2024 Annual Meeting

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The Louisville Institute is excited to announce NEW and UPDATED opportunities for the 2025 grant and fellowship season. As part of renewed funding, LI will continue to support pastoral leaders, researchers, early career and seasoned scholars, and many others in the United States and Canada whose work resonates with LI’s mission to bridge Church and academy. LI has reimagined many of the existing programs and expanded funding to allow for a greater impact. We are also excited to announce a NEW opportunity: Grant for Researchers. We have six funding opportunities available for 2025.

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Open Theology - Call for Section Editors

An open access journal Open Theology published by De Gruyter (https://www.degruyter.com/journal/key/opth/html) invites applications for Section Editors for the following sections: - Psychology of Religion - Sociology of Religion - Philosophy of Religion - Biblical Studies - Patristics

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Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Religion

Religion has been taught at Otago for over fifty years. From 2019, Religion has been an independent programme within the School of Social Sciences. Currently, there are three full-time academic staff, and two part-time staff members who contribute to the teaching programme. Our programme offers BA and BA (Hons) degrees in Religious Studies, as well as research degrees (MA and PhD). Minors in Religious Studies and in Buddhist Studies may be included in almost any degree, and one-year diplomas endorsed in Religious Studies are offered for graduates in other disciplines. Students may study on campus or by distance. The role/Te mahi The Religion Programme at the University of Otago invites applications for the position of Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Religion.

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