Fourth Biennial Conference Announced

 Chris Cantwell

Late last week Indiana University Purdue University-Indianapolis's Center for the Study of Religion & American Culture opened registration for its Fourth Biennial Conference on Religion and American Culture. Like the previous three meetings, this year's program promises not to disappoint. The gathering will feature panels discussing:
  • What do we mean by “religion” in a time of “spirituality,” “lived religion,” and “non-religion”?
  • Whither New Religious Movements?
  •  American Religion and Global Flows
  •  “Religion in the Americas” as an Organizational Paradigm
  • Religion and Market
  • Religion, Class, and Labor
  • What is the currency of “civil religion”?
  • Liberalism vs. Pluralism as Models of Interpretation
This year the conference will be held on Friday, June 5 and Saturday, June 6, with a reception the night before proceedings start on Thursday, June 4. Hotel rooms at the conference rate are limited, so make sure you register today.


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