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Sociology of Religion Call for Awards Nominees Statement

 

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Distinguished Book Award

The ASA Sociology of Religion Section solicits nominations for the 2014 Distinguished Book Award. The award honors a book that makes an outstanding contribution to the sociology of religion. Books published in the previous two years (2012, 2013) are eligible for the 2014 award.  Nominated authors must be members of the ASA Religion Section in order for their book to be considered. Please have publishers send copies of books nominated for the award to each of the three committee members no later than February 21, 2014 to be considered for the Award. Books may be nominated for the Award by authors, publishers, or others. 

 Chair: Brian Steensland,  bsteens@indiana.edu
               Rebecca Allahyari, allahyari@sarsf.org
               Richard Cimino, relwatch1@msn.com

 

Distinguished Article Award

The ASA Sociology of Religion Section solicits nominations for the 2014 Distinguished Article Award. The award honors a peer reviewed journal article or book chapter that makes an outstanding contribution to the sociology of religion. Articles and chapters published in the previous two years (2012, 2013) are eligible for the 2014 award, and nominated authors must be members of the ASA Religion Section. Papers will be accepted in electronic form only. Please email a copy to each of the committee members below no later than February 21, 2014 to be considered for the award. Articles may be submitted by authors, editors, or others.

Chair, Bill Mirola, mirola@marian.edu
               Ryon Cobb, rjc08d@fsu.edu
               John Bartkowski, john.bartkowski@utsa.edu


Student Paper Award

The ASA Sociology of Religion Section solicits nominations for the 2014 Student paper Award. The award honors work that makes an outstanding contribution to the sociology of religion. Either published or unpublished papers are eligible. If the paper has been published, it may not compete for both the Student Paper Award and the Distinguished Article Award. Papers may not be longer than 40 double-spaced manuscript pages, including notes, tables, and references. Authors must be students and members of the Section at the time the paper is submitted, and the papers must have been presented or published in 2012 or 2013 to eligible for the 2014 award. Papers will be accepted in electronic form only. Please email a copy to each of the committee members below no later than February 21, 2014 to be considered for the award. Papers may be submitted by authors or by others. Students may submit only one paper per year.

Chair, David Smilde, dsmilde@uga.edu
               Jeremy Uecker, jeremy_uecker@baylor.edu
               Ines Jindra, ijindra@nd.edu