Website On Religion - Topic: Religion -- Study and teaching - 16 results

"Approaching Religion is an academic open access journal published by the Donner Institute for Research in Religious and Cultural History in Åbo, Finland. Its purpose is to publish current research on religion and to offer a platform for scholarly co-operation and debate within the field. The journal appears twice a year and consists of articles, book reviews and discussions. It addresses an international readership and, as the title suggests, approaches the field of religion from a broad perspective, engaging contributors from different theoretical and methodological traditions."
"The Mythological Studies Journal of Pacifica Graduate Institute is a student journal and features writing by students currently enrolled in Pacifica's Mythological Studies programs. In addition, a peer-review board of students is responsible for selecting and reviewing writing for publication."
"The Australian Association for the Study of Religions is a professional organisation with a membership of more than 300 people, comprised of teachers, academics, students and others with a knowledge and experience of religious traditions. Many members also hold membership in other societies representing specific disciplines and cross-disciplinary fields. The AASR aims to function as a meeting place where the study of religion in its broadest dimensions may be fostered."
"The Initiative for the Study of Material and Visual Cultures of Religion (MAVCOR) is characterized by its subjects of inquiry—material and visual cultures of religions—and by the form of activity it promotes: scholarly, collaborative, interdisciplinary, and international. It is about the study of the religious lives of things (pictures, objects, monuments, buildings, spaces, for example). It directs attention to the pressures of secularization theory on past and present material practices and ideas about them. MAVCOR is equally committed to multiplying ways of being in conversation, of sharing information, and of producing knowledge about these topics. We intend this work, shared in books, articles, conferences, courses, interviews, exhibitions, lectures, film series, and web-based visual and textual resources, to be substantive, critical, provocative, and accessible." Located at Yale University.
"IJRR was founded to publish very high quality, original research on religion by scholars, regardless of their field of specialization."