Monday, 20 May 2013

New Website for Center for the Study of Religioon and American Culture

I'm sure most of our readers are members of the H-AMREL list serve but wanted to post this advert from Phil Goff anyway because we're so excited about it.

The Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture has launched a new and far more robust web site, one built to handle the variety of activities taking place and the growth of the field across North America. The new web site enables us to offer easier access to those searching for specific aspects of the Center's work, including:

 *   Meetings and Conferences, including information on the upcoming Third Biennial Conference on Religion and American Culture, as well as other meetings held at the Center.
 *   Professional Development, with information about the Young Scholars in American Religion Program and NEH-sponsored K-12 institutes.
 *   Teaching Resources, including YSAR syllabi dating from 1991 to 2012 and K-12 lesson plans, as well as educational videos.
 *   Publications, including information about the latest issue of "Religion & American Culture: A Journal of Interpretation" and downloadable versions of previous "Proceedings of the Biennial Conference on Religion and American Culture."
 *   Research Projects, which will soon include data and analysis for the Bible in American Life national survey.

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