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ejournal Approaching Religion
"Approaching Religion is an academic open access journal published by the Donner Institute for Research in Religious and Cultural History in Åbo, Finland. Its purpose is to publish current research on religion and to offer a platform for scholarly co-operation and debate within the field. The journal appears twice a year and consists of articles, book reviews and discussions. It addresses an international readership and, as the title suggests, approaches the field of religion from a broad perspective, engaging contributors from different theoretical and methodological traditions."
http://ojs.abo.fi/index.php/ar/index
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
•  Online Journal
ejournal Mythological Studies Journal
"The Mythological Studies Journal of Pacifica Graduate Institute is a student journal and features writing by students currently enrolled in Pacifica's Mythological Studies programs. In addition, a peer-review board of students is responsible for selecting and reviewing writing for publication."
http://journals.sfu.ca/pgi/index.php/pacificamyth/index
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
•  Online Journal
web Australian Association for the Study of Religions
"The Australian Association for the Study of Religions is a professional organisation with a membership of more than 300 people, comprised of teachers, academics, students and others with a knowledge and experience of religious traditions. Many members also hold membership in other societies representing specific disciplines and cross-disciplinary fields. The AASR aims to function as a meeting place where the study of religion in its broadest dimensions may be fostered."
http://www.aasr.org.au/
•  Religion -- Professional societies
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
syllab Capstone Senior Seminar
A 2007 course by Russell McCutcheon at the University of Alabama.
http://www.as.ua.edu/rel/rel490mccutch.html
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
syllab "Humanities & Religious Studies: Senior Research Seminar"
A 2010 course by Bruce Janz at the University of Central Florida.
http://pegasus.cc.ucf.edu/~janzb/courses/SRS/SRSsyl3.pdf
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
syllab "Studying Religion"
A 2011 course by Brent Hagerman at Wilfrid Laurier University.
http://www.wlu.ca/documents/47979/RE207_RE300_Syllabus_2011.pdf
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
syllab "Theories in the Study of Religion"
A 2012 course by Jeffrey Bjerken at the College of Charleston.
http://religiousstudies.cofc.edu/syllabi/fac-syllabi-sumfall12/RELS210bjerkenf12syllabi.pdf
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
web Initiative for the Study of Material and Visual Cultures of Religion
"The Initiative for the Study of Material and Visual Cultures of Religion (MAVCOR) is characterized by its subjects of inquiry—material and visual cultures of religions—and by the form of activity it promotes: scholarly, collaborative, interdisciplinary, and international. It is about the study of the religious lives of things (pictures, objects, monuments, buildings, spaces, for example). It directs attention to the pressures of secularization theory on past and present material practices and ideas about them. MAVCOR is equally committed to multiplying ways of being in conversation, of sharing information, and of producing knowledge about these topics. We intend this work, shared in books, articles, conferences, courses, interviews, exhibitions, lectures, film series, and web-based visual and textual resources, to be substantive, critical, provocative, and accessible." Located at Yale University.
http://mavcor.yale.edu/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
syllab "Integrating Seminar"
A 2000 course by Jeffrey Carlson at DePaul University.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/c/carlson/integrating_seminar-carlson.htm
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
syllab "Research Methods"
A 2010 course at Santa Clara University by Gary Macy.

http://www.scu.edu/cas/religiousstudies/academics/courses/syllabi/upload/RSOC179Macy.pdf
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
syllab "Introduction to Ritual Studies 1"
A 2005 by Levanya Vemsani at St. Thomas University.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/v/vemsani/Vemsani-20060112-Ritual.pdf
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
syllab "Approaches to the Study of Religion and Religious Communities"
A course by Sharon Tan at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities.
http://www.unitedseminary.edu/faculty/syllabi/TR771fall2010.pdf
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
syllab "Writing Religions: Ethnographic Practice"
A 2011 course by Ann Grodzins Gold at Syracuse University.

http://religion.syr.edu/Courses/Fall%202011_pdfs/REL699F11.pdf
•  Religion and anthropology / sociology
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
syllab "Approaches to the Study of Religion"
A 2012 course by Joanne Punzo Waghorne at Syracuse University.

