Announcements

Vol. 1, No. 2 Now Available

 
This issue features scholarly papers, liturgies, and poems on the theme of embodiment as well as a few pieces dedicated to the memory of Rubem Alves.  
Posted: 2015-01-16 More...
 

First Issue Now Live

 

The first issue of THEOPOETICS is now available here.

Though drawn primarily from the work of the 2010 meeting of the theopoetics working group at the American Academy of Religion it features revised versions of early papers as well as new content.

 
Posted: 2014-06-13
 

Call for Proposals

 

Until 11:59 PM Friday, August 1st, 2014 there is an open call for proposals for a theopoetics working group meeting on during the November 22-25 meetings of the 2014 joint conferences for the American Academy of Religion and the Society for Biblical Literature in San Diego. 

This meeting will continue to address the impact of employing embodied, non-propositional poetics in the exploration of theological practice and scholarship. Papers from the previous meetings can be referenced as examples of this trajectory. Additionally however, in our 2014 meeting there is a desire to focus particularly on theopoetics as it might be used in application or practice. Issues regarding trauma studies and the ways in which an explicit exploration of language and theology are particularly welcome. This gathering should provide an opportunity for mutual engagement for those whose studies and/or practices fall in the intersection of theological thought, poetics, faith, religion, and methodologies which emphasize embodiment.

A full description is here.

 
Posted: 2014-05-30
 

First Issue to be Released June 13, 2014

 
Containing content from the 2010 meeting of the theopoetics working group session from AAR / SBL, plus new material, the first issue of the journal will become available online here on June 13, 2014.  
Posted: 2014-03-20
 

Submission Info for 2014 AAR/SBL Issue Coming Soon

 

Information about the call for proposals to be shared at the 2014 gathering in San Diego will be announced in April, with proposals due in May. 

Presentations offered at the annual sessions in November will be invited to publish in the January 2015 issue.

 
Posted: 2014-01-31
 
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