|Law, Religion, and Culture|
Call for Proposals
This Group invites paper and panel proposals, including author-meets-reader panels, on any aspect of the cultural, historical, critical, and comparative study of the intersections of law and religion — including legal categories in religious traditions, the treatment of religion within legal traditions, human rights and freedom of religion and belief. This year, we especially welcome submissions on the following themes:
This Group is interested in cross-cultural, interdisciplinary, and comparative studies of the interrelationships of law and religion. The terms “law” and “religion” are broadly conceptualized, and our interests have extended to include ancient and contemporary contexts and a wide variety of critical approaches. We hope to instigate consideration of religion and law issues at the AAR beyond issues concerning religious freedom and the United States Constitution’s religion clauses and their judicial interpretation and application.
Anonymity of Review Process
Proposals are anonymous to Chairs and Steering Committee Members until after final acceptance or rejection.
Kathleen M. Sands
Method of Submission