CfP: Religious Pluralism, Heritage, and Social Development in Africa, 4th ACLARS Conference, at the African Union, Addis Abeba, Ethiopia, 22-24 May 2016


The African Consortium of Law and Religion Studies (ACLARS) invites scholars interested in the study of Law and Religion in Africa to submit electronically to paper proposalson of no more than 250 words on the topic of religious pluralism in Africa, particularly in relation to contemporary questions of heritage and social development. “Heritage” is to be understood broadly as including religious, cultural, legal, and historical traditions, and the way these shape religious identities and societies in Africa today by 1 February 2016. Travel support may be available for those whose papers are selected. Persons with matching funds from their institutions will receive preference in being invited to the conference.

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