Call for Papers: Religious Violence and Extremism – Ramat Gan, Israel

Journal of Law Religion and State

Bar-Ilan University and the Journal of Law, Religion and State hosts Religious Violence and Extremism on May 28-30, 2018.

In recent years, religious violence and extremism have become an increasingly present phenomenon on the public stage, not only growing in impact, but also spreading to many new parts of the world. In this conference, we seek to discuss these phenomena from a variety of legal perspectives, considering the role of law, religion and state both in facilitating violence and extremism and countering it as well. Our intention is to explore the legal origins and consequences of these phenomena in a broad sense, assessing not only state law and religious law, but also the social conditions and goals that the law reflects or emerges in response to.

CONDITIONS AND PUBLICATION: Participants will be offered three days of hotel accommodation and board during the conference. Participants will be required to submit a first (full) draft of their papers by May 1, 2018. After the conference, authors will have the opportunity to revise and finalize their papers in order to submit them for publication in JLRS. The articles will be published in the Journal of Law Religion and State subject to peer review.

PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: An abstract of 400 (max.) words should be sent to jlrs[@] no later than December 22, 2017. Please indicate academic affiliation and attach a CV.

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