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Annual Conference of the European Academy of Religion (Bologna 22-25 June 2020)

The European Academy of Religion announces its third Annual Conference, which will take place in Bologna between Monday, June 22nd and Thursday, June 25th 2020.

Fscire ( will be the organizing institution. The scientific program will be composed of keynote lectures and working sessions (panels, book presentations).

The overarching topic of the Conference, as chosen by our President Herman Selderhuis, is: The Power of Religion / Religion and Power.

At this page you will find the first round of accepted panels, many of which are open to paper proposals.

The deadlines for submission are the following:

Call for Panels : Deadline: 01/11/2019

Call for AMC : Deadline: 31/12/2019

Call for Papers : Deadline : 31/12/19

L’académie européenne des religions, lancée en 2016 à Bologne, organise son troisième colloque annuel, en Juin 2020.

Les appels à contribution sont ouverts et se déclinent selon trois possibilités :

  • Proposer un panel (deadline 01/11/2019)
  • Proposer une communication pour un “panel ouvert” (deadline 31/12/2019)
  • Proposer une présentation/discussion sur une publication. (deadline 31/12/2019)

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