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American Academy of Religion (AAR)
American Society of Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH)
Association of Jewish Studies (AJS)
Association of Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE)
European Business Ethics Network (EBEN)
European Ethics Network (EEN)
International Network of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics (FAB)
International Society of Business, Economics and Ethics (ISBEE)
Societas Ethica

August 23-26, 2018: University of Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium

2018 Theme: Feminist Ethics and the Question of Gender

Society for the Study of Black Religion (SSBR)
Society for the Study of Christian Ethics (SSCE)

September 7-9, 2018: St. John’s College, Durham UK

Society for the Study of Muslim Ethics (SSME)         
The Society of Jewish Ethics (SJE)
The Journal of Jewish Ethics (JJE)

Theological Book Network

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Teaching Law & Religion Case Study Archive is a new teaching resource just launched.

This site presents open access English-language resources and analysis of legal cases and background materials from different parts of the world. The cases feature different legal, political and religious institutions, histories and traditions. The aim is to provide a series of templates for thinking and teaching creatively and comparatively about law, religion, culture and politics—and their complex intersections—in a variety of distinctive contexts. Designed for teachers, students, scholars, researchers, and policy-makers, we expect these materials will be of interest to the disciplines of religious studies, political science, anthropology, critical theory, sociology, international relations and legal studies. They will also interest legal practitioners, human rights advocates, and others working at the practical intersections of religion, law and politics. 

The modules were organized by Winni Sullivan and Beth Hurd and developed under the auspices of two collaborative research projects supported by the Henry R. Luce Initiative on Religion and International Affairs: “Politics of Religious Freedom: Contested Norms and Local Practices” and “Politics of Religion at Home and Abroad.”