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Conference: How Do We Study Religion and Emotion?

Conference logoHow Do We Study Religion and Emotion?
National Humanities Center
Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
February 19–20, 2015

The surge of interest in the study of religion and emotion is part of a broader “affective turn” currently taking place across the humanities. This conference will gather an international group of scholars to discuss ways of studying emotion in religion and to debate how our querying the very terms that we use to define our endeavors—emotion, affect, feeling, passion, desire, sentiment, and other terms—is crucial to effective deployment of them in investigating religion.

The conference is free and cosponsored by the American Academy of Religion* and Florida State University.

For more information, please see here or contact Professor John Corrigan at emotion.religion@fsu.edu or jcorrigan@fsu.edu.

Conference Flyer 

Conference Schedule 

Listen to the WUNC 91.5 (North Carolina Public Radio) interview with conference participants Sarah Ross, Donovan Schaefer, and John Corrigan broadcasted on February 19, 2015: http://wunc.org/post/role-emotion-religion.

*The conference is partially funded by a Collaborative Research Grant from the AAR.