Dear Friends and Colleagues,
We would like to inform you that the the deadline for submitting your
abstract to the 6th Ethnography and Qualitative Research Conference
which will be held in Bergamo (Italy) on June, 8-11 2016
(http://www.etnografiaricercaqualitativa.it/) has been postponed to
January 24, 2016.
We are organising the session Lived Religion. An ethnographical insight
Religion today lies at the heart of a cultural and political debate,
related to immigration, human rights, the role of women and democracy in
Since the 1980s, the concept of “lived religion” has expressed a living,
fluid, pluralistic and everyday dimension of religions: religion is part
of daily life; religiosity is expressed through a variable set of
collective and individual, institutionalised and informal, hybrid and
We invite contributions in an ethnographical prospective dealing with
the theme of religion in daily life – lived religion – based on solid
The areas in which the theme may be declined include:
– Native religions in today’s world;
– Religious tradition and innovation;
– Female religious experience, for example in churches, in
alternative spirituality, in religious groups/movements and in politics;
– Mobile religion including pilgrimages and religious tourism;
– Religion, economics and consumption;
– Religion, the human body and mass media.
So we invite you again to send to conveners Alberta Giorgi
(email@example.com) or Stefania Palmisano
(firstname.lastname@example.org) or Gioovanna Rech (email@example.com)
and to the conference committee (firstname.lastname@example.org), indicating
the title of the chosen session:
– the title of your talk and an abstract of maximum 1000 words (.doc,
.docx, .odt, .txt, .rtf);
– your contact details (full name, e-mail, post address and affiliation)
and those of your coauthor/s, if any.
Abstracts (and video talks) must be submitted in English.
Proposal must be submitted by January 24, 2016.
Acceptance of proposals will be notified by March 15, 2016.
Contributors must register by April 15, 2016 to be included in the program.
Please circulate this announcement to colleagues who may be interested
in this conference.
We look forward to receiving your contributions.
Giovanna Rech, Stefania Palmisano, Alberta Giorgi