Weekly Opportunities Digest (20 April 2012) - CFPs, Jobs, Journals and more

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Weekly Opportunities Digest (13 April 2012) – CfPs, Jobs, Volunteering, Studentships…

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Weekly Opportunities Digest (6 April 2012) - Journals, Papers, Jobs and more....

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Weekly Opportunities Digest (March 30 2012) - Journals, Papers, Jobs and more

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Weekly Opportunities Digest (March 23 2012) - Journals, Papers, Jobs, Fellowships and more...

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Weekly Opportunities Digest (13 March 2012): Calls for Papers/Participants, Jobs, Studentships & Journals

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The Department of Religious Studies at the University of Kent has two vacancies for lecturer posts; one an on-going contract, and the other a fixed-term lectureship until the end of August 2014. Candidates would ideally be able to take up their posts in September 2012. The posts are open to applicants in any area of Religious Studies,
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Weekly Opportunities Digest (6 Mar 2012): Calls for Papers/Participants, Jobs, Studentships & Journals

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This two-day symposium will explore material cultures of religious belief and faith in modern Britain. As Birgit Meyer, David Morgan, Crispin Paine and S. Brent Plate have recently pointed out, studying material objects provides us with an alternative evidence base in the study of modern religious belief (Birgit Meyer et al; 2011). Yet few attempts have yet been made to do so. While many scholars now concede that Britain’s religious

Weekly Opportunities Digest (28 Feb 2012): Calls for Papers/Participants, Jobs, Studentships & Journals

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The initiation and formulation of a new concept for an ISA publication, in the form of the ‘ISA E-Bulletin’, indeed signalled an exciting moment. The ‘ISA E-Bulletin’ has been in continuous publication since July 2005 and with this 18th issue, it moves to a new incarnation and future under a different nomenclature: the new name that takes this document forward is ‘ISA eSymposium for Sociology.’
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