[KS] Call for Papers: Korean Religions Group: American Academy of Religion, Atlanta, GA, Oct. 30 - Nov. 1, 2010
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Call for Papers
Korean Religions Group of the American Academy of Religion
Annual Meeting, October 30–November 1, 2010
We invite paper or panel proposals for this year's Korean Religions Group/American Academy of Religion meeting in Atlanta, GA.
Paper or panel proposals may deal with:
-the state of the field of Korean religions with a focus on recent publications on Korean religions—a panel proposal might focus on one religious tradition (Buddhism, Confucianism, Christianity, etc.) or be inclusive of diverse religious traditions in Korea;
-Korean religions in diasporas;
-and new religions in Korea.
Additionally, we invite paper proposals for a joint panel with the Evangelical Theology Group on
Korean Evangelicalism: papers might examine social, cultural, theological, and historical dimensions of Korean Evangelicalism as it is practiced in or outside Korea; compare Korean Evangelicalism with Evangelicalism in other regions; or assess Korean Evangelicals' missionary efforts.
The deadline for submitting proposals is midnight on Monday, March 1, 2010 (Eastern Standard Time).
Please submit your proposals online, following these steps:
1. Go to the American Academy of Religion web site (www.aarweb.org<http://www.aarweb.org/>).
2. Go to Meetings/Annual Meeting/Current (Atlanta 2010), and click.
2. Go to Call for Papers 2010 and click.
3. Go to Browse by Program Unit and Type and click.
4. Go to Korean Religions Group and click.
5. Go to Online (for the method of submission) and click.
6. If you are an AAR member, click Log in, provide your e-mail address and password; if
you are not an AAR member or is a member but has not created a new member account, click Create and provide the requested information.
7. Click either Propose a paper or Propose a session.
8. Provide the requested information.
Participation requirements at the Annual Meeting:
Membership is not required to submit a proposal in response to the Call for Papers. However, all participants accepted to the program must be current (2010) AAR members and registered for the Annual Meeting by June 30, 2010. Membership waivers are available to participants working outside the field of the study of religion or participants from developing nations. Contact the program unit chair for more details on how to arrange a waiver.
If you have questions, please e-mail Tim Lee (timsanglee at aol.com<mailto:timsanglee at aol.com>). Thank you.
Timothy S. Lee, Co-Chair, Brite Divinity School (Texas Christian University)
Jin Young Park, Co-Chair (American University)
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