safety of their own home at lower costs without having to worry about travel and lodging expenses.

 

Here are the details:

August 14, 2020, 10:00 AM – August 16, 2020, 4:00 PM MDT

Online links to be provided.

 

Call for Presentations!

Religious and/or Holocaust specialists, as well as researchers, professors, graduate students, and other scholars are encouraged to submit abstract proposals (200-500 words) to present at this year’s International Holocaust and Religion academic conference. All research presentations will then be published in an upcoming supplemental issue of the peer-reviewed academic journal, Socio-Historical Examination of Religion and Ministry (SHERM). Presenters can also feature and promote their own publications during the conference for free!

 

Abstract Proposal Deadline: June 1st, 2020

 

Presentation Guidelines:

Presentations can take any number of forms, including hosting a discussion panel, interviewing a survivor or specialist, presenting a research paper, teaching a classroom lesson, or leading a workshop. We ask that presenters adhere to the following stipulations:

 

  • Time length for lectures, paper presentations, and classroom lessons: between 20-45 minutes
  • Time length for discussion panels, interviews, and workshops: between 20-90 minutes
  • All presentations will require at least a 30-minute Q&A session at the end for attendees to engage the presenter.

For more details on the conference and how to submit a proposal, visit: gcrr.org/2020holocaustandreligionconference

Contact Info: 

GCRR President, Dr. Darren M. Slade

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