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The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations have awarded a five-year grant to the AAR to develop and promote guidelines for religious literacy college-wide.
Showings and panels with film directors: PBS award-winning Chaplains, on military, prison, police, and hospital chaplains, and the national premiere of After Fire, on women military veterans and moral injury.
We're pleased to announce these great plenary sessions and speakers, including AAR President Serene Jones.
The American Lectures in the History of Religions welcomes Dr. Fatemeh Keshavarz, who will speak on Unsilencing the Sacred: Conversations with the Divine in Notre Dame and Chicago on October 24–28.
The full text of papers for more than twenty sessions is being made available to members in advance of the 2016 Annual Meetings, San Antonio.
The American Council of Learned Societies announces the 2016–17 ACLS fellowship competitions, which promote the full spectrum of humanities and humanistic social sciences research.
Apply for a 2016–2017 AAR International Dissertation Research Grant! These annual grants are intended to help candidates complete their doctoral degrees. Deadline: December 1, 2016.
Books and Major Publications:
Scott Mitchell, Institute of Buddhist Studies
Buddhism in America: Global Religion, Local Contexts
Leanna Fuller, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
When Christ's Body is Broken: Anxiety, Identity, and Conflict in Congregations
Edward Curtis, Indiana University, Indianapolis
Muslim Americans in the Military: Centuries of Service
Amanda Baugh, California State University, Northridge
God and the Green Divide: Religious Environmentalism in Black and White
Darla Schumm, Hollins University
Disability and World Religions: An Introduction
Hamid Mavani, Bayan Claremont
In the Presence of the Sublime Qur'an: Commentary on Part 30