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.
Call for papers for a Conference on TIME and TEMPORALITY in the Asian and European Modernity In India on 14-16 February 2019 +++ Deadline for submission of Abstracts: 18 June 2018 +++ Full Papers 31 Dec 2018 (www.efluniversity.ac.in) The Department of Germanic Studies, and the Department of English Literatures, EFL University, Hyderabad, India are organising a conference on Time and Temporalities in academic collaboration with the University of Vechta in the middle of February 20
Translations have played an outsized role in Jewish history and culture, reflecting the importance of texts, their transmission, and the multilingualism of Jewish cultural life.
Call for Papers (CfP)
Deadline: Friday, June 1, 2018.
Religion and Migration has become an important area of study, yet remains diverse. Research in this area has expanded as audiences become more interested in the topic. Transnational migration calls into question the relationship of religion in the diaspora. Religious identities are changing in the face of pluralism and multiculturalism. This volume will examine universalist ideas of religion, as well as constructed ideas of religion, in the global world.