Conference on the Bible in American Life

Bryan Bibb drew attention to a conference that will be taking place here in Indianapolis this summer, which he will be presenting at. It is hosted by the Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture at IUPUI. The conference schedule is online. The plenary address by Mark Noll, “The Bible: Then and Now,” [Read More...]

God and Doctor Who with James McGrath

Ben Howard has posted an interview I did with him and his co-host for their On Pop Theology podcast. Click through to listen and enjoy the conversation! [Read more...]

Review of Sacred Space by Douglas E. Cowan

I am grateful to Baylor University Press for sending me a free review copy of Douglas E. Cowan’s magnificent book, Sacred Space: The Quest for Transcendence in Science Fiction Film and Television. I cannot believe how long it has taken me to get around to reviewing it. But there is a good reason. This is [Read More...]

Call for Papers: Navigating the Sacred and Profane in American Popular Culture

CALL FOR PAPERS Fifth Annual Religions in Conversation Conference Claremont Graduate University School of Religion Conference Date: Friday, February 24, 2012 Location: Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA The School of Religion at Claremont Graduate University invites papers on the relationship between religion and popular culture. We encourage submissions based on our theme: “Navigating the Sacred [Read More...]

“Magic is Might” Conference at Hogwarts: Call for Papers

Via TheoFantastique, I learned of a call for papers for a conference on Harry Potter. Here are the details: The Harry Potter series has become a publishing phenomenon that has captured the imagination of children and adults all over the world. The stories created by J.K. Rowling have inspired extensive multidisciplinary academic discussion, ranging from [Read More...]

LOST Conference

Nik at Nite posted a reminder about the conference on the TV show LOST scheduled to take place October 6th-8th, 2011 in New Orleans, in conjunction with the annual meeting of the Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association in the South. The deadline for proposals of papers is June 30th 2011. Click through for more information [Read More...]


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