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2017 Annual Meeting, Nov 18-21

Join your colleagues in Boston for the 2017 AAR & SBL Annual Meetings. Regular rates end November 16.

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2018 Regional Meetings

Open Call for Papers:

Eastern International
Deadline: February 1

Mid-Atlantic
Deadline: December 15

Midwest
Deadline: January 18

New England-Maritimes
Deadline: January 17

Pacific Northwest
Deadline: January 19

Upper Midwest
Deadline: January 6

Open Registration:

New England-Maritimes

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Green Named AAR-Luce Fellow

Todd GreenThe American Academy of Religion has awarded Todd Green an AAR-Luce Fellowship in Religion and International Affairs. The fellowship will fund Dr. Green to work in the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs as a Franklin Fellow at the US Department of State. He is on leave from his position as Associate Professor of Religion at Luther College, where his research focuses on Islamophobia, secularization, and interfaith dialogue.

He was selected through a rigorous, multi-stage, peer-review process. The selection panel was composed of senior, university-affiliated scholars of religion, representing diverse expertise and methodologies. “The AAR‑Luce Fellows Program aims to facilitate lines of communication so that scholarship and critical, analytical perspectives are more readily accessible to policymakers attempting to address issues in parts of the world where the role of religion may be unclear,” said AAR Executive Director Jack Fitzmier. “We want scholars to have the opportunity to affect policy and learn how foreign policy is developed.”

The AAR-Luce Fellows Program is made possible by a grant from the Henry Luce Foundation. Additional funding for Dr. Green’s fellowship is being provided by Luther College.

The AAR is the world’s largest association for the academic study of religion. Our thousands of members research or teach about religious traditions, issues, questions, values, texts, practices, or institutions, and foster better understanding of religion by the public.