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Call for Papers: What should a book on religions in California contain?

What should a book on religion in California contain?  What should be its scope, its loci and its foci?  What should be its structure?  Who should be its author(s)?  Three to four presentations are invited to provide a roundtable conversation to explore this topic.

It goes without saying that religions play a dynamic role in the drama that is the story of California from the beginning through the present.  Yet, no one volume yet exists to tell this story in the twenty-first century.  Perhaps now, the time is right to for this new project.

What should a book on religion in California contain?  What should be its scope, its loci and its foci?  What should be its structure?  Who should be its author(s)?  Three to four presentations are invited to provide a roundtable conversation to explore this topic.

Presentations need not be lengthy (no more than fifteen minutes maximum) nor conclusive (as they are meant to initiate conversation).  This detail is important so as not to tax the efforts of any wishing to contribute their proposal to this exploration.

In fact, a quick reply will be sufficient.  By January 21, please e-mail a 250 word abstract and a brief (one to two page) c.v. to the panel organizer at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).  Questions in advance are welcomed.

By Ray F. Kibler III, Mon, January 12, 2015 - 8:09 pm
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