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A response to “The BASR and the Impact of Religious Studies”
By Jonathan Tuckett

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A panel on the public impact and engagement of Religious Studies/Study of Religion/s led by committee members of the British Association for the Study of Religions, including Dr Stephen Gregg (Wolverhampton), Dr Christopher Cotter (Edinburgh), Dr Suzanne Owen (Leeds Trinity), Dr David Robertson (The Open University) and Dr Steven Sutcliffe (Edinburgh).

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Calls for papers
BASR: Religion Beyond the Textbook

September 5–7, 2016

University of Wolverhampton, UK

Deadline: May 31, 2016

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First International Congress of the Chilean Society for the Sciences of Religions: Dialogue, Education and Religious Tolerance

May 23–26, 2017

Concepción, Chile

Deadline: August 30, 2016

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The Reception of the Church Fathers and Early Church Historians, c.1470-1650

September 23, 2016


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Bettina Schmidt and David Wilson organised a series of panels at the 2014 BASR Conference in Milton Keynes on the topic of “Studying Non-Ordinary Realities”, as part of the conference’s “Cutting Edge” sub-theme. We managed to make time to get Bettina and David, along with panel participants Fiona Bowie and RSP

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“If, as [Douglas Pratt] is contending, we don’t want the “metaphysical dimension” and “stories” of religion at the personal as well as societal level, this is not persistence; this is a new phenomenon altering centuries of evolving theological trajectory.”

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Borders, Boundaries and Transgressions: within and between religions

University of Winchester, UK

5-7 September 2012

Keynote speakers are Prof Douglas Pratt, University of Waikato, New Zealand and Prof Douglas Davies, University of Durham, UK.

Scholars of religion and religions are invited to submit paper proposals related to the topic. The question of what religion

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