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SSSR/RRA Annual Meeting 2007

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM
Thursday, November 1
8:00-12:00 SSSR Council Meeting
2:00-5:00 RRA Board Meeting
6:00 Joint SSSR/RRA Council and Board Dinner
6:00-9:00pm Registration in Regency Ballroom Foyer
8:00-10:00 Reception with Cash Bar in Regency Ballroom Foyer


Friday, November 2
8:00am-3:00pm Registration in Regency Ballroom Foyer
9:00am-4:00pm Book Exhibit Buccaneer B and C

FRIDAY MORNING, 8:30-10:00

A-1 Religion and Contemporary Society [SSSR]

Garrison I

Convener

Elisa Zhai, University of Texas, Austin, jzhai@mail.la.utexas.edu


The Public Sphere and the Making of Modern Islam in Egypt’

Jeff Kenney, DePauw University, jkenney@depauw.edu


Religion in Context: Exploring Religiosity and Well-Being in Contemporary Japan’

Michael K. Roemer. The University of Texas at Austin, roemermk@mail.la.utexas.edu



A-2 Issues in Denominational Research Using Prominent National Data Sets: The Case of the Mormons [SSSR/MSSA]

Garrison II

Convener and Discussant

Rick Phillips, University of North Florida, richard.phillips@unf.edu




    Sampling Issues for Small Populations.’

    John P. Hoffman, Brigham Young University, john_hoffmann@byu.edu

    Finding Religion in Census Data: Mormons in the Mexican Census.’

    Tim B. Heaton, Brigham Young University, tim_heaton@byu.edu


Combining Surveys to Draw Conclusions on Mormons.’

Cardell Jacobson, Brigham Young University, cardell_jacobson@byu.edu

A-3 Nationalism and National Identity [SSSR]

Buccaneer A

Convener

Nadya Jaworsky, Yale University, bernadette.jaworsky@yale.edu


The Changing Dynamics of Religion and National Identity: Greece and Ireland in a Comparative Perspective’

Daphne Halikiopoulou, London School of Economics and Political Science, d.halikiopoulou@lse.ac.uk


Examining the role of national boundaries on religious activism and ‘just’ economic trade’

Amy Reynolds, Princeton University, areyno@princeton.edu


Nationalism, Religion, and Secularization’

Jonathan Eastwood, Washington and Lee University, eastwoodj@wlu.edu

Nikolas Prevelakis, Harvard University, prevelak@fas.harvard.edu
Muslims in Europe and Euro-Islam’

James A. Beckford, University of Warwick, UK, j.a.beckford@warwick.ac.uk



A-4 Religious Education and Development [SSSR]

Ybor Room
Convener

David Sikkink, University of Notre Dame, David.Sikkink.1@nd.edu

Intersecting identities: New Teachers in American Catholic, Jewish and Urban Public Schools

Bethamie Horowitz, NYC, NY, bethamie@gmail.com

Sharon Feiman-Nemser, Brandeis University, snemser@brandeis.edu
Walking the Walk: building universality and particularity into religious identities of youth”

Katie Day, Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, kday@ltsp.edu


Who’s in Charge of Spiritual Development? Exploring how Teens Negotiate their Religious and Spiritual Identities Outside of their Faith Communities.”

Josh Borkin, Teachers College, Colombia University, jbb2106@columbia.edu


The Impact of Alternative Schooling Strategies on Adolescent Religiosity”

Jeremy E. Uecker, University of Texas at Austin, juecker@prc.utexas.edu




A-5 Genetics and Cognitive Science [SSSR]

Garrison III
Convener

Ann Taves, University of California, Santa Barbara, taves@religion.ucsb.edu


Genetic Influences on Religious Involvement: Correlation with an Adaptive Trait as a Possible Explanation’

Matt Bradshaw, The University of Texas at Austin, bradshaw@mail.la.utexas.edu


The Behavior Genetics of Religiosity: Reevaluating Model Assumptions’

Jacob Felson, Penn State University, jlfelson@pop.psu.edu

Death Where is Thy Sting?: Constructing an Independent Measure of Existential Certainty’

