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African Association for the Study of Religion
The African Association for the Study of Religions (AASR) is an academic association that promotes the study of religions in Africa through international collaboration in research, publishing, and teaching.
American Academy of Religion
The American Academy of Religion is an association for those in the field of religion. The site offers many resources such as articles, book reviews and news in the field of religion.
American Philosophical Association
An organization designed with philosophers in mind. Students, teachers, thinkers can all be members of the American Philosophical Association. The website includes many resources including furthering education in philosophy, grants, job seeking information and more.
Association for the Sociology of Religions
The Association for the Sociology of Religion (ASR) is an international scholarly association that seeks to advance theory and research in the sociology of religion.
Association for the Study of Religion, Economics, and Culture
The Association for the Study of Religion, Economics, and Culture exists to promote interdisciplinary scholarship on religion through conferences, workshops, newsletters, websites, working papers, teaching, and research. ASREC supports all manner of social-scientific methods, but seeks specially to stimulate work based on economic perspectives and the rational choice paradigm.
International Association for the History of Religions
The International Association for the History of Religions (IAHR) is a worldwide body of national and regional member and affiliate associations and societies dedicated to the academic study of religion.
North American Association for the Study of Religion
The North American Association for the Study of Religion (NAASR) was initially formed in 1985 by E. Thomas Lawson, Luther H. Martin, and Donald Wiebe, to encourage the historical, comparative, structural, theoretical, and cognitive approaches to the study of religion among North American scholars; to represent North American scholars of religion at the international level; and to sustain communication between North American scholars and their international colleagues engaged in the study of religion.
Religious Education Association
The mission of the Religious Education Association is to create opportunities for exploring and advancing the interconnected practices of scholarship, research, teaching, and leadership in faith communities, academic institutions, and the wider world community.
Religious Research Association
An interfaith and international association whose members include college, university, and seminary faculty; religious leaders; organizational consultants; laypersons; and other professionals interested in the intersection of religion and society.
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