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Call for Papers: Fall 2019

Dear Colleagues, 

The Religion & the Human Sciences Workshop is delighted to invite graduate students and faculty to share their work with us during the coming academic year. Our workshop is interdisciplinary in nature and we welcome papers from across the social sciences and humanities on the subject of religion. If you have a paper that you would like to present to the workshop in the coming Fall quarter, please email with a short description of the paper. Seminar papers, conference papers, dissertation chapters, proposals, or works in progress are all welcome. 

Our workshop meets on alternating Monday afternoons from 4:30-6:00 pm. Our tentative dates are October 7, October 21, and November 18, as well as a number of co-sponsored events throughout the quarter. If you are interested in presenting on a particular one of these dates, please let us know as well. 

Additionally, we are looking for graduate students to serve as respondents for the upcoming workshops. This is a great opportunity for practicing skills in assessing academic writing and facilitating group discussion. We are happy to provide some helpful tips and guidelines for respondents if needed. 


Claire Hautot 

April 1 : Andrew Kunze


Please join us on April 1 at 4:30 pm in the Martin Marty Center seminar room for a discussion of Andrew’s dissertation chapter. The paper can be found here.


Call for Papers: Spring 2019

Dear R&HS Workshoppers,


We would like to invite you to participate in the Religion & Human Sciences workshop for this upcoming academic quarter. We plan to hold the workshop on five Monday afternoons from 4:30-5:45 on 04/01, 04/15, 4/29, and 05/13. If you have a paper, dissertation chapter, or piece of work that you would like to present and get feedback on, please reach out to us!


Yours truly,


Claire Hautot  –

Kellan Klaus –

Sarah Levenstam –


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