|Comparative Studies in Hinduisms and Judaisms|
Call for Proposals
This Group seeks to bring together specialists in South Asia and Judaica to discuss topics within Hindu and Jewish traditions, with the intention of revisioning categories and developing alternative models to the Protestant-based paradigms that have tended to dominate the academic study of religion. Presenters need not have expertise in both Hindu and Jewish traditions. For the 2012 sessions, we invite papers on the following themes in Jewish and Hindu traditions:
Proposals on other topics are also welcome. We strongly encourage prearranged session proposals in the form of thematic paper sessions or panels.
This Group seeks to bring together specialists in South Asia and/or Judaica to discuss topics within various streams of Hinduism and Judaism, with the intention of developing alternative categories and paradigms to the Protestant-based paradigms that have tended to dominate the academic study of religion. For an extended discussion of the rationale, history, and methodologies of the Group, contact the Program Unit Chair to see the AAR Group Self-Review: Comparative Studies in Hinduisms and Judaisms Group (November 1, 2008).
Anonymity of Review Process
Proposals are anonymous to Chairs and steering committee members during review, but visible to Chairs prior to final acceptance or rejection.
Barbara A. Holdrege
Method of Submission