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Regional Coordinator:

Kristy Nabhan-Warren
1612 21st Street
Rock Island, IL 61201
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This is just a gentle reminder that the Midwest Regional meeting is fast approaching! You can now register online.

April 1–2, 2011
Augustana College
Rock Island, Illinois, USA

This year's MAAR features:

  • Great papers, great collegiality, and great food! The $65 registration fee includes two receptions, a continental breakfast, and luncheon.

  • Featured guest speaker Edward Curtis VI, whose plenary address is entitled "Teaching Religion after 9/11: On Religious Violence, Public Scholarship, and My Cameo in the 'Ground Zero Mosque' Controversy"

  • Free childcare upon request as well as rooms for nursing mothers to nurse and/or to pump.

  • Downtown Holiday Inn hotel (conference hotel), which is in the heart of Rock Island's "District." Good music scene and walkable downtown.

If you have any questions, please contact Kristy Nabhan-Warren at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Sections at the Regional Annual Meeting

  • Arts, Literature, and Religion

  • Ethics and Philosophy of Religion

  • History of Christianity

  • History of Religions

  • Religion and American Culture

  • Religion and Sacred Texts

  • Religion, Ecology, and Culture

  • Religions of Asia

  • Study of Judaism

  • Theology

  • Women and Religion


Please note that the system for electronic submission of paper proposals is now closed.

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