Religious Studies Opportunities Digest – 7 May 2019

Welcome back to the latest edition of the Religious Studies Project Opportunities Digest! This week you will find one journal call for papers, one PhD scholarship, one job, one conference call for papers, one award, and one conference opportunities.

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Journal Call for Papers

Topical issue: “Experience in a New Key”

Open Philosophy

Deadline: 31 May 2019

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PhD Scholarships

“The African Diaspora and Pentecostalism in Australia: New Perspectives on Materiality, Media and Religion”

Australian Research Council (ARC)

Deadline: 30 June 2019

More information (Sydney): https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/graduate_research_school/grs/scholarships/current_scholarships/current_scholarships/ssap_the_african_diaspora_and_pentecostalism_in_australia

More information (Perth): http://www.scholarships.uwa.edu.au/search?sc_view=1&id=8941

Conferences

Critical Potentials of Secularist Practice

27 – 29 May 2019. Leipzig University, Germany

More information: https://www.multiple-secularities.de/events/event/conference-critical-potentials-of-secularist-practice/

Jobs

Assistant Editor

NRSN Blog

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Conference Calls for Papers

Histories of Death: An International Symposium

19-21 February 2020. University of Turku, Finland.

Deadline: 15 August 2019

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Awards

The Donner Institute Prize for Outstanding Research into Religion

Deadline for nomination: 31 May 2019

More information: https://www.donnerinstitute.fi/en/current-3/nominate-a-candidate-for-the-2019-donner-research-prize/

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