Aaron D. McVean, University of Nevada, Reno, amcvean@unr.edu

R. David Hayward, University of Nevada, Reno, david.hayward@gmail.com
Awe - Towards a naturalistic account’

Tom Sjöblom, University of Helsinki, tom.sjoblom@helsinki.fi




A-6 Religious Renewal and Traditionalism [SSSR]

Buccanneer D

Convener

Jerry Park, Baylor University, jerry_park@baylor.edu


Islam Needs Revival, Not Reform: Traditional Islam and Segmented Assimilation Among Second-Generation Muslim Americans’

Christine Soriea Sheikh, University of Denver, sheikh@email.arizona.edu


The Vanishing Veil: Roman Catholic Sisters and the Resurrection of the Holy Habit’

Kara Lemma, University of Southern California, lemma@usc.edu

Is There a Mormon Evangelical Christian Rapprochement?’

O. Kendall White, Jr., Washington and Lee University, whitek@wlu.edu




A-7 Spiritual Capital [ASREC]
Esplanade I


Convener

Kimon Sargeant, Templeton Foundation, ksargeant@templeton.org


Spirituality, Socially Referenced Preferences, and the Afterlife
Rowena A. Pecchenino,Michigan State University, rowenap@msu.edu
Risk, Religion, and Regional Development
Brian J. Osoba,University of Texas at El Paso, bosoba@utep.edu
Spiritual, Human, and Physical Capital: Are They Complementary Factors in Economic Growth?
Charles North, Baylor University, charles_North@baylor.edu

Carl Gwin, Pepperdine University, carl.gwin@pepperdine.edu


Religion and Economic Development: Evidence from the Early Twentieth Century
Robert Subrick, James Madison University, jsubrick@gmu.edu


A-8 Computational Approaches to the Study of Religious Belief, Behavior, and Institutions [ASREC]
Esplanade II


Convener

Chris Bader, Baylor University, Christopher_Bader@baylor.edu


A Model of Emergent Extermism: Necessary Conditions and Countervailing Policy
Michael Makowsky, George Mason University, mmakowsk@gmu.edu
From Rational Agents to Church and Sect
Laurence Iannaccone, George Mason University, larry@econzone.com

Andrew Iannaccone, UCLA, andrew.iannaccone@gmail.com


God from the Machine
William S. Bainbridge, National Science Foundation, wsbainbridge@yahoo.com


A-9 [Pending] [ASREC]

Esplanade III


A-10 American Congregations 2005 – The FACT2005 National Survey of Congregations [RRA]

Regency V

Organizer and Convener

David Roozen, Director, Hartford Seminary, roozen@hrtsem.edu


American Congregations 2005: An Overview.’
David Roozen, Hartford Seminary, roozen@hrtsem.edu
FACTs on Growth: A New Look at the Dynamics of Growth and Decline.’
C. Kirk Hadaway, Director of Research for the Episcopal Church khadaway@episcopalchurch.org
Synagogues in the FACT2005 Survey.’
J. Shawn Landres, Director of Research, Synagogue 3000, shawn@synagogue3000.org
Worship, Spiritual Identity, and Growth: Seventh-day Adventists and FACT 2005.’

Roger L. Dudley, Andrews University, dudley@andrews.edu




A-11 Disconnected Catholics and Catholic Identity (Catholic Research Forum) [RRA]

Regency VI

Convener

Mary Gautier, Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate at Georgetown, gautierm@georgetown.edu


Discussant

Patricia Wittberg, Indiana University/Purdue University, Indianapolis, pwittber@iupui.edu


Why Catholics Don't Attend Sunday Mass: An Action Research Approach’

Robert Miller, Archdiocese of Philadelphia, drmiller@adphila.org


Catholics Who Have Stopped Going to Mass’

Bob Dixon, Australian, Catholic Bishops Conference, Bob.Dixon@ppo.catholic.org.au

Sharon Bond, LaTrobe University, sabond@students.latrobe.edu.au

Kath Engebretson, Australian Catholic University, K.Engebretson@patrick.acu.edu.au

Richard Rymarz, St Joseph's College, University of Alberta.


