The latest SLR publication, The Performance of Multilingual and ‘Ultralingual’ Devotional Practices by Young British Muslims, by Andrey Rosowsky is now available from the publisher, Multilingual Matters, with a 75% discount. Here is a link to the publisher’s website. A flyer is here.
The latest SLR publication, Language Maintenance, Revival and Shift in the Sociology of Religion, contributed to by many members of the Heavenly Acts network, has just been published. Here is a link to the publisher’s website.
Our latest publication has now been published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
A new publication of the network, Heavenly Acts – aspects of performance through an interdisciplinary lens, is now in the final stages of publication. News on the publication date will follow soon.
We are pleased to announce the recent publication of a volume edited and written by members of the Heavenly Acts network. ‘Faith and Language Practices in Digital Spaces’ is published by Multilingual Matters. A review can be found here.
We are pleased to announce that the nationally acclaimed world music ensemble, Rafiki Jazz, are appearing in Sheffield on Monday May 8 as part of the Heavenly Acts IV event taking place that and the following day in the University of Sheffield.
The last Heavenly Acts symposium in our series of four takes place at the University of Sheffield on Monday 8 and Tuesday 9 May 2017.
Confirmed speakers include:
Nana Aba Amfo
Aja Henrietta Nkechinyere
Shaimaa El Naggar
Poster is here.
For information about this event please contact Andrey at firstname.lastname@example.org
We have set Monday May 8 and Tuesday May 9 2017 for our fourth and final symposium. It will be held in Sheffield. Details to follow soon.
Our third symposium takes place on Friday November 25 and Saturday November 26 2016 at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. Here is the poster of the event.