http://religion.syr.edu/Courses/Fall2012_pdfs/REL691F12.pdf
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
ejournal Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion
"IJRR was founded to publish very high quality, original research on religion by scholars, regardless of their field of specialization."
http://www.religjournal.com/
•  Religion and anthropology / sociology
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
•  Online Journal
web Society for the Scientific Study of Religion
"The Society for the Scientific Study of Religion was founded in 1949 by scholars in religion and social science. Its purpose is to stimulate and communicate significant scientific research on religious institutions and religious experience. Scholars from all fields of study who are interested in the scientific exploration of religion are invited to join the Society. Membership in the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion gives scholars the opportunity to share their research and ideas with other scholars."
http://www.sssrweb.org/
•  Religion and anthropology / sociology
•  Religion -- Professional societies
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
etext Concise Dictionary of Religion
Maintained by Irving Hexham.
http://www.acs.ucalgary.ca/~nurelweb/books/concise/
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
•  Religions
•  Online Reference Work
syllab "Religion Capstone"
A course by Kang Na at Westminster College.
http://www.westminster.edu/staff/nak/courses/Rel601_syllabus.htm
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
web North American Association for the Study of Religion
"The North American Association for the Study of Religion was initially formed in 1985 to encourage the historical, comparative, structural, theoretical and cognitive study of religion among North American scholars; to represent North American scholars of religion at the international level; and to sustain communication between North American scholars and their international colleagues engaged in the study of religion."
http://www.naasr.com/
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
•  Religions
•  Religion -- Professional societies
web THETA ALPHA KAPPA: National Honor Society for Religious Studies/Theology
"Theta Alpha Kappa is the only national honor society serving the needs of those involved in the study of religion and/or theology at both the baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate levels of higher education. Honoring excellence in these academic fields is its primary purpose, and it currently hosts over 190 local chapters throughout the United States at institutions both large and small, public and private."
http://thetaalphakappa.net/
•  Religion -- Professional societies
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
•  Theology
top site web Why Study Religion?
This attractively designed site offers an introduction to the field of religious studies. It is aimed primarily at undergraduate students, and is sponsored by the American Academy of Religion. It answers questions about religious studies such as: Why study religion?, What is religion?, What will I study?, and Where do I start?
http://www.studyreligion.org/why/index.html
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
top site web Internet for Religious Studies
This site offers a tutorial that introduces users to resources relating to religion on the Internet, along with guidance in evaluating those resources.
http://www.vts.intute.ac.uk/he/tutorial/religion
•  Religion on the Internet
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
•  Web sites -- Evaluating and citing
web Research Methods for the Study of Religion
"The role of empirical research in the study of religion has become increasingly important in recent years. In the discipline of Religious Studies, more postgraduate students are undertaking field-work based projects, and in other social science disciplines there has been a renewed interest in religion as an area of study. There have been relatively few resources available however to support methodological training in this specific field. This project has been designed to address this gap." Maintained at the University of Kent (UK).
http://www.kent.ac.uk/religionmethods/index.html
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
syllab "Problem of Religion, The"
A 2002 course by Ivan Strenski at the University of California, Riverside.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/s/strenski/1JM8R-strenski-problem.pdf
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
syllab "Theories of Religion"
A 2004 course by David Hall at Centre College.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/h/hall/hall-20040914/rel343.htm
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
syllab "Honours Colloquium (Religious Studies)"
A 2003 course by Jim Kanaris at McGill University.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/k/kanaris/1JN19-kanaris.pdf
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
ejournal Religions
"Religions is an international, open access scholarly journal, publishing peer reviewed studies of religious thought and practice. It is available online to promote critical, hermeneutical, historical, and constructive conversations.Religions publishes regular research papers, reviews, communications and reports on research projects. In addition, the journal accepts comprehensive book reviews by distinguished authors and discussions of important venues for the publication of scholarly work in the study of religion."
http://www.mdpi.com/journal/religions/
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
•  Religions
•  Online Journal
syllab "Topics in Theory and Method"
A course by Chad Bauman at Butler University.
http://blue.butler.edu/~cbauman/downloads/T%20&%20M%20syllabus%20spring%2008.pdf
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
top site web American Academy of Religion
This is the largest association of scholars of religion in North America. The web site provides information about meetings, publications, programs, and public affairs issues.
http://www.aarweb.org/
•  Religion -- Professional societies
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
syllab "Approaches to the Study of Religion"
A 2005 course by Joseph Adler at Kenyon College.
http://www2.kenyon.edu/Depts/Religion/Fac/Adler/Reln390/syl390.htm
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
ejournal Relegere: Studies in Religion and Reception
"An independent, open-access, peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to the promotion and dissemination of innovative research in reception history, broadly conceived, within and across religious traditions."
http://relegere.org/index.php/relegere/index
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
•  Online Journal
syllab "Theory and Method in the Study of Religion"
A course by Mark Hulsether at the University of Tennesee, Knoxville.
http://web.utk.edu/~hulseth/hulsether_503syllabus_F07.pdf
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
syllab "Theories and Methods in Religious Studies"
A 2008 course by Ken Brashier at Reed College.
http://people.reed.edu/~brashiek/syllabi/Rel201.htm
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
syllab "Method and Theory in the Study of Religion"
A 2000 course by Michel Desjardins at Wilfred Laurier University.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/d/desjardins/re476/METHOD.html
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
ejournal Intermountain West Journal of Religious Studies
"The Intermountain West Journal of Religious Studies is designed to promote the academic study of religion at the graduate and undergraduate levels. The journal is affiliated with the Religious Studies Program at Utah State University. Our academic review board includes professionals from universities throughout the United States specializing in the religions of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, and Mormonism, as well as specialists in the fields of Psychology, Anthropology, and Sociology of Religion."
http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/imwjournal/
•  Religions
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
•  Online Journal
syllab "Theories of Religion"
A 2008 course by Tim Murphy at the University of Alabama.

http://religion.ua.edu/rel440murphy08.html
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
syllab "Methods in Religious and Theological Studies"
A 2012 course by Mark Lewis Taylor at Princeton Theological Seminary.
http://marklewistaylor.net/courses/the-graduate-seminar-methods-in-religious-and-theological-studies/
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
•  Theology
syllab "Advanced Religion Seminar"
 A 2013 course by Ernest Wallwork at Syracuse University.
http://religion.syr.edu/Courses/Spring2013_pdfs/REL391S13.pdf
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
syllab "Method and Theory I"
A 2013 course by Robin Wright at the University of Florida.
http://religion.ufl.edu/files/Method_Theory-1.pdf
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
syllab "Advanced Field Work in Religious Studies"
A 2013 course by Albert Wuaku at Florida International University.
http://religion.fiu.edu/courses/spring-2013/wuaku-rel-4937-and-5038-spring-2013-syllabus.pdf
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
syllab "Theories and Methods in Religious Studies"
A 2013 course by Steven Vose at Florida International University.
http://religion.fiu.edu/courses/spring-2013/rel4030_spring2013_syllabus_vose.pdf
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
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