2015 Biennial Meeting

Biennial Conference April 16-19, 2015 Religion, Ritual and Morality SAR meets every other year for a vibrant and diverse conference of research and ideas in the anthropology of religion. The next meeting of SAR will be in San Diego, California from April 16 to April 19, 2015. The theme of the meeting will be “Religion, [...]

2013 Biennial SAR Meeting Schedule and Abstracts

Final Schedule We’ve finished the final schedule for our Biennial Meeting next week in Pasadena, April 11-14 (click on the link to download the schedule as a pdf file). You should find your panel and paper listed. Abstracts for papers are available here (click on the link to download all of the abstracts as a pdf). We’re looking forward [...]

2013 Biennial SAR Meeting-Preliminary Schedule

Preliminary Schedule Here is the Preliminary Schedule for our Biennial Meeting in Pasadena, April 11-14 (click on the link to download the schedule as a docx file). You should find your panel listed here and be able to make travel arrangements with this in mind. Discounted Hotel Reservations Please remember that the special discount rate we negotiated [...]

2013 SAR Biennial Meeting

Society for the Anthropology of Religion Biennial Conference April 12-14, 2013 Religious Syncretisms and Synergies To be held at the Pasadena Hilton, Pasadena, California Deadline for paper submission: January 15, 2013 February 1, 2013 Send papers and panel proposals as PDF or Word Documents (including author or organizer email address) to SAR Program Chair Joel [...]

Preliminary Program for the 2011 Meeting

The preliminary program for the meeting in Santa Fe is now available.

Call for Proposals for the 2011 SAR Meeting

It is common to think of the practices referred to as religious as speaking about or to forces marked by their immateriality. Religion is the province of gods, spirits, and souls, whose existence is a matter of belief. Some religions even despise the material world as inferior or illusory–even as some philosophical traditions treat religions [...]