Research in Religious Studies Conference Call for Papers

From Jim Linville:

The Religious Studies Department, at the University of Lethbridge, will present the 10th Annual Research in Religious Studies Conference on May 5 – 6, 2012.

The conference provides undergraduate and graduate level students with the opportunity to present papers on the history, belief, practices, cultural contexts, and artistic or literary expressions of any religious tradition.  Proposals for papers from any discipline within the academic fields of the humanities and social science are welcome.

The conference is open to students from any educational institute at any point in their educational career.  Although we encourage PhD students to attend, we are particularly seeking papers by undergraduate and masters level students.

Papers will be selected on basis of abstracts submitted. Click here to submit your abstract. And if you need some help:  How To Write An Abstract.

Click through for additional details about the conference and its history, and/or contact the Conference Coordinators at rrsconference@uleth.ca (or  individually, Dr. James Linville, Coordinator  - james.linville@uleth.ca, and Bev Garnett, Administrative Assistant, RELS - bev.garnett@uleth.ca)

The keynote speaker will be none other than yours truly, and the topic will be…Religion and Science Fiction! And so Jim Linville made this image:


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