Religion and American Culture Caucus Paper Prize
I thought I would pass on this announcement from the Religion and American Culture Caucus of American Studies Association about their paper prize. Also, if you are not a member of ASA or the caucus, I would urge you to join. In the past couple of years, the caucus has presented panels on varying topics in North American Religions for historians, interdisciplinarians, literature folks, and those interested in cultural studies.
Here’s the announcement:
The Religion and American Culture Caucus of the American Studies Association is pleased to announce its fourth annual best paper prize. Any paper that examines religion in the United States, broadly understood, and is on the program of the national American Studies Association meeting in Philadelphia is eligible for the award. Papers should be submitted electronically to dsigler at mail (dot) utexas (dot) edu by September 21. Papers should be double-spaced, in a 12pt font and contain full citations.The winner will be selected by a jury of three scholars in the field and will be announced at the caucus meeting on Friday, October 12, at 5pm. The meeting will take place at the Philadelphia Marriott, Room 501. The prize, a two-year subscription to _Religion and American Culture: A Journal of Interpretation_, has been generously provided by the Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture at IUPUI. If you have any questions, please contact Matt Hedstrom, hedstrom at princeton (dot) edu, or Danielle Sigler(email above).