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Philip L. Tite
Matthew R. Hotham
Tyler M. Tully
Joseph P. Laycock
First, many of you are likely familiar with The Religious Studies Project, the excellent podcast series sponsored by the British Association for the Study of Religion (BASR). NAASR has recently joined BASR as a sponsor for the project; we will be donating funds to support a number of their endeavors, with the hope that they will continue to create content useful to—or even featuring—NAASR members.
Second, the executive council has decided to enter into a two-year agreement with Equinox Publishing (beginning in 2016), to provide an online subscription to all members for the Bulletin for the Study of Religion, which is currently published in affiliation with NAASR. Starting next year, then, membership benefits will include electronic subscriptions to both the Bulletin and Method & Theory in the Study of Religion.
As one of NAASR’s journals, the editors of the Bulletin for the Study of Religion wish to extend a warm invitation to NAASR members to contribute articles, review essays, interviews, response articles, and announcements.
The Bulletin is the premiere non-refereed journal in the academic study of religion, publishing articles addressing method & theory in the study of religion, history of the discipline, pedagogical reflections, and accessible research arising from various area studies. The Bulletin has a long history of engaging and challenging both theoretical and professional trends in the study of religion.
Articles range in length from 3000 to 7000 words. Both standalone pieces and panels of papers are welcome. Guidelines are available online here. Please address any queries to the editor, Philip L. Tite (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com), or the managing editor Arlene Macdonald (firstname.lastname@example.org).