[Call for Papers] The Art of Religions Encounter in Asia, 1500-1800, Deadline – 27 May 2022.
The Art of Religious Encounter in Asia will consider what objects retrieved from religious encounter can tell us about the first systematic era of globalization. When a new philosophy entered the arena, what can its material remnants tell us about how it negotiated local political and religious struggles: did it contribute to instability, become recoded with other associations, or simply evaporate in irrelevance?
This is just a small selection of the kinds of places, people, objects, and issues that contributed to the art of religious encounter. We would welcome proposals, from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, on the objects of religious encounter in, or principally related to, Asia from the sixteenth through the eighteenth centuries.
This volume has been accepted for publication in the Brill series Intersections: Interdisciplinary Studies in Early Modern Culture (https://brill.com/view/serial/INTE?language=en)
Abstracts are due: Friday, 27 May 2022
Proposals are envisioned as maximum 350 words
Please include a brief biographical statement, including academic position, fields of interest, and major, recent, or related books (not articles): maximum 75 word
Final Papers are due: Friday, 27 January 2023
Essays are envisioned as 6,000–7,000 words (approximately), including footnotes, but not a bibliography, list of illustrations, and index entries; a maximum of 10 color images per essay; essays should be submitted in copyedited English
Mail to: Mia Mochizuki (email@example.com) and Ines G. Županov (firstname.lastname@example.org), if you would like to participate in this volume (all correspondence should be sent to both editors).
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We look forward to hearing from you.