Call for Papers:
- The Australian Church and the Australian Settlement, University of Newcastle NSW, 4 December 2019. Abstract submission due 30 September 2019. More info.
- IV ISA Forum conference 2020: ‘Challenges of the 21st century for sociology of religion‘.Open for submissions from April 25 – September 30. More info.
- The 25th Nordic Conference in the Sociology of Religion. 17-19 August 2020, Gothenburg, Sweden on ‘Religious Organisation(s): Challenges and changes in contemporary society’. Session proposal deadline: 15 November 2019. More info.
- Rethinking Media, Religion and Secularities. Conference of the International Society for Media, Religion and Culture Conference location: Sigtuna Foundation, Sigtuna, Sweden. Conference dates: 4-7 of August 2020. Deadline for Paper proposals: 6 December 2019. More info.
- The XXII Quinquennial World Congress of the IAHR, hosted by the New Zealand Association for the Study of Religions, will take place at the University of Otago, in Dunedin, New Zealand from 23-29 August 2020. Submission deadline 31 December 2019. More info.
- Call for book proposals: Bloomsbury welcomes book proposals for Bloomsbury Studies in Material Religion, edited by Birgit Meyer (University of Utrecht, the Netherlands), David Morgan (Duke University, USA), Crispin Paine (UCL, UK), S. Brent Plate (Hamilton College, USA), and Amy Whitehead (Bath Spa University, UK). More info.
- ‘Touch’ and Religion. Deadline 1 October 2019. More info.
- Book Proposals in East Asian Religions. More info.
- Chapters: Religious Responses to Sex Work and Sex Trafficking – Routledge. Deadline for AASR members: 11 October 2019. More info.
- Special Issue: Religion, Economy, and Class in Global Context. Abstract deadline 15 October 2019. More info.
- Call for papers on Religion & Ecology for a special issue of Religions. Deadline 31 May 2020.
- Mirrors of Iran: A Continuum of Architectural Heritage. 2019 Iranica Conference on 28 September 2019. More info.
- ‘The Islamist Paradox’ by A/Prof William Shepard, University of Canterbury (NZ). Organised by the Religion and Society Research Cluster, Western Sydney University on 4 October 2019. More info.
- The 2019 Hans Mol Memorial Lecture: “Imagining Asian Australia: Constructions of ‘Asian Religion’ and Australian Federation” by Professor Marion Maddox, 18 October 2019. More info.
- The 2019 Freilich Lecture of Bigotry and Tolerance: “An Australian Story: The Politics of Bigotry in a Tolerant Country” by David Marr. 31 October 2019. More info.
- AASR 2019 Conference HDR/ECR Workshop on 4 Dec 2019. More info.
- AASR 2019 Conference postgraduate bursaries (worth $500 each) are open for application.More info.
- Assistant Professor (Indian and Buddhist Studies (Philology), Kyushu University / 九州大学, The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
- Islamic Studies Tenure Track Position, Harvard University
- Temporary Faculty- Lecturer in Histories of Science, Medicine, Religion, Gender or the World, University of California Los Angeles UCLA, Department of History