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African Diaspora Religions Unit and Indigenous Religious Traditions Unit and Native Traditions in the Americas Unit and Teaching Religion Unit

Call for Proposals

CO-SPONSORED SESSION: African Diaspora Religions Unit, Indigenous Religious Traditions Unit, Native Religious Traditions Unit, and Teaching Religion Unit
Call for Papers: How to Teach Indigenous Religious Traditions
Heeding Linda Tuhiwai Smith’s call to center contemporary Indigenous politics, spiritual protocols, and authorship within research methodologies, this co-sponsored session will feature papers and demonstrations on teaching Indigenous religious traditions. Presenters will pre-circulate their pedagogical papers prior to the AAR meeting. Their written approach will be in close conversation with contemporary Indigenous methodologies, teachers, activists, writers, and intellectuals. At the 2020 AAR Boston session, panelists will speak for five minutes and then briefly demonstrate their approach to teaching specific Indigenous religious traditions.



Steering Committee Members



Review Process

Proposals are anonymous to chairs and steering committee members until after final acceptance/rejection