Q Conference

Mark Goodacre mentioned a conference in Denmark in June 2015, “Gospel Interpretation and the Q‐Hypothesis.” I’m not sure whether I’ll be able to make it, but it certainly looks like it is likely to be fantastic, and will at least want to read the papers from the conference when they are published. Call for papers“Gospel Interpretation [Read More...]

The Ultimate Call for Abstracts: The Ultimate Star Trek and Philosophy

There’s a call for abstracts for chapters for a multi-author volume, which I know I’m interested in offering a proposal for, if I think I can find the time to write it by the deadline. It is for The Ultimate Star Trek and Philosophy. The “X and Philosophy” books are delightful. I love the subtitles many [Read More...]

Muted Voices

There is a call for papers for a conference to be held at the University of Durham in 2015. The title is “Muted Voices,” and it is focused on non-Pauline and non-Johannine epistles from the early Christian centuries. Of related interest, Larry Hurtado pointed out that the journal New Testament Studies has made a number of articles [Read More...]

Apocryphal Call for Papers

Tony Burke shared this call for papers on his blog: York University Christian Apocrypha Symposium Series 2015 “Fakes, Forgeries, and Fictions” Writing Ancient and Modern Christian Apocrypha September 24-26, 2015 We are pleased to announce the third of a series of symposia on the Christian Apocrypha hosted by the Department of the Humanities at York [Read More...]

AAR and SBL CFP

This is just a reminder that the deadline for the call for papers for both the American Academy of Religion and the Society of Biblical Literature is March 5th. I think that means that you have until the end of the day today, rather than the end of the day tomorrow (UPDATE: The AAR deadline [Read More...]

First Conference on Heresy Studies

I recently came across this call for papers that some readers may be interested in: First Conference of the International Society for Heresy Studies May 30-31, 2014 full name / name of organization: International Society for Heresy Studies contact email:  Gregory T. Erickson (gte1@nyu.edu) Deadline for conference proposals extended to March 1st, 2014! The International [Read More...]

The Scientific Study of Religion: Building Bridges in Indianapolis

I was struck to see this call for papers for an academic conference on religion here in Indianapolis: 2014 Annual Meeting Call for Papers Society for the Scientific Study of Religion October 31-November 2, 2014 JW Marriott, Indianapolis, Indiana Building Bridges SSSR’s current web site notes: The Society for the Scientific Study of Religion was [Read More...]

AAR Call for Papers (Traditions of Eastern Late Antiquity)

The American Academy of Religion call for papers for the 2014 annual meeting is now live, and it includes a brand new program unit which I co-chair. Here are the details. Click through to submit a paper proposal! Traditions of Eastern Late Antiquity Group Statement of Purpose: This program unit focused on Late Antiquity in [Read More...]

Blogger and Online Publications SBL CFP

The SBL call for papers for the 2014 annual meeting is now live on the website. Here is the one for the program unit I chair: BLOGGER AND ONLINE PUBLICATION Program Unit Type: Section Accepting Papers? Yes Call For Papers: The 2014 Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature will be held November 22-25 in San Diego, [Read More...]

CRSF CFP

Glyn Morgan shared the latest call for papers for the 2014 conference on Current Research in Speculative Fiction at the University of Liverpool. Here it is in picture form. Click through for more details! [Read more...]

Time, Space, and Faith: Religion and Doctor Who (Conference Announcement and Call for Papers)

Time, Space, and Faith: Religion and Doctor Who John Rylands Library, University of Manchester, 2nd November 2013 Doctor Who is a cultural phenomenon in both the UK and the United States, continuing to go from strength-to-strength as it celebrates its 50th anniversary in November 2013. Over the show’s long history on television—and in various spin-off [Read More...]


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