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Conferences & Workshops

 

Space and Speech: Discursive Environments Across Non-Arab Islam

John E. Sawyer Seminar

7-9 September 2017

Vanderbilt University - Sarratt 216/220

Sponsored by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation's John E. Sawyer Seminar (2017-2018) and the Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities


Networks and Religious Difference in Asian Buddhist Traditions

3-4 April 2015

Vanderbilt University, Divinity School 129

Sponsored by the Fant Fund, the College of Arts & Science Office of the Dean, the Department of Religious Studies, the  Department of History of Art, and the Asian Studies Program.

For more information, please visit the workshop homepage.


Transnational and Local Networks of Pilgrimage

19-21 March 2015

Vanderbilt University, Sarratt 216/220

Sponsored by The Fant Fund, the College of Arts & Science, and the Department of Religious Studies.

For more information, please visit the workshop homepage.


Muslims Negotiating Modernities:  Divergent Political and Legal Systems, Technology, Gender, Minorities, and Environment

18-20 September 2014

Vanderbilt University, Sarratt 216/220 

Sponsored by The Fant Fund, the College of Arts & Science,
and the Department of Religious Studies.

For more information, please visit the workshop homepage.


Religion and National Politics in Sub-Saharan Africa

11-12 April 2014

Vanderbilt University, Garland 301F

Sponsored by the Department of Religious Studies,
the Department of History, the College of Arts & Science, and the Fant Fund.

For more information, please visit the workshop homepage.


Genres of the Imaginaire: How Creativity Mediates Islam through Local Vernaculars

13-15 February 2014

Vanderbilt University, Sarratt 216/220 

Sponsored by The Fant Fund, the College of Arts & Science, 
and the Department of Religious Studies.

For more information, please visit the workshop homepage.


Reconsidering the Non-Muslin Other: Internal and External Religious Differentiation Prior to 1800

26-28 October 2013

Vanderbilt University, Sarratt 325/327

Sponsored by The Fant Fund, the College of Arts & Science, 
and the Department of Religious Studies.

For more information, please visit the workshop homepage.


Religious Negotiations at the Boundaries

22-23 February 2013

Vanderbilt University, Garland 301F

Sponsored by The Fant Fund, the College of Arts & Science,
and the Department of Religious Studies. 

For more information, please visit the workshop homepage.