|North American Religions|
Call for Proposals
This Section advances the study of religions in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Proposals are invited for papers and panels on diverse religions and themes, applying a variety of methodologies, and suggesting broad theoretical or historiographical implications. Topics for 2011 include:
Especially welcome are a variety of formats to encourage interactive sessions, including roundtables, debates, visual and musical performances, and workshops. Where complete panels are proposed, the Steering Committee may accept only portions of the proposal and add to the panel from other proposals submitted independently.
This Section encourages the use of diverse sources and multiple approaches to the study of religions in North America. We seek to stimulate comparative and theoretical discussion across a range of traditions, themes, and books of outstanding merit in the field.
Anonymity of Review Process
Proposer names are visible to Chairs but anonymous to Steering Committee Members.
Rudy V. Busto
Method of Submission