AAR Annual Meeting
November 18-21, 2017
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The Cultural History of the Study of Religion Unit and the Science, Technology, and Religion Unit seek papers for a co-sponsored session entitled Religio Ex Machina: Machines and other technologies as a part of the cultural history of the study of religion. How have particular technologies (e.g. cameras, engines, fMRI machines) influenced the study of religion. How have "machines" (widely conceived) engendered new approaches to the study of religion? We intend to use a roundtable format for this session in which panelists give short, 5-7 minute position papers before the discussion.