Category Archive: Featured

Events and Activities to be featured on the front page.

Sep 28

Sociology of Religion Study Group (SocRel) Annual Conference 2017

On the Edge? Centres and Margins in the Sociology of Religion Wednesday 12th July – Friday 14th July 2017 University of Leeds Click HERE to register Keynote Speakers Professor Bryan Turner (City University of New York) Professor Kim Knott (University of Lancaster) Professor Philip Mellor (University of Leeds) Professor Sarah Bracke (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) Professor …

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Sep 27

British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2017 Recovering the Social: Personal Troubles and Public Issues

Manchester University April 4-6, 2017 Call for Papers: The last few decades have seen the rise of a culture of hyper-individualism in the UK, USA and elsewhere, reversing a tentative trend towards greater social cohesion and solidarity that began to emerge in the first half of the 20th century. The current scenario has largely been driven …

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Sep 19

PETER B. CLARKE Memorial Essay Prize 2017 – Call for Essay Submissions

The Winner of the Essay Prize will receive: a Free Full Pass for the Annual Socrel Conference 12-14 July 2017, Leeds University a cheque for £100 (sponsored by Taylor & Francis) a £50 voucher for books from Taylor & Francis (sponsored by Routledge) a year’s subscription to the Journal of Contemporary Religion an opportunity to …

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Aug 03

Socrel Annual Bursary Scheme

These bursaries have been created to help postgraduate students (PGs), Early Career Scholars (ECS) and low income or unwaged Socrel members with the costs associated with attending the Socrel annual conference (University of Leeds, 12-14 July 2017). They are exclusively to support attending and presenting a paper at the annual conference. Please consult the information …

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Oct 05

Socrel Mentoring Scheme: Championing Women in the Academy

We are very excited about the Socrel Mentoring Scheme and warmly invite women to participate. The British Sociological Association Sociology of Religion Study Group (Socrel) is committed to championing women at all stages of their academic careers and the Mentoring Scheme is one way of doing this. The Mentoring Scheme has been formed not only …

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May 21

Join SocRel

There are many reasons to join SocRel. Founded in 1975, SocRel has grown to become the second largest discipline study group within the British Sociological Association (BSA). Membership enables you to join a large community of academics in the field of contemporary religion and the sociology of religion. It also brings a number of direct …

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