Catholic Identity Among Young Adult Catholics’

Dean Hoge, Catholic, University of America, Hoge@cua.edu




FRIDAY MORNING, 10:15-11:45

B-1 Psychological Considerations [SSSR]

Garrison I

Convener

Andrew Village, University of Wales, a.village@bangor.ac.uk


Attachment to God and Self-Conscious Affect’

Harley Baker, California State University Channel Islands, harley.baker@csuci.edu

Corrin Hoglund, California State University Channel Islands, corrinhoglund@gmail.com
The Effects of Religiosity on Empathy and Altruism in Jordanian Muslims and U.S. Christians’

Mohamed Hadidi, University of North Florida, hadm0004@unf.edu


Conceptions of God across Muslim, Jewish and Christian Traditions: An Empirical Approach Using the Five Factor Model of Personality’

Scott Forrest Grover, Fuller Theological Seminary, sfgrover@cp.fuller.edu

Richard Gorsuch, Fuller Theological Seminary

Alvin Dueck, Fuller Theological Seminary


Exploring the Relationship Between Manipulativeness and Christian Identity’

Nena L. Kircher, Forest Institute of Professional Psychology and Missouri State University, nkircher@forest.edu



B-2 The Politics and Social Relevance of Latino Religion [SSSR/RRA]

Regency V

Organizer

Edwin I. Hernandez, University of Notre Dame, ehernan5@nd.edu


Convener

Milagros Peña, University of Florida, mpena@soc.ufl.edu


Latino Religion and Involvement in Immigration Protest’ 

Kraig Beyerlein, University of Phoenix, kbeyerle@email.arizona.edu

David Sikkink, University of Notre Dame, dsikkink@nd.edu

Edwin Hernandez. University of Notre Dame, ehernan5@nd.edu


The Politics of Latino Charismatics’ 

Norman Ruano, Loyola University, nruano@ccc.edu

Edwin I. Hernandez, University of Notre Dame, ehernan5@nd.edu

Milagros Peña, University of Florida, mpena@soc.ufl.edu


The Role of Latino Churches in HIV/AIDS Prevention’ 

Edwin I. Hernandez, University of Notre Dame, ehernan5@nd.edu

Rebecca Burwell, University of Notre Dame, rburwell@nd.edu

Milagros Peña, University of Florida, mpena@soc.ufl.edu

Guillermo Grenier, Florida International University, grenier.4@nd.edu

David Sikkink, University of Notre Dame, dsikkink@nd.edu


The Social Service Provision of Latino Churches’

Rebecca Burwell, University of Notre Dame, rburwell@nd.edu

Edwin Hernandez, University of Notre Dame, ehernan5@nd.edu

Milagros Peña, University of Florida, mpena@soc.ufl.edu

Guillermo Grenier, Florida International University, grenier.4@nd.edu

David Sikkink, University of Notre Dame, dsikkink@nd.edu




B-3 Religion and Civic Engagement [SSSR]

Ybor Room

Convener

Tim Helton, Drew University, tim@timhelton.com


Teaching Civic Skills: The Role of Religion’

James M. Penning, Calvin College - penn@calvin.edu

Corwin Smidt, Calvin College, smid@calvin.edu
From Sect to Public Engagement: The Evangelical Movement in El Salvador’

Steve Offutt, Boston University, soffutt_1999@yahoo.com

Do Churches Make Good Neighbors? The Effects of Congregational Context on Civic Participation’

Edward C. Polson, Baylor University, Clay_Polson@baylor.edu


Religion and Membership in Civic Associations’

Corwin Smidt, Calvin College, smid@calvin.edu




B-4 Family and Youth [SSSR]

Regency VI

Convener

Elizabeth Marquardt, Institute for American Values, emarquardt70@sbcglobal.net


Prayers of the People:  Family Metaphor in the Liturgies of the Pro-Life and Faith Based Labor Movements’

