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MaterialReligion Nov 18
So many good papers on material religion at the . Psst, we know of a really great journal that might be interested in publishing your work.
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David M Krueger, PhD Nov 18
“The doctrine of America First is a theological heresy for Christians.”
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OnScript Podcast Nov 21
The OnScript hosts together at . Exciting things are brewing ... stay tuned & thx for listening. We love doing this!
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Nicole Karapanagiotis, Ph.D. Nov 17
Honored to have received the Helen Crovetto Award today at for excellence in the study of new religious movements with ties to South Asia. Also, my article was featured in the Novo Religio journal brochure, which is pretty sweet. Great day!
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Sheldon Steen Nov 19
Uber driver: So what was this conference about? Me: Well, a lot of different things but I do ancient history. Uber: Oh, cool. Have you ever seen that ancient aliens show? Pretty wild stuff. Me: ...
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Michael J. Altman Nov 19
One year I'll go the the AAR and attend all of the plenary's and panels I usually avoid but treat them as ethnographic field work.
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Am Acad of Religion Nov 20
Thank you to everyone for a wonderful Annual Meeting in Denver! Safe travels home.
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Linn Marie Nov 20
Didn't get to see it myself but a friend was kind enough to send me a picture of the sold-out Queer Theology book at
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Meira Kensky Nov 19
Bears. Bibles. Battlestar Gallactica.
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Audrey Nissly Nov 20
Replying to @audreynissly
We need to support with our bodies (showing up) and our voices (CITING!!!!) while also discerning when to shut the hell up
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flissina Nov 17
clear your programme at on Monday at 1pm for this book review session which I am excitedly preparing to chair: hear authors Robin Jensen & Steven Fine respond
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Simran Jeet Singh Nov 17
Let’s make a list of all our favorite religion scholars and journalists. Comment below with people we should be following!
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Carrie Schroeder Nov 20
On the plane home from I read a remarkable article by David Brakke in this volume in honor of Melissa Harl Sellew
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Audrey Nissly Nov 20
Replying to @audreynissly
LOTS of talk about deconstructing white, cis, male, elite spaces here but not a lot of support at sessions putting those things on the ground in our field
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S Brent Plate Nov 20
Takeaways from : -Public scholarship gains momentum (though there are many publics) -Gender panel parity improving (though still a fair share of mansplaining) -Interreligious work is here to stay (though plenty of divides b/n scholars-activists) -Denver is dry
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Corey L. Williams Nov 24
One of my academic mentors, Prof. Jacob Olupona, receiving the 2018 Martin E. Marty Award for the Public Understanding of Religion.
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Andrew McGowan Nov 19
From would-be scholars in the audience who think every issue is about their text or person, Good Lord deliver us...
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Daniel White Hodge Nov 19
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Dr Anna Fisk Nov 18
Delighted to see my book Sex, Sin and Our Selves is at on the stand. Have a flick through if you're interested in using autobiographical narrative in academic projects, esp on feminism and mental health in religion and literature.
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Andrew Mark Henry Nov 19
Tears in the audience’s eyes after describes her “separation” from Wheaton. This panel on public religion scholars is raw. Personal stories of death threats, rape threats, and our institutions not protecting their public scholars.
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