Cfp, Korean Religions Group of American Academy of Religion

American Academy of Religion: Korean Religions Group

Annual Meeting, November 17–20, 2012

Chicago, Illinois

The American Academy of Religion is holding its 2012 meeting in Chicago, Illinois, November 17–20, at McCormick Place Convention Center.  And the AAR’s Korean Religions Group invites you to submit paper or panel proposals on the following themes:

  • ·         Interreligious dialogue involving Korean religions in or outside Korea, especially those focusing on Buddhist–Christian dialogue
  • ·         Religion and the civil in the Korean context, including church and state issues in South Korea — e.g., Buddhists’ protest of Lee Myung Bak’s dedication of Seoul to God or Christians’ protests of the financial support Buddhist temples receive from government
  • ·         Civil society and religion — e.g., public theology or religious organizations’ advocacy for foreign workers and North Korean refugees
  • ·         Korean Buddhism in the Silla period/ Korean Buddhist philosophy of mind or modern Korean Buddhism
  • ·         Korean religions outside Korea
  • ·         Institutionalization and unintended consequences in Korean Confucianism

For further information about the 2012 meeting, visit, the American Academy of Religion web site (www.aarweb.org). If you have any questions about KRG’s session, please e-mail them to Tim Lee (t.lee@tcu.edu) or Jin Young Park (jypark@american.edu).


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