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  • Bob Schacht
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    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 29, 2001
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      >AMERICAN ACADEMY OF RELIGION/WESTERN REGION
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      >SOCIETY OF BIBLICAL LITERATURE/PACIFIC COAST REGION
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      >Western Jewish Studies Association
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      >CALL FOR PAPERS
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      >ANNUAL MEETING
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      >SUNDAY, MARCH 24TH THROUGH TUESDAY, MARCH 26TH
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      >2002
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      >Hosted by:
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      >Saint Mary's College of California
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      > Members of the AAR and SBL are invited to submit a one-page
      > abstract of a proposed paper to any one of the sections listed below.
      > Along with your abstract, please provide the following information: your
      > name, street address, email address, and telephone number, your
      > organizational membership (AAR, SBL, or both), your second choice section
      > in case your first choice is not able to use your paper, and your
      > audio-visual equipment needs.
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      >Whether or not you communicate with the section chair by email, you are
      >required to submit a hard copy of this information and your abstract
      >either by postal mail or by facsimile. Multiple submissions are not
      >permitted. Section chairs will forward to your second choice section
      >chairs those proposals they cannot accommodate. No person may appear in
      >the program more than two times (as presenter, moderator, respondent, or
      >panel participant).
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      >Pre-registration information and materials will be sent to all
      >members. In order to receive full program copy and details of meeting
      >arrangements, you must return the pre-registration form to the WECSOR
      >office. All participants are advised that current membership in the AAR
      >and/or SBL is required for your paper to be accepted for presentation at
      >the conference. Membership inquiries can be emailed to sblordel15@....
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      >AMERICAN ACADEMY OF RELIGION/WESTERN REGION
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      > Paper proposals for the AAR meeting must be received by the
      > Section Chairs listed in the Section to which they are submitted no later
      > than September 15, 2001. Current membership in the AAR and /or SBL is
      > required. For questions and/or further information of a general nature
      > about the program, contact the AAR Program Chair: Marilyn Gottschall at
      > (562) 907-4200 or
      > <mailto:mgottschall@...>mgottschall@..... For
      > questions specific to a section, contact the relevant Section Chair
      > listed below.
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      >HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY
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      >Papers and panels are solicited on two specific themes: a) Christianity in
      >the Non-West and b) Christianity Among Immigrant Communities in the
      >America(s). Other topics relevant to the subject-matter of this section
      >will be considered as well. Proposals on "Christianity in the Non-West"
      >and other topics should be sent to Timothy S. Lee. Proposals on
      >"Christianity Among Immigrant Communities in the America(s)" should be
      >sent to Laura Ammon.
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      >Timothy S. Lee, Section Co-Chair
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      >UCLA, 20707 Anza Ave, # 38, Torrance, CA 90503
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      >(310) 370-4227 (ph) timsanglee@...
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      >Laura Ammon, Section Co-Chair
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      >Whittier College, 1837 W. Arrow Route, Apt. 87, Upland, CA 91786.
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      >LauraAmmon@...
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      >JUDAISM
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      >Submissions for papers and panels are welcome on all topics in Jewish
      >Studies, particularly those that address the relationship of Judaism with
      >other religious cultures.
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      >Charlotte Elisheva Fonrobert, Section Chair
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      >Stanford University, Department of Religious Studies
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      >Building 70, Stanford, CA 94305
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      >(650) 725-1476 (fax) fonrober@...
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      >LITERATURE & RELIGION
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      >Submissions are welcome on any topic related to the subject-matter of this
      >Section.
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      >John Lardas, Chair, University of California, Santa Barbara
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      >1728 Funston Avenue, Apt. #2, San Francisco, CA 94122
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      >egkleine@...
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      >PERSON, CULTURE, & RELIGION
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      >Submissions are especially welcome on therapeutic and religious
      >perspectives on violence. Proposals on other topics relevant to the
      >subject-matter of this Section are welcome as well.
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      >Kirk A. Bingaman, Section Chair
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      >San Francisco Theological Seminary
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      >2 Kensington Rd., San Anselmo, CA 94960
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      >(415) 258-6652 (ph) (415) 256-9801 (fax) abingama@...
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      >PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION/THEOLOGY
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      >Proposals are welcome on any topic related to the subject-matter of this
      >section. Please send proposals to both Section Chairs. (NOTE: If you
      >communicate with us by email, please do not send attachments. Include
      >your communication in the body of the email itself.)
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      >Charles T. Hughes, Section Co-Chair
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      >Departments of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Chapman University
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      >525 South Avenida Faro, Anaheim, CA 92807-4601
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      >(714) 974-0394 (w) (714) 974-0394 (h) chughes@...
