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Conference Guides: Nonreligion at AAR 2012 (1st guide)

The NSRN is pleased to announce an additional service for scholars attending conferences not specifically focused on nonreligion, but still covering the field to some extent or another — the publication of conference guides. These guides will contain a distillation of all the sessions/panels and individual papers relating to the field of nonreligion scheduled for the upcoming conference. We will announce the publication of new guides in our news feed (like we are now) but we will also archive them on the new Conference Guides page. If you have any questions or suggestions about the conference guides please direct them to Per Smith.

Without further ado, here is the very first conference guide:

American Academy of Religion (AAR) 2012

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About Per Smith

I am Per Smith, a PhD candidate in Religion and Society at Boston University and I am currently working on my dissertation about an emerging tradition of non-religious life-cycle ritual in the United States. My interests revolve around the sociology and anthropology of (ir)religion and ritual. For a sense of what that entails read my essay in The New Humanism, “Spitting with the Wind.”

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