The Hagiography Society was founded in North America in 1990 to promote communication among scholars in the world traditions who study the lives of holy figures, the communities dedicated to those figures, and the textual and material evidence of their cults. We are committed to interdisciplinarity, critical scholarship, and a comparative global approach. For more information about our annual meeting and our other affiliations, as well as our book series, “Sanctity in Global Perspective,” see http://www.hagiographysociety.org/.
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Call for Proposals
The Hagiography Society is co-sponsoring a roundtable session with the Comparative Studies in Religion Unit titled "Teaching the Saints through Comparative Pedagogy." Proposals should be emailed to:
University of Texas at El Paso