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Class, Religion, and Theology Unit and Religion and Ecology Unit and Religion and Food Unit

Call for Proposals

Food Systems: Interfaces of Religion, Ecology, and Class
For a possible tri-sponsored session with the Religion & Ecology, Religion & Food, and Class, Religion & Theology units, we invite proposals on the theme of food systems as interfaces between religion, ecology, and class. Food practices are central to nearly every religion — and this food is generated by broader food systems that simultaneously have major environmental impacts, make use of myriad forms of exploited (gendered and raced) labor, and mediate widespread class-based economic and health inequalities. Proposals can address one or several of these (or related) intersections. Historical, ethnographic, sociological, theological, and critical-theoretic methods are all welcome.



Steering Committee Members



Review Process

Proposer names are visible to chairs but anonymous to steering committee members