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Religious Studies Opportunities Digest – 23 January 2018

Welcome to the latest RSP opportunities digest where you will find details of two conferences, a seminar, and seven conference calls for papers. This week’s opportunities digest is sponsored by the Centre for the Critical Study of Apocalyptic and Millenarian Movements, whose advert for their 2018 conference season kicks off the calls for papers,…


Religious Studies Opportunities Digest – 16 November 2017

Welcome to the latest RSP opportunities digest – slightly delayed – where you will find details of five conference calls for papers, a day conference, an essay prize, and a new database. If you come across any opportunities of relevance to the global RS community, or if you want to promote anything yourself, then simply send an email to and we’ll see what we can do.


Religious Studies Opportunities Digest – 19 September 2017

Welcome to the latest RSP opportunities digest, where you will find three calls for papers, details of two conferences, and notices about assistant editor positions, funding, and an assistant professorship.

This digest is sponsored by the postgraduate taught programmes in Religious Studies at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. Many of the RSP team have been through the Edinburgh RS programme, which comes highly recommended.


The Religious and Political Landscape in Peru: A Historic and Cautionary Tale

I can’t help but see the parallels between the Peruvian religious and political history which Fonseca outlines in his interview and the events currently taking place in the United States where religion and politics are more intricately entwined than ever before by a minority Far-Right Conservative Christian movement and its dominant media presence. This intriguing parallel makes Fonseca’s interview timely and important as history repeats itself.


Conference report: “Religious Pluralisation—A Challenge for Modern Societies”

A conference report for The Religious Studies Project by Ashlee Quosigk, a PhD student at Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland on the “Religious Pluralisation—A Challenge for Modern Societies” Conference, which had an important and timely mission to identify innovative research approaches as well as broad political and social scopes of action to address religious plurality.