SAR newsletter for this month has arrived! I am sorry for the delayed in circulation for this month’s newsletter; I have just arrived in my fieldwork a couple of days ago and have been navigating jetlag and living in transit! Thank you to everyone who has shared their new publications (congratulations!) and CFPs. If you haven’t got your email responded, please bear with me for a moment. I will respond to them (hopefully) soon, but I hope that your publications and CFPs have been included in this month’s edition. If I missed your publications/CFPs/events, please let me know.
We hope to include as many information germane to the anthropology of religion as we could, so please do not hesitate to contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have anything to share! We will always look forward to including new books and articles, calls for papers, employment opportunities, awards and prizes, conferences and workshops, publishing opportunities, grant and fellowship opportunities, podcasts, public scholarships, and any other information that you can think of in SAR newsletter to come.
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In the meantime, I hope that everyone is having a great summer!
Febi R. Ramadhan
SAR Communication Liaison
PhD Candidate, Northwestern University
The Society for the Anthropology of Religion biennial conference will be held May 12-14, 2023 at the University of Victoria in Victoria, British Columbia.
Please mark your calendars now and watch for the call for papers, which will be forthcoming this fall.
It will be our first in person conference since 2019 so it will be a wonderful opportunity to get together in person again. As an added bonus, Victoria in May is lovely, an environmental marvel that everyone should experience at least once in their lifetimes!
New Books and Articles
In the Hands of God: How Evangelical Belonging Transforms Migrant Experience in the United States
Johanna Bard Richlin
Princeton University Press, 2022
Morality, Religious Authority, and the Digital Edge: Indonesian Muslim School Girls Online
American Ethnologist, 2022
The Sinister Signs of QAnon: Interpretive Agency and Paranoid Truths in Alt-Right Oracles
Anthropology Today, 2022
Rethinking Zapotec Time: Cosmology, Ritual, and Resistance in Colonial Mexico
University of Texas Press, 2022
Pluralities of Power in Indonesia’s Intellectual Property Law, Regional Arts and Religious Freedom Debates
Lorraine V. Aragon
Anthropological Forum, 2022