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Australia, Study of Religion, 2012

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    Cms3169 ara call for papers3[1] Cms3169 ara call for papers3[1] Document Transcript

    • 2012 Australian Association for the Study of Religion Conference University of Western Sydney Parramatta Campus, 28-30 September 2012Multiple Religious ModernitiesDeadline for submissions of abstracts (individual paper or panelproposals): 31 May, 2012At the local and global level, religion is changedthrough social processes, but religion also impactson societies at the structural and grass roots levels.As modernity and (de)secularisation are multilateralprocesses, the conference explores the multiple typesof (de)centralisation, pluralism and voluntarism ofreligious life.First Call for Individual or Local Organising Committee Julia HowellPanel Presentations Alphia Possamai-Inesedy• ndividual paper proposals (200-300 words) I Adam Possamai•  anel proposals (200 word for the panel P Judith Snodgrass concept and 200-300 words on each panel Irena Veljanova paper).•  each paper, please provide a bio (up to For Programme Committee C  arole Cusack, University of Sydney 50 words) of the presenter(s). J  amila Hussein, University of Technology, Sydney.•  lease submit your abstract to Alan Nixon P Jay Johnston, University of Sydney and at: A.Nixon@uws.edu.au University of New South Wales P  aul Oslington, Australian Catholic University. Adam Possamai, University of Western Sydney Malcolm Voyce, Macquarie University The event is hosted by the Centre for the Study of Contemporary Muslim Societies, the School of Social Sciences and Psychology and the School of Humanities and Communication Arts. Your assistance in distributing this information to other interested parties will be appreciated.