CALL FOR PRESENTERS: 2021 INTERNATIONAL SIMULATION THEORY eCONFERENCE DATES: March 20–21, 2021 The Global Center for Religious Research (GCRR) is hosting the 2021 International Simulation Theory eConference, which will bring together scholars, specialists, and philosophers from all over the world to discuss the different problems, proofs, and solutions in current simulation theory. The purpose of this multidisciplinary virtual conference is to advance the scientific and philosophical understanding of how the simulation hypothesis may or may not answer important cosmological, metaphysical, and even theological questions plaguing humanity.
Updated CFP: Invitation to Contribute to Religions Journal Special Issue “Exploring Atheism” with APC Waiver
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Call for Papers: Antisemitism in the Fourth Gospel (Book Anthology)
BOOK: Studies in Religious Trauma: Causes, Manifestations, and Treatments
With an increase in academic programs related to viniculture and brewing science, the time is ripe for contributions from the humanities and social sciences. We believe the theories and methods of religious studies have important contributions to offer studies of alcohol. Thus, we seek to bring together scholars from across disciplines to examine the historical, social, ritual, economic, political and cultural relationship between religion and alcohol across time periods and around the world. The goal of the workshop is to create an edited volume with broad appeal that will advance research on religion and alcohol. Submissions: To submit a proposal for consideration, please email an abstract of approximately 250 words and a brief C.V. (2 pages) to firstname.lastname@example.org. The title of your abstract should be your last name and be sent as a PDF. The subject line of the email should appear as follows “Holy Waters.” The deadline to submit is October 1, 2021. Those selected for inclusion will be notified by the organizing committee by October 11, 2021.
The Global Center for Religious Research (GCRR) is hosting the 2021 International eConference on Sex, Eroticism, and Religion, which will bring together erotic book authors, historians, philosophers, specialists, and students from all over the world to discuss the latest in a very taboo subject
The Global Center for Religious Research (GCRR) is hosting the 2nd Annual International eConference on Atheism, which will bring together authors, social-scientists, historians, philosophers, specialists, and students from all over the world to discuss the theme of "God and Suffering."
The purpose of this call for articles is to roll out this American Voices Project (AVP)-based qualitative analysis by opening up the AVP dataset to qualified scholars and analysts. We welcome research on the many topics—including health, poverty, politics, protest, employment, coping, and anomie—that the AVP interviews can assist in understanding.