Field of Dreams?: Contemporary Explorations at the Interface, between Religion and Popular Culture
5-7 May 2011
Sarum College, Salisbury
Why might TV be as significant as Bach? How are faith communities to deal with what people actually do with the media and popular culture? What are the pros and cons of the WWW for religious groups? What is happening to belief itself in a media-saturated age? Topics like these will feature in this conference for anyone researching into, or interested in, religion’s and theology’s interaction with media and popular culture and the arts.
Dr. Heidi Campbell (Texas A&M University)
Dr. Jeffrey Keuss (Seattle Pacific University)
Dr. Jolyon Mitchell (University of Edinburgh)
Dr. John Lyden (Grand View University)
Funding support is being sought to keep the costs as low as possible. Participation costs will be confirmed in mid-February, though the likely cost of full participation (afternoon of 5th through to and including lunch on 7th) is £150-£190
Organised by: Dr Michael DeLashmutt (Sarum College) and Dr. Clive Marsh (University of Leicester). The conference is run under the auspices of the UK Research Network for Theology, Religion and Popular Culture (founded 2005), and a new Steering Group for the Network will be elected at the event.
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Further details will be posted to: http://www.sarum.ac.uk/field-of-dreams/