October 30 - November 1, 2010    Atlanta GA , USA

Visitors: 11000
The American Academy of Religion is one of the leading professional associations for the study and teaching of religion, theology, and other cognate fields. This learned society attracts the expertise of theological educators, religious scholars, and other professionals — journalists, clergy, public policy leaders, social scientists, and even “think tanks” — writing about and interested in the role of religion in public practice and private life.  Members from North America and throughout the rest of the world represent some 11,000 individuals and institutions affiliated with the AAR.  Students comprise about one-third of this membership base and actively participate in AAR sponsored annual meetings, regional conferences, teaching and publishing workshops, and additional programming.

From undergraduate to graduate school, student members benefit from the numerous and diverse resources the AAR offers.  Because students are invaluable to this organization, the AAR employs various venues to address the student life and professional development of this special population.  

Opening Hours:
Monday, November 1, 2010 - 11:59 PM (23.59h) EST


Location: Georgia World Congress Center
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