ARSR CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS CATHOLICISM Lefebvre Agote .pdf


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CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS
ANNUAL REVIEW OF THE SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION

Volume 9: The Changing Faces of Catholicism
Forthcoming 2018
Edited by:
Solange Lefebvre (Université de Montréal, Canada) and
Alfonso Pérez-Agote (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain)
Catholicism represents an important area of research in sociology as well as across a number
of disciplines. As literature on Catholicism in certain contexts substantially expands, there
still remains the need for recent qualitative and quantitative data in specific national contexts
via a comparative perspective. In the discussion on secularism and diversity, there exist open
questions on the way culture, heritage, and religion intersect or differentiate (political
regulation of diversity). Law, education, religious heritage, chaplaincies, collaborations
between state and civil society—these are just a few areas of social life where these
dimensions are rapidly changing. The relation between Catholicism and the media poses a
number of questions as well.
As a global religion, with the pope being a religious leader as well as a head of state of the
Vatican, Catholicism has developed, especially since the 1980s, a new way of conducting
diplomatic relations and interfering with national and international policies. Pope Francis’
papacy is revealing a divided Church on many matters, globally and at the Curia, between the
centre and the local Churches. Catholic leaders have been involved in many contentious
debates on sexuality and gender, with different legal, social, and religious impacts
(biopolitics). Transnational networks and religious mobility are creating new forms of
popular religion and Catholic movements.
To explore these issues we propose to include articles around the following themes:
1. Catholicism and culture
2. Catholicism and media
3. Catholicism and international relations
4. Transnational practices, movements, and popular religion
5. Catholicism, gender, sexuality, and biopolitics
6. Catholicism, public policies, and institutions
7. Catholicism and other religions
The editors will seek out contributors who can address questions raised in the sociology of
religion about Catholicism with authors representing regional and cultural variation.
Please send all proposals (300 words) to solange.lefebvre@umontreal.ca
Deadlines:
Submission of proposals: June 30, 2016
Notification of acceptance: September 30, 2016
Completed manuscripts (7,000 words): June 30, 2017


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