REDO at the annual meeting in the American Academy of Religion
AAR - the American Academy of Religion, is hosting their annual Conference in San Diego November 22-25. The researchers in the REDO project will contribute with papers, panels and responses.
REDO scholars at the AAR Conference
Jens Kreinath, Michael Houseman, Graham Harvey, Donna L. Seamone, Morny Joy, Samuel Etikpah, Sarah M. Pike, Ida Marie Høeg, Marlene Lorensen, Gitte Buch-Hansen, Sidsel Roalkvam, Paul-François Tremlett, Marion S. Grau and Jone Salomonsen will all contribute to the AAR conference by presenting papers, preside at sessions, workshops and business meetings, and act as panelists and respondents.
Ritual Studies Group
Saturday, November 22 at 4 pm, REDO is hosting the panel Ritual Assembly and the Dynamics of Democracy in the Ritual Studies Group.
These are the papers:
- Paul-François Tremlett, Open University
Occupy Hong Kong: The Citizen-Assemblage in the Heart of the Capitalist Utopia
- Sidsel Roalkvam, University of Oslo
Ritually Addressing Wrongs: Negotiating Citizenship in Rural Uttar Pradesh
- Gitte Buch-Hansen, University of Copenhagen, and Marlene Lorensen, University of Copenhagen
The Consumption of Democracy – The Ritual Politics of the Meal
- Jone Salomonsen, University of Oslo
The Politics of Ritual Memorial Design in Post-Terror Norway
- Jens Kreinath, Wichita State University
The Interreligious Choir of Civilizations -- Representations of Democracy and the Ritual Assembly of Multiculturalism in Antakya, Turkey
Donna L. Seamone will preside, and respondent is Morny Joy.
REDO scholars in the AAR program book
By July 15, the program book will be available at the AAR website, but you can already have a look at the planned sessions featuring REDO scholars.