Children and Spirituality
Children and Spirituality
Call for Papers for an edited volume
Litany in the Arts and Culture
ABC-CLIO is seeking authors to write short books for a new series, "Religion in Politics and Society Today." Each book is around 70,000 words and examines a broad topic related to the intersection of religion, politics, and contemporary society. Intended for advanced high school students and undergraduates, each book provides a short overview essay, chronology, 40 to 50 encyclopedia entries, and an annotated bibliography. Possible volume topics include:
The Historical Society of the Episcopal Church invites applications from individual scholars as well as academic and ecclesiastical groups for grants to support significant research, conferences, and publications relating to the history of the Episcopal and Anglican churches in North America, the worldwide Anglican Communion, and the Church of England. Grants are usually modest, generally $1,000-$2,000, though more or less may be awarded depending on number of awards and amount of funds available.
The Intermountain West Journal of Religious Studies, affiliated with the Religious Studies program at Utah State University, is seeking article submissions from undergraduate and graduate students. Published annually, each issue features a variety of topics relating to the academic study of religion.
The Journal is also seeking potential book reviewers. Students with experience in religious studies or related fields are encouraged to contact the journal for a current list of books.
SOCIETY BANQUET TO FEATURE MANROSS LECTURE
Scholars and artists are invited to submit essays, artist statements, interviews, book reviews, and performance reviews for Ecumenica’s first issue as a publication of Penn State University Press. Es- says may concern any topics that involve performance, religion, and India. In the vein of performance studies, we welcome scholarship on theatre, performance art, and also the activity of religion, includ- ing ritual, pilgrimage, festival, devotional practice, etc. We also welcome work on relevant theory and religious concepts, such as rasa and bhakti.
Call for Research Papers
Prabuddha Bharata is a monthly English journal devoted to the social sciences and the humanities started in 1896 by Swami Vivekananda and is in its 123rd year now. The January 2019 issue of Prabuddha Bharata will be on the theme Thoughts on Yoga. One can submit a paper on any aspect of Yoga philosophy for this special issue with a 250-word abstract. The word range is 3000-6000 and the last date is 31 August 2018.
Please join us for a public lecture on Monday, April 30, 4:30 pm, Princeton University, Jones Hall, Room 202. Lucia Dolce (SOAS University of London) will speak on "A (Presumably Chinese) Tantric Scripture and Its Exegetical Practices: The Yuqijing in Medieval Japan." This special lecture marks the inauguration of The Numata Visiting Scholar and Program Fund, Princeton University.