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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30 PROGRAM SESSIONS Saturday, 1:00 pm–3:30 pm A30-205 Comparative Studies in Religion Section and

PROGRAM SESSIONS

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30 PROGRAM SESSIONS Saturday, 1:00 pm–3:30 pm A30-205 Comparative Studies in Religion Section and

Saturday, 1:00 pm–3:30 pm

A30-205

Comparative Studies in Religion Section and African Religions Group

Marriott Marquis, A602 Cynthia Hoehler-Fatton, University of Virginia, Presiding eme: Just Between Us? Ritual Syncretism across Religion, Society, and Politics in Contemporary Africa Peter Hoesing, Florida State University “Obulamu Bulungi”: Spirit Possession and Social Harmony in Southern Uganda Dianna Bell, Florida State University Understanding Muslim Participation in Christian Services in Mali, West Africa, through Communitas Joseph Hellweg, Florida State University Homologous Sacri ce: “Dozo” Hunting, Islam, and the Failure of Religious and Political Pluralism in Côte d’Ivoire, West Africa Isabel Mukonyora, Western Kentucky University Oral Tradition and Ritual Meaning among Masowe Apostles Responding:

Rosalind Hackett, University of Tennessee

A30-206

Ethics Section

Marriott Marquis, A707 On-cho Ng, Pennsylvania State University, Presiding eme: Ethics of the Other(s): Levinas in Dialogue with Buddhism (Indian and Chinese), Confucianism, Daoism, and Islam Dan Lusthaus, Harvard University Acting Toward the Other With/out Violence in Buddhism Tsingsong Vincent Shen, University of Toronto Ethics of Generosity to the Other in the Awakening of Faith and Huiyuan’s Concept of Huixiang Fei Lan, University of Toronto Selfhood and Otherness: A Comparative Look at the Father–Son Relationship in Light of Levinas and Dai Zhen’s Philosophy Yong Huang, Kutztown University Daoist Ethics of the Other: Patient Relativism in the Zhuangzi Mohammad Ashraf Adeel, Kutztown University e Dialectics of the Unseen: An Ethics of the Other in the Qur’an

A30-207

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History of Christianity Section

Hyatt Regency, Hanover E Daniel Ramírez, University of Michigan, Presiding eme: Author Meets Critics: omas A. Tweed’s Crossing and Dwelling (Harvard University Press, 2008) Panelists:

Richard Callahan, University of Missouri Marie Marquardt, Agnes Scott College Ivan Strenski, University of California, Riverside Grant Wacker, Duke University Responding:

omas A. Tweed, University of Texas

A30-208

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North American Religions Section and Native Traditions in the Americas Group

Hyatt Regency, Hanover FG Ines M. Talamantez, University of California, Santa Barbara, Presiding eme: De ning Religious Freedom: Reading Tisa Wenger’s We Have a Religion: e 1920s Pueblo Indian Dance Controversy and American Religious Freedom (University of North Carolina Press, 2009) Panelists:

Quincy Newell, University of Wyoming Greg Johnson, University of Colorado Kenneth Mello, Southwestern University Responding:

Tisa Wenger, Yale University

A30-209

Religion and Politics Section and Religion, Memory, History Consultation

Marriott Marquis, A601 David Reinhart, University of Wisconsin, Whitewater, Presiding eme: Political Memory: Possibilities in Religious Remembering Alain Epp Weaver, University of Chicago Remembering the Nakba in Hebrew: Sacramental Memory Performance at the Sites of Destroyed Palestinian Villages Luke Blair, University of Pennsylvania, and John Stevenson, University of Chicago What Do the Dead Say? “Let the Saviors Rule” Christopher J. Dowdy, Southern Methodist University Exchanging Absences: Memory Work, Unilateral Repentance, and Commemorative Silence at Sites of Racial Violence

Symbol Key: AAR Award Winners Especially for Students Focus on Religion and Science Business Meeting
Symbol Key:
AAR Award Winners
Especially for Students
Focus on Religion and Science
Business Meeting
AAR Centennial Sessions
Films
New Program Unit
Arts Series
Focus on Australia/Oceania
Books Under Discussion
Focus on Atlanta, GA
Professional Practices and Institutional
Location Sessions

Receptions and Breakfasts

Sustainability and Religion

Tours

Wildcard Sessions

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