Conference "Resistance to Order and Authority in Religion" in Budapest
UPDATED 5/20. On behalf of all organizers from Masaryk University (Department for the Study of Religions), Eötvös Loránd University (Centre for the Study of Religion) and Central European University (Center for Religious Studies) we are pleased to invite you to the forthcoming fourth annual international doctoral conference in Religious Studies, to be held 15 - 17 October 2020 in Budapest, Hungary.
we would like to inform you about the postponement of the ROAR conference to October 15-17 2020 due to the ongoing pandemic situation. With the conference, the deadline for submitting applications is postponed as well – to June 15. If you would like to participate in the event, you can still be sending your applications and english abstracts of your contributions, no longer than 300 words, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please keep in mind that if the current conditions persist in the fall, the event will need to be postponed again. However, the organizing team is dedicated to realizing the event and will inform you about any changes in good time.
Good health and smooth handling of the situation wishes organizing team from ÚR FF MUNI
Dear colleagues, due to unexpected circumstances of the pandemic we are extending the deadline for submitting contributions to the ROAR 2020 conference.
The new deadline is set on April 8, included. Preparations are in full swing and despite the poor predictability of the situation, there is still a chance that the conference could take place on its original date (25-27 June). We will inform you in good time of any changes.
Good health and smooth handling of the situation wishes
organizing team from ÚR FF MUNI
The acronym (ROAR) hides the name “Resistance to Order and Authority in Religion”, which at the same time thematically defines the focus of the conference. Contributions from doctoral as well as advanced masters students from all humanities and social sciences will be welcomed. The conference invites contributions studying the conceptualization, management, and instrumentalization of religious ideas and beliefs with regard to past and contemporary resistance movements. This year's keynote speakers will be dr. Michael Strmiska (SUNY) and one hitherto secret researcher from our beloved institute.
The deadline for accepting English annotations of contributions, not longer than 300 words, is set for 15 March 2020. For more information, please see the attached call for papers or the conference website:
We will be there and we will be looking forward to seeing you!
For the organizers from the Department for the Study of Religion, FF MU Brno,
Jan Trtílek, Martin Špirk, Michal Puchovský