Call for Proposals
This Group invites panel and individual paper proposals related to all aspects of Japanese religious practice and thought, both historical and contemporary. For 2011, we welcome proposals relating to, but not confined by, the following topics:
Panel proposals should include a panel abstract and individual paper abstracts submitted as a complete package by the panel organizer. Proposals that include explicit reflection on the study of religion more broadly are preferred. Creative formats — film, organized discussion, “workshop,” etc. — are encouraged.
This Group is a forum for scholars of different disciplines — including textual, historical, anthropological, sociological, ritual, artistic, and other areas of study — to present their research findings. We welcome a variety of different methods and approaches. We host presentations on various aspects and forms of Japanese religious life in the past and in contemporary settings, within Japan and other areas of the world, where these forms have been transplanted or have come to exert influence.
Anonymity of Review Process
Proposer names are visible to Chairs but anonymous to Steering Committee Members.
Method of Submission