Rebekah Peeples Massengill, Princeton University, rmasseng@princeton.edu


There Must be a Son: Religious Influences on Sex Preference for Children in Uzbekistan’

Jennifer Barrett, University of Texas at Austin, jbarrett@prc.utexas.edu 
Familial Religious Involvement, Family Dynamics and Children’s Concentration Difficulties’

Margaret Vaaler, University of Texas at Austin, mvaaler@mail.la.utexas.edu


Studying the Interrelationship Between Religion and the Family: A Longitudinal View’

1Stacy A. Hammons, Fresno Pacific University, shammons@fresno.edu




B-5 Religion and the State [SSSR]

Buccanneer A

Convener

Melissa Wilde, University of Pennsylvania, mwilde@sas.upenn.edu


Prayers of the State: Islamic Sermons and Prayer in Contemporary Turkey’

James Gibbon, Princeton University, jgibbon@princeton.edu


Religious Restriction and Contentious Politics in the Middle East’

Katherine Meyer, The Ohio State University, Meyer.23@sociology.osu.edu

Lauren Pinkus, The Ohio State University, Pinkus.4@sociology.osu.edu
Beheading the Saint, Bearing the Cross: Reconfiguring Nation and Religion in Quebec and Poland’

Geneviève Zubrzycki, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, genez@umich.edu


Church and State Government: From Constantine to Charlemagne’

Alex Tokarev, The King’s College, atokarev@tkc.edu




B-6 Religion and Higher Education [SSSR]

Buccanneer D

Convener

John Schmalzbauer, Missouri State University, jschmalzbauer@missouristate.edu


Faith and the Sciences?: How University Scientists view the Connection of Religion to their Particular Disciplines’

Elaine Howard Ecklund, University at Buffalo, SUNY, ehe@buffalo.edu
Gender Climate Among Faculty at an Evangelical College’

Brad Christerson, Biola University, bradley.christerson@biola.edu


Thriving on the Margins: The Evangelical Academy’

Glenn Lucke, University of Virginia, glucke@virginia.edu


The Effects of Education on American Christianity’

Philip Schwadel, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, pschwadel2@unl.edu




B-7 Religion, Values, and Economic Development [ASREC]

Esplanade I

Values, Beliefs and Development’

Jeffry Jacob, College of St. Benedict, St. John’s University, jjacob@csbsju.edu

Thomas Osang, Southern Methodist University, tosang@mail.smu.edu


Corruption, Faith, and Economic Growth
John E. Stapleford, Eastern University, jstaplef@eastern.edu
Efficiency Comparison Between Conventional Development Aid and Missionary Work’

Esa Mangeloja, University of Jyvaskyla, eman@econ.jyu.fi

Tomi Ovaska, University of Regina, tomi.ovaska@uregina.ca
International Christian Organizations and the Development of Sub-Saharan Africa--A Critical Study
James A.P. Tiburcio, Universidade de Brasilia, jamestiburcio@yahoo.com

B-8 Demography, Development, and Gender [ASREC]

Esplanade II
Demographic Change and Religion in Central Asia Following the Transition to a Market Economy
Kathryn H. Anderson, Vanderbilt University, kathryn.anderson@vanderbilt.edu

Linda Carter, Vanderbilt University, l.carter@vanderbilt.edu


Religion, Attitudes Towards Working Mothers and Wives’ Full-time Employment: Evidence for Germany, Italy, and the UK
Guido Heineck, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, guido.heineck@gmx.net
The Church versus the Spirit: The Impact of Christianity on the Treatment of Women in Africa
Carrie A. Miles, George Mason University, carrie@econzone.com
Human Capital, Religion, and Contraceptive Use in Ghana’

Niels-Hugo Blunch, Washington and Lee University Lexington, blunchn@wlu.edu




B-9 Mentoring Session / Student Research [ASREC]

Esplanade III
Rational Irrationality as a Habit: A Dynamic Approach Towards Belief Formation
Dalibor Rohac,George Mason University, drohac@gmu.edu
Did Religion Have Anything to Do with Success and Failure in Post-Communist Transition?
Leonid Krasnozhon,George Mason University, lkrasnoz@gmu.edu
A Sacrificial Death?
Jason Wollschleger, University of Washington, jason.etc@gmail.com
Religion, Altruism, and Social Capital
Nathanael Smith, George Mason University, Nathan_Smith@ksg03.harvard.edu
From the House of Representatives to the Houses of God: How Churches Thrive Under Special Exemptions in the Law
Krystal Slivinski,George Mason University, kbrand@gmail.com
Overcoming Selfishness: Religion and the Alternatives
William McBride, George Mason University, wmcbride@gmu.edu


B-10 Changes from within Catholicism [RRA]

Garrison II

Convener
Lay Movements: A New Form of Catholic Religious Life?’

Patricia Wittberg, IUPUI, pwittber@iupui.edu  



The New Evangelization in the Archdiocese of Detroit and Changing Religious Connections’


Michael J. McCallion, Institute for Research on the New Evangelization, Sacred Heart Major Seminary, mccallionm@shms.edu
The American Bishops at the Beginning and End of the JP II Era: A descriptive and social network analysis.’

Thomas Gaunt, S.J., Jesuit Conference-USA, tgaunt@jesuit.org

Anthony Jennings, Jesuit Conference-USA, ajennings@jesuit.org
Ethnic Variation in Predictors of Parish Satisfaction Among Black Catholics Today’

James Cavendish, University of South Florida, jcavendi@cas.usf.edu




B-11 New Book Panel Discussion --- Author Meets Other Authors [RRA]

Regency VII
Faith in America [Three Volumes] Changes, Challenges, New Directions Praeger 2006 edited by Charles Lippy
Organizer and Convener

Scott Thumma Hartford Institute for Religion Research sthumma@hartsem.edu


Presenters:

Faith in America: How It All Came to Be’

Charles Lippy, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Charles-Lippy@utc.edu
Growth and Decline in the Mainline.’

Kirk Hadaway, The Episcopal Church, khadaway@episcopalchurch.org

Penny Marler, Samford University, plmarler@samford.edu
Fundamentalism and Pentecostalism: The Changing Face of Evangelicalism in America.’

David G. Roebuck, Lee University, droebuck@leeuniversity.edu


The Shifting Role of the Latter-day Saints as the Quintessential American Religion’.

Ethan Yorgason, Brigham Young University Hawaii, yorgasoe@byuh.edu


Religion and Politics: The Impact of the Religious Right.’

Julie Ingersoll, University of North Florida, jingerso@unf.edu


New and Alternative Religions: Changes, Issues, Trends’.

Sean McCloud, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, spmcclou@email.uncc.edu




12:00-1:00 SSSR New Members Lunch (TBD)

FRIDAY AFTERNOON, 1:15-2:45
C-1 Globalization, Religion and Culture: Theoretical and Institutional Perspectives [SSSR]

Regency V

Convener

Peter Beyer, University of Ottawa, pbeyer@uottawa.ca


Global Millennialism: A Postmortem on Secularization’

Roland Robertson, University of Aberdeen, soc123@abdn.ac.uk


Religion as Contestation and Identity in Global Context’

John H. Simpson, University of Toronto at Mississauga, hermanjs@sympatico.ca


Religion, Law, and Human Rights in the Context of Globalization’

James T. Richardson, University of Nevada at Reno, jtr@unr.edu


Global Religious Organizations: The Origins and Growth of RINGOS’

John Boli, Emory University, jboli@emory.edu

David Brewington, Emory University, david.brewington@emory.edu

C-2 The Processes of Academic Publishing [SSSR]
Regency VI

Organizer

Rhys H. Williams, University of Cincinnati



Panelists

Rhys H. Williams, University of Cincinnati, editor, Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion


rhys.williams@uc.edu

Joy Charlton, Swarthmore College, book review editor, Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion


jcharlt1@swarthmore.edu

Theo Calderara, religion editor, Oxford University Press, theo.calderara@oup.com

Fred Kniss, Loyola University of Chicago, member of editorial board, Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion
fkniss@luc.edu
C-3 Health and Well-Being [SSSR]

Garrisson I

Convener

Ralph W. Hood, Jr., University of Tennessee at Chattanooga - Ralph-Hood@utc.edu


Churches, Mosques, and Stigmatizing AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa’

Mark Regnerus, University of Texas, regnerus@prc.utexas.edu

Jenny Trinitapoli, Arizona State University, jennytrini@mail.utexas.edu
Religious Contextual Norms, Structural Constraints, and Personal Religiosity for Abortion Decisions’

Amy Adamczyk, Wayne State University, Adamczyk@Wayne.edu


Religion, Spirituality and Well-Being in Cross-National Perspective’

Marta Elliott, PhD University of Nevada, Reno, melliott@unr.edu

R.David Hayward, M.A. University of Nevada, Reno, david.hayward@gmail.com
Religious Homogeneity and Life Expectancy Around the World’

Donald J. Ebel, MA, MAG, Duke University - debel@soc.duke.edu


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C-4 Religion and Gender [SSSR]

Regency VII

Convener

Georgie Weatherby, Gonzaga University, weatherb@gonzaga.edu


Religion, Media, and Masculinity: Social Selves in Search of Meaning’

Stewart M. Hoover, Ph.D., University of Colorado at Boulder, hoover@colorado.edu

Curtis D. Coats, University of Colorado at Boulder, curtis.coats@colorado.edu
Why Were They Called? An Exploration of Catholic Nuns Autobiographies’

Susan E. Eichenberger, Seton Hill University, eichenberger@setonhill.edu


Shaping Women Identities Through The Interpretation Of The Qur’an: Methodologies Of Interpreting Women Issues’

Norbani binti Ismail, International Islamic University Malaysia, norbanis@yahoo.com


Gender and Nostalgia:  The Valorization of Medieval Judaism in European Memory’

Janet Jacobs, University of Colorado, Jacobsjl@colorado.edu




C-5 Spirituality [SSSR]

Buccanneer A

Convener

Elizabeth Williamson, Rutgers University, ewilliamson@sociology.rutgers.edu


Spiritual Experience and Private/Public Religiosity’

Ye Jung Kim, Baylor University, Ye_Kim@baylor.edu

Jerry Park, Baylor University
Creating a Spiritual Experience Through Belly Dance’

Rachel Kraus, Ball State University, rmkraus@bsu.edu


Spiritual Practice and Social Action: The case of drumming communities’

Tanice G. Foltz, Indiana University Northwest, tfoltz@iun.edu


Sprituality Redescribed, Self-esteem Misrecognized’

Thomas B. Ellis, Appalachian State University, ellistb@appstate.edu




C-6 Introducing Wave II of the National Congregations Study [SSSR]

Ybor Room
Convener

Mark Chaves, Duke University, mac58@soc.duke.edu


Introducing the Second Wave of the National Congregations Study’

Mark Chaves, Duke University, mac58@soc.duke.edu

Congregational Conflict’

Shawna Anderson, University of Arizona, shlander@email.arizona.edu

Mark Chaves, Duke University, mac58@soc.duke.edu

Congregational Leadership’

Catherine Hoegeman, University of Arizona, hoegeman@email.arizona.edu

Mark Chaves, Duke University, mac58@soc.duke.edu

Congregations and Politics’

Kraig Beyerlein, University of Arizona, kbeyerle@email.arizona.edu

Mark Chaves, Duke University, mac58@soc.duke.edu

C-7 Book Session: “The Marketplace of Christianity” [ASREC]
Esplanade I

“Comments 1”


Gary Richardson, University of California-Irvine, garyr@uci.edu
“Comments 2”
TBA
“Comments 3”
TBA
“Response”
TBA


C-8 Political Economy [ASREC]

Esplanade II

The Political Manipulation of Religion and its Limits:Modeling How Policy Incentives Change the Priorities of Faith-based Service Organizations


Michael McGinnis, Indiana University, mcginnis@indiana.edu
Assessing the Impact of Religion in Foreign Policy: A Religious Economy Analysis
Carolyn Warner, Arizona State University, cwarner@asu.edu
Greedy Sects and the Jealous States: The Political Logic of Religious Regulation’

David Smith, University of Michigan, davidsth@umich.edu
Democratic Governance and Organizational Success: The Industrial Organization of Religious Firms
William R. Clark, University of Michigan, wrclark@umich.edu


C-9 Economics of Religion #1 [ASREC]

Esplanade III
Egalitarianism and Economics: American Jewish Families’
Carmel Chiswick, University of Illinois at Chicago, cchis@uic.edu
TBA
Eli Berman,University of California, San Diego, elib@ucsd.edu
Overcoming Distinction: Religion and the Global Spread of Mass Printing
Robert Woodberry,University of Texas- Austin, bobwood@mail.la.utexas.edu


C-10 So Much for Inclusiveness: The Current Schismatic Impulse in Oldline Protestantism [RRA]

Garrison II

Organizer and Convener

David Roozen, Director, Hartford Seminary, roozen@hrtsem.edu


Panelists:

William H. Swatos, Jr., Executive Officer, Religious Research Association, bill4329@hotmail.com


C. Jeff Woods, Associate General Secretary for Regional Ministries, American Baptist Churches USA , Jeff.Woods@abc-usa.org
Keith Wulff, Coordinator of Research Services, The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), kwulff@ctr.pcusa.org

C-11 Race and Ethnicity Issues [RRA]

Garrison III
Patterns of Dominance and Dependence in a Multiracial Congregation’

Mary Hickert Herring, Ph.D. Candidate, Temple University, mherring@temple.edu
What is the Value of the Black College Fund?’

Michelle Fugate, Director of Research and Data Management, General Board of Higher Education and Ministry of The United Methodist Church, mfugate@gbhem.org


Ethnologies of Scriptural Readings in U.S. Communities of Color:  A Latino Pentecostal Exemplum’

  Efrain Agosto, Hartford Seminary, eagosto@hartsem.edu


FRIDAY AFTERNOON, 3:00-4:30
D-1 Immigration and Civic Involvement [SSSR]

Ybor Room

Convener

Margarita Mooney, University of North Carolina, margarita7@unc.edu


Social, Ethnic, and Religious Aspects in the Participation of Immigrant Churches in the Netherlands’

Danielle Koning, VU University Amsterdam, dt.koning@th.vu.nl


Participation of Christian Immigrant Congregations in Society’

Dr. Marten van der Meulen, VU University Amsterdam, m.van_der_meulen@th.vu.nl


City Level Spiritual Capital? Lessons from the Immigrant Experience in Three Small Cities’

Wendy Cadge, Brandeis University, wcadge@brandeis.edu

B. Nadya Jaworsky, Yale University, bernadette.jaworsky@yale.edu

Quynh-Tram H. Nguyen, University of Washington, qthn@u.washington.edu


Religious Organization and Immigrant Governance’

Dr. Tuomas Martikainen, Abo Akademi University, tuomas.martikainen@abo.fi



D-2 Cognitive Science of Religion: The Naturalistic Basis of Religion and Religious Experience [NAASR/SSSR]

Garrison I

Organizers

Robert N. McCauley, Emory University, philrnm@emory.edu

Luther H. Martin, The University of Vermont, luther.martin@uvm.edu
Convener

Robert N. McCauley


The Naturalistic Foundations of Reincarnation Beliefs’

Claire Cooper, Queen’s University Belfast, clairejcooper@gmail.com


Religious Experience and the Brain’

Ann Taves, University of California, Santa Barbara, taves@religion.ucsb.edu


Numerical Rituals: Metrics for Modeling Sensory Pageantry and Arousal”

Don Braxton, Juniata College, braxton@juniata.edu


Minimal Counterintuitiveness in Religious Concepts: Revisited, Revised, and Vindicated?’

Justin Barrett, Oxford University, justin.barrett@anthro.ox.ac.uk




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