Welcome to the latest RSP opportunities digest, where you will find details of five conferences, a new journal and some free Webinars.
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Welcome to the latest RSP opportunities digest, where you will find details of four conferences, two journal calls for papers, and notices about a funding opportunity and two jobs. We also have three items of news to pass on.
First of all, the Religious Studies Project Association (the organisation behind the
Welcome to the latest RSP opportunities digest, where you will find three calls for papers, details of two conferences, and notices about assistant editor positions, funding, and an assistant professorship.
This digest is sponsored by the postgraduate taught programmes in Religious Studies at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. Many of the RSP team have been through the Edinburgh RS programme, which comes highly recommended.
Please see today’s digest for details of 9 conferences/events, 2 scholarships, 3 jobs, and a journal call for papers. Enjoy!
Apologies for the continued sporadic nature of these RSP opportunities digests. Please see below for details of 8 conferences/events, 3 jobs, and a funding opportunity in the study of religion. Enjoy!
Apologies for the brief hiatus in RSP opportunities digests. Please see below for details of a symposium, 4 conferences and 5 jobs in the study of religion. Enjoy!
We’re delighted to announce some exciting new opportunities to join the RSP team.
First of all, we are looking to increase our pool of interviewers. We need interviewers in North America, and especially in Asia, Africa, and other regions that have been under-represented on the RSP to-date. Our interviewers typically record
“What is my duty as somebody that studies human rights and religion? It is to bring these conversations to light, and lend my expertise to my elected officials. However, we cannot wait to have a seat at this table, but we must create it.”
We are pleased to bring you this week’s opportunities digest and would like to express our gratitude to everyone who has submitted calls for papers, event notifications, job vacancies, etc. This week’s digest has been compiled by Chris, while Jane enjoys a well-earned holiday.
The RSP will be returning to your ears on Monday with a jam-packed season of excellent podcasts from the BASR Annual Conference, ASR Annual Meeting, SISR/ISSR Conference, the XXI IAHR World Congress, and more. In anticipation of this, we have some exciting news for you… (those of you who follow
We are pleased to bring you this week’s RSP opportunities digest! Jane is on ‘holiday’ this week, so the digest has been compiled by Chris – please forgive any omissions, repetitions, or errors! I’ll leave it to Jane to pick up from here…
We would like to thank everyone who forwarded
The RSP collaborated with Society for the Scientific Study of Religion at their 2014 Annual Meeting in Indianapolis to offer and video record an interdisciplinary panel on the study of religion. Each of the papers presented are not only from different fields in the study of religion but also methodologically or theoretically apply an interdisciplinary approach. The authors represent the best in their fields. Some are established scholars with a body of work while others are up-and-coming talent.
“By shifting attention to the performance of religion, neuroscience might help understand the processes in the brain which support or bring forth such practices. This could then lead to better understandings of the workings of memory, the invocation of ‘religion’, and the relations between these, without essentialising strategies.”
Readers will have to excuse any deficiencies in the content or presentation of this week’s digest. Jane is enjoying a well-deserved week off, so this week the Opps Digest comes to you from the keyboard of Chris. He isn’t quite as awesome as Jane, nor
Over the past two-and-a-half years, the RSP Team have become increasingly aware that the podcasts and other resources that we disseminate are being used in a variety of interesting, innovative and unexpected ways in the teaching of Religious Studies, both by ‘students’ and their ‘teachers’, and at all levels of