Small group workshops for graduate students:
This year we will host a number of small group workshops during the SAR 2023 biennial meeting. Each workshop will have room for up to four graduate students and be led by one faculty facilitator. Each graduate student will pre-circulate a short (no more than 10 pages double spaced) paper to their small group prior to the conference. During the conference, the faculty facilitator will meet privately with the small group and discuss the papers, as well as issues and concerns related to the topic more broadly. It is a great chance to have some focused attention on your work, meet other students working on the same issues, and develop your project.
Small group workshop topics and faculty facilitators:
- NGOs & Humanitarianism — Britt Halvorson, Colby College
- Postcolonial, Decolonial, & Anti-Colonial Approaches – Angie Heo, University of Chicago
- Anthropology & Theology – Basit Iqbal, MacMaster University
- Religious Migrations/Migrating Religion – Candace Lukasik, Mississippi State University
- Religion & Environment – Mayfair Yang, UC Santa Barbara
If you are interested in participating in one of these sessions, please turn in an application by March 20 that includes:
- the name of the session you are interested in
- a brief description of the short paper you would present (200 words max)
Please send your application via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for applications is March 20, 2023.
You may apply to participate in up to two different sessions.
If selected, you will need to send your paper to your facilitator by May 1.