Call for Papers
Some Additional Meetings post Call for Papers before the AAR Annual Meeting. The calls are administered outside the AAR office. Please read the Call carefully for deadlines and direct all questions to the contact listed.
To post your own Additional Meetings Call for Papers, please make an Additional Meeting Request (coming soon).
Call for Papers:
Association of Practical Theology Call for Papers, Baltimore Meeting, 2013
Deadline: April 22
The Association of Practical Theology's additional annual meeting at AAR focuses on pedagogy in or through practical theology. With this lens, we invite proposals for papers or panels responding to the following questions: In your teaching, how does practical theology help you to address cross-culturalism or multiculturalism in interreligious worldviews, theological hybridity, or polydoxy? In attending to experiences of marginalization (e.g. sexism, racism, heterosexism, or interreligious contexts) in your teaching, how does practical theology help you to address the intersectionality or simultaneity of embodied differences or differences in religious practices?
The Association of Practical Theology values diversity in scholarship as an important factor in academic excellence. Toward that end, please include within your proposal a statement of no more than 100 words describing how your work may diversify or expand current scholarship in practical theology.
Proposals should be no more than 750 words. Proposals should be submitted electronically as double-spaced Word documents. The body of the proposal should not include information that would identify the author. Please include a separate document that provides identifying information about the author (i.e. name, institution, etc.) and the corresponding proposal title. Proposals will be selected by a blind peer review process. Please submit proposals by April 22, 2013 to: email@example.com.
North American Paul Tillich Society Call for Papers, Baltimore Meeting, 2013
Deadline: April 1
The North American Paul Tillich Society (NAPTS) welcomes proposals for its annual meeting that will take place Friday and Saturday, 22–23 November 2013 in connection with the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion (AAR) in Baltimore, Maryland, 23–26 November 2013. We welcome proposals for individual papers and panels on the following issues:
1. Tillich's Systematic Theology after 50 Years: Construction and Contribution
2. The Appropriation of Tillich by Liberation Theology
3. Tillich and the Holocaust
4. Tillich and the Progressive Christian Movement
5. Tillich and Mary Daly
6. Radical Theology and the Post-Tillichian Debates about God
7. Tillich’s Socialist Writings
Proposals should be sent to the Vice President and Program Chair of this year’s meeting by April 1 (electronic submissions preferred):
Dr Duane Olson
firstname.lastname@example.org (Please put NAPTS Call in the subject line)
Department of Religion
701 College Road
Lebanon, IL 62254