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      >Andrew Porter, Section Co-Chair
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      >Graduate Theological Union
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      >774 Joyce St., Livermore, CA 94550
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      >(925) 443-4041 (h) app@...
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      >AAR/WR STUDENT PAPER COMPETITION
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      >Students wishing to submit a paper (not exceeding ten pages) to the annual
      >AAR/WR Student Paper Competition must send their completed papers in hard
      >copy via regular mail by January 15, 2002 to the President of the
      >AAR/WR: Barbara A. McGraw, 1170 Bollinger Canyon Road, Moraga, CA 94556.
      >Please direct all questions regarding the Student Paper Competition to
      >Professor McGraw at
      ><mailto:bmcgraw@...>bmcgraw@.... The regional prize
      >is $250.00. Please note that submission of a paper to the
      >competition does not guarantee that a paper will be included in a session
      >at the annual meeting. If you wish to have your paper considered for
      >presentation during a session at the conference, you must also submit a
      >proposal for the paper to the appropriate Section Chair by September 15,
      >2001. Recipients of awards and all other participants in the competition
      >will be notified of the outcome of the competition prior to the conference.
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      >SBL/Pacific Coast Region
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      >The 2002 Annual Meeting of the Pacific Coast Region of the Society of
      >Biblical Literature will be held jointly with the Western Region of the
      >American Academy of Religion March 24-26, 2002 at Saint Mary's College in
      >Moraga (18 miles East of San Francisco). Members wishing to present
      >papers should send or email a one-page abstract to the appropriate section
      >chair listed below by September 15, 2001. First-time presenters and
      >graduate students are encouraged to submit completed papers. Papers from
      >established scholars are particularly encouraged.
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      >Bible and Archaeology
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      >Tammi J. Schneider, Program in Religion, The Claremont Graduate
      >University, Claremont, CA 91711, 909-607-3217,
      ><mailto:Tammi.Schneider@...>Tammi.Schneider@....
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      >Graeco-Roman Religions
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      >Marvin W. Meyer, Department of Religion, Chapman University, Orange,
      >CA 92666, 714-997-6602, <mailto:meyer@...>meyer@....
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      >Hebrew Bible
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      >Joel H. Hunt, School of Theology, Fuller Theological Seminary, 135 North
      >Oakland Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91182, 626-584-5217,
      ><mailto:joelhunt@...>joelhunt@....
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      >Judaism in the Graeco Roman Era
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      >Randall D. Chesnutt, Religion Division, Seaver College, Pepperdine
      >University, Malibu, CA 90265-4352, 213-456-4180,
      ><mailto:chesnutt@...>chesnutt@....
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      >New Testament Epistles and Apocalypse
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      >Ronald F. Hock, 1053 Canyon Spring Lane, Diamond Bar, CA 91765,
      ><mailto:hock@...>hock@....
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      >New Testament Texts and Traditions
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      >Two sessions are currently planned, one open, the other focusing on the
      >theme The Impact of Culture upon Interpretation (with papers treating the
      >interplay between the cultural world of the interpreter and that of the
      >text). Papers for both the open and thematic sessions should be sent to:
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      >Florence Gillman, Dept. of Theology and Religious Studies, University of
      >San Diego, 5998 Alcala Park, San Diego, CA 92110, 619-260-4051,
      ><mailto:gillman@...>gillman@... .
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      >Student Essay Prize
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      >Professors wishing to submit papers by doctoral or master's students for
      >the Student Essay Prize should do so to Jonathan L. Reed by December
      >1. Students may also submit their own papers for consideration. All
      >papers, however, must first be submitted to the appropriate section chair
      >by September 15 for inclusion in the meeting program. First-place prizes
      >for both Hebrew Bible/History of Israel and New Testament/Early Judaism
      >are $150.
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      >Western Jewish Studies Association Conference
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      >March 24-March 26, 2002
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      >St. Mary's College,
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      >Moraga, California
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      > The Western Jewish Studies Association is seeking paper and
      > panel proposals for its annual conference. All topics related to Jewish
      > culture, history, and religion are welcome, especially ones that deal
      > with the history of Jews in the American West and with pedagogy. Since
      > this conference is being held in conjunction with the AAR/Western Region
      > and the SBL/Pacific Coast Region, submission of papers and panels dealing
      > with Jewish scripture and Judaism's relationship with other religions are
      > also encouraged.
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      > Please mail two copies of your paper or panel proposal and a
      > short cv to:
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      > Prof. Lawrence Baron
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      > Department of History
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      > San Diego State University
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      > San Diego, CA 92182-8148
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      > Paper and Panel Proposals are due no later than October 15th, 2001.


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