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ISASR 2016 conference programme now available

The draft programme and registration form for ISASR’s 2016 conference are now available here. ISASR’s fifth annual conference, on the theme “Religion and Revolution”, will be held at UCC on Thursday and Friday, 16th and 17th June. The conference includes … Continue reading

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ISASR 2016 conference – extended deadline

“Religion and Revolution” Fifth Annual Conference of the Irish Society for the Academic Study of Religions (ISASR) In association with the Department of Study of Religions, University College Cork Thursday 16th – Friday 17th June 2016 Keynote: “The role of … Continue reading

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2015 essay prize

The winner of ISASR’s 2015 essay prize is Rory O’Connor, UCC (€75 book token). The runners up are Kellie Lewis, UCC (€25 book token) and Angela Virciu, TCD (€25 book token). Congratulations to all! Photo: Undergraduate student Rory O’Connor, UCC, … Continue reading

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ISASR conference 2016: Religion and Revolution

The theme for ISASR’s 2016 conference (June, University College Cork) is “Religion and Revolution”. The full details are available here, including a call for traditional papers as well as one for short, “research slam” contributions.

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ISASR 2015 essay prize

The ISASR 2015 essay competition has now been announced, for essays which have been submitted and assessed in an undergraduate module. Submission deadline August 21st; full details here.

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ISASR 2015 conference report

Report from the annual conference “The Study of Religions in Ireland: People, Places, Projects” May 11th 2015 Report by Dr Eoin O’Mahony, Department of Geography, St Patrick’s College DCU. The fourth annual conference of the Irish Society for the Academic … Continue reading

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2015 Research Slam

The 2015 ISASR conference took the form of a short one-day event in order to facilitate participation at the quinquennial conference of the International Association for the History of Religions at Erfurt. Along with the keynote address by outgoing Secretary … Continue reading

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