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FUTURE CONFERENCES

Making Sense of Religion: Performance, Art and Experience 
11th Conference of the SIEF Working Group on Ethnology of Religion 
Auditório 1, floor 1, Torre B, Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas (FCSH) Universidade Nova Lisboa
Lisbon, Portugal 22-23 May, 2014

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PAST

(The independent conferences have been numbered separately, from 1 - 7, between brackets).

1(1). Stockholm (13-15 September 1993). Theme: 'Religion in Everyday Life'.
Publication: Nils-Arvid Bringéus (ed.), Religion in everyday life. Papers given at a symposium in Stockholm, 13-15 september 1993 (Stockholm: Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademien, 1994)

2(2). Chaves, Portugal  (September 1996): Theme: 'Folk Religion: Continuity and Change'.
Publication:  Anders Gustavsson et al. (eds.), Folk religion. Continuity and Change. Lisbon: Instituto de Sociologia e Etnologia das Religioes,  1999).

3 (3). Szeged, Hungary (24-26 September 1999). Theme: 'Politics and Folk Religion'.
Publication: Gábor Barna (ed.), Politics and Folk Religion. Szeged: University of Szeged,  2001).

4. Budapest  (24 April 2001; combined with the International congress). Themes: 'Traditionalization and Local Community' and 'Ritualized Writing'.
No publication.

5 (4). Edinburgh (4-8 September 2002). Theme: 'Gender and Generation' .
Publication: in preparation

6. Marseille  (27-28 April 2004; combined with the International congress). Themes: 'Sacrality and Piety' and 'Pilgrimage Today'.
No publication

7 (5). Celje, Slovenia (9-11 September 2006). Theme: 'Senses and Religion'.
Publication: Jurij FikFak and Gábor Barna (eds.), Senses and Religion (Ljubljana: Zalozba ZRC,  2007).

8. Derry (UK)  (19-20 June 2008; combined with the International congress). Theme: 'Rethinking the Sacred'.
Publication: Ulrika Wolf-Knuts and Kathleen Grant (eds.), Rethinking the sacred. Proceedings of the ninth SIEF conference in Derry 2008 (Abo: Abo Akademi University,  2009)

9 (6). Warsaw     (1-3 June  2010). Theme: 'Experiencing Religion. New Approaches towards Personal Religiosity'.
Publication: in preparation

10. Lisbon    (19-20 April 2011; combined with the International congress). Theme: 'Sacred Places'.

11 (7). Szeged, Hungary  (12-14 September 2012). Theme: 'Religion on the Move. How Motion and Migration influence Religion'.

12. Tartu, Estonia (1 July 2013; combined with the International congress). Theme: 'Fluidity, Mobility and Versatility of the Sacred'.