Welcome to the latest edition of The Religious Studies Project Opportunities Digest! This week you will find a conference call for papers, details of a summer school, a workshop, a conference, and a symposium, as well as four journal calls for papers.
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BASR-ISASR Conference – Final Reminder
Borders and Boundaries: ‘Religion’ on the Periphery
3 – 5 September 2018, Queen’s University, Belfast, UK
Deadline: 25 May 2018
More information: https://basr.ac.uk/annual-conference-2018/
Summer School in Scienze Religiose
Tradizioni religiose, scuole e società // Dialoghi e conflitti in Europa tra passato e presente
23–28 August 2018, Monastero Santa Croce di Bocca di Magra, Italy.
Deadline: 15 June 2018.
Candidates must submit an application for admission by June 15, 2018, attaching their curriculum vitae and a motivational letter to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference: Breastfeeding(s) and Religions
11 – 12 July 2018, Erfurt, Germany.
Symposium: Religion as Political Communication
7 June 2018, Loughborough University, UK
Open Theology Special Issues
Calls for papers on “Phenomenology of Religious Experience”, “Recognizing Encounters with Ultimacy across Religious Boundaries”, “Intersubjectivity and Reciprocal Causality within Contemporary Understanding of the God-World Relationship” and “Cognitive Linguistics and Theology”.