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CFP: SNASWE panel paper (EASR 2024) + IAHR 2025 open panel proposal

2024-01-23 15:55 | ESSWE admin (Administrator)

Call for paper proposals for SNASWE panels at the EASR conference 2024 and individual submissions for an open SNASWE panel at the IAHR 2025:


If you would like to be a part of a SNASWE panel (Scandinavian Network for the Academic Study of Western Esotericism) at the August 2024 EASR conference in Gothenburg Sweden, please send the following information to the head of the SNASWE network, Tim Rudbøg no later than by noon 5 February 2024.

  1. see the details below for the EASR conference. Your proposal should match the conference theme)
  2. a title of your paper proposal
  3. a short abstract (max 150 words)
  4. short bio

SNASWE represents Nordic scholarship on esotericism and/or deals with esotericism in Nordic contexts. Rudbøg will see if there is potential to create one or more panels for each of the two conferences along these lines.

You will receive a message by the end of 8 February about your proposal: if it can become a part of a panel and what the possible panel theme will be. If your proposal is accepted for a SNASWE panel, it is expected that you will reply quickly to any emails as the deadline for submitting panels 15 February.

EASR details:


The head of the SNASWE network, Tim Rudbøg will submit an open panel proposal for the The XXIII Quinquennial World Congress of the International Association for the History of Religions (IAHR), hosted by Jagiellonian University and the Polish Society for the Study of Religions, will take place in Kraków, Poland, August 24–30, 2025. (deadline for open panels 28.1.2024)

Here is how it works

"In short, an open panel is like an empty box with a label on it, into which others may put their individual papers. If your panel is accepted by the reviewers, it will be listed in the call for individual papers and other researchers will be able to submit proposals to it. If those proposals are reviewed positively, you will be able to decide if they are a good fit for your panel."

Please read these links and submit an individual proposal for the individual call for the panel!

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