Religious Studies Opportunities Digest – 12 November 2019

Welcome back to the latest edition of the Religious Studies Project Opportunities Digest! This week you will one job, four conferences, and one journal call for papers opportunities.

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Jobs

University Lecturer in the Study of Religion, with specialization in Religion in Contemporary Asia

The Leiden University Centre for the Study of Religion (LUCSoR)

Deadline: 1 December 2019

More information: https://www.universiteitleiden.nl/vacatures/2019/q4/19-486-6477-university-lecturer-in-the-study-of-religion-with-specialization-in-contemporary-hinduism

Conferences and Symposia

SpotOn London: Communicating research for societal impact – Connecting the global North and South

21 November 2019. The Wellcome Collection, London, UK

More information: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/spoton-london-2019-communicating-research-for-societal-impact-tickets-67002112121?sap-outbound-id=44032188EEC29025A9DF6255A50B0EE48B84C708

The Sari. An Indian Living Tradition from Villages to the Fashion World

Prof. Asha Baxi

14 November 2019. Rome, Italy

More information (PDF)

Studying G.I. Gurdjieff: Scholars and Practitioners in Conversation, A Symposium

3 December 2019. University of Sydney, Australia

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Imperial Mysticisms: Piety and Power in Early Modern Empires from a Global Perspective

International Conference at the Central European University

27-30 November 2019, Budapest, Hungary

More information: https://religion.ceu.edu/imperial-mysticisms-2019

Journal Call for Papers

“Issues and Approaches in Contemporary Theological Thought about Evil”

Open Theology

More information (PDF)
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