Call for Papers
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Friends and Colleagues,
As Program Chair of the 2004 annual conference of the North Carolina
Religious Studies Association, it is my pleasure to announce that the
meeting will be held this year on Friday and Saturday, October 29-30, on
the campus of Western Carolina University. The event will be sponsored by
the Department of Philosophy and Religion at Western Carolina University.
Proposals for or abstracts of papers, completed papers, or topics for
panel discussion on any area in the academic study of religion--and of
philosophy as it pertains to religion -- are welcome. Presentation time
for papers must not exceed twenty minutes in order to allow time for
questions and discussion. Send proposals, abstracts, papers and topics by
SEPTEMBER 10, 2004, to me at the address below.
NOTE: Submission via e-mail attachment, preferably in Microsoft Word
for Windows or RTF format, is strongly encouraged. I will be out of the
country, though accessible by e-mail, for part of the summer. If you
choose to submit a paper or proposal by regular mail, I would appreciate
an e-mail to let me know you have done so.
I look forward to seeing you in Cullowhee for a stimulating and
rewarding exchange of ideas.
The Seminar will be held in Madison Hall Conference Center of Western
Carolina University in Cullowhee, NC. Cullowhee is located approximately
50 miles West of Asheville, North Carolina on U.S. 19/23 in the Smokey
Mountains near the Appalachian Trail, Great Smoky Mountain National Park,
The Blue Ridge Parkway, the Nantahala River Gorge, and several National
Forests and some of the largest wilderness areas in the Eastern United
Lodging and meals: For those who choose to stay in Cullowhee, lodging
and meals at Madison Hall go together. The price for room and board will
be approximately $65 for one night $130 total per person with a
substantial discount for spouses. Off campus lodging is also available.
For Further Information Contact: