Sunday, July 01, 2007

CFP: Religious Norms in Cyberspace

This conference may be of interest to for those doing work in religion online...

RELIGIOUS NORMS IN CYBERSPACE: CALL FOR PAPERS

We cordially invite you to actively participate in the workshop 'Religious Norms in Cyberspace' which will take place at the international conference Cyberspace 2007 held in Brno, Czech republic,November 30 – December 1, 2007.

Illustrative topics: religious normative frameworks in cyberspace,networking diasporas, religious collaborative environments, on-line counseling, on-line fatwas and cyber muftis, new religious movements,religious discourses in cyberspace, methodology of online-religion research, rituals in cyberspace etc.

Abstract submission deadline: July 31, 2007. For further information about the conference, please visit the conference website:http://www.cyberspace.muni.cz/

Please submit your abstracts via conference website at http://www.cyberspace.muni.cz/english/register.php

Participants with accepted papers will receive free conference pass and free access to conference meals and social events. Accepted papers will be published in fully reviewed Masaryk University Journal of Law and Technology.

4 comments:

paul said...

Wow. Sounds brilliant. You going? You know any fat cats who have a spare three or four grand to get me there?

Tim said...

That much, Paul? Horrors...

Soup Twin-1 said...

Don't think I can make this one Paul, but it does sound interesting...Don't know any fat cats just now either :-(

paul said...

I just checked out flights to Czech Republic. The cheapest way to get there is to fly to Frankfurt and take a train. it will cost me at least 2200 to get to Germany, then three or four hundred to go through Prague to Brno. That's all.

But no way I oculd pass through Prague and not get off for a little stay, so I guess it will cost some.