[KS] New CFP deadline for Korean Religions Group: American Academy of Religions

Tim Lee timsanglee at aol.com
Thu Mar 1 10:33:21 EST 2012

Dear Colleagues,


We have a new deadline for submitting proposals to the 2012 meeting of the
Korean Religions Group of the American Academy of Religion: March 13, 2012,
11:59 p.m. (E.S.T.). The CFP is below; to submit your proposals, visit the
following website:  http://papers.aarweb.org/



Call for Papers 

American Academy of Religion: Korean Religions Group

Annual Meeting, November 17-20, 2012

Chicago, Illinois



The American Academy of Religion is holding its 2012 meeting in Chicago,
Illinois, November 17-20, at McCormick Place Convention Center. And the
AAR's Korean Religions Group invites you to submit paper or panel proposals
on the following themes:


. Interreligious dialogue involving Korean religions in or outside Korea,
especially those focusing on Buddhist-Christian dialogue 

. Religion and the civil in the Korean context, including church and state
issues in South Korea - e.g., Buddhists' protest of Lee Myung Bak's
dedication of Seoul to God or Christians' protests of the financial support
Buddhist temples receive from government 

. Civil society and religion - e.g., public theology or religious
organizations' advocacy for foreign workers and North Korean refugees 

. Korean Buddhism in the Silla period/ Korean Buddhist philosophy of mind or
modern Korean Buddhism 

. Korean religions outside Korea 

. Institutionalization and unintended consequences in Korean Confucianism 

For further information about the 2012 meeting, visit, the American Academy
of Religion web site (
L=http%3a%2f%2fwww.aarweb.org%2f> www.aarweb.org). If you have any questions
about KRG's session, please e-mail them to Tim Lee (t.lee at tcu.edu) or Jin
Young Park (jypark at american.edu). Thank you.




Timothy S. Lee, Co-Chair, Brite Divinity School (Texas Christian University)

Jin Young Park, Co-Chair, American University 


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