CFP for Symposium on Being a Muslim in the Age of Facebook, Youtube and Twitter

KU Leuven in Belgium is hosting a symposium entitled “Being a Muslim in the Age of Facebook, Youtube and Twitter. Anthropological Reflections on Media and Religion in Bamako, Cairo and Dar-Es-Salam” on April 18-19th, 2013. Guest keynotes include Kelly Askew (UMichigan), Charles Hirschkind (UCBerkeley) and Dorothea Schulz (University of Cologne).

Interested participants are invited to submit a short abstract of their work (maximum 250 words) and
write a short resume about themselves and the reason why they want to participate to this workshop.
They should also indicate how their work connects with any of the invited speakers. Nine applicants will
be selected to present their ongoing work in PhD seminars, while another selection of the applicants will
be invited to participate to the discussions and the conference at Leuven. Applications should not exceed 1000 words and should be sent to by February 1st, 2012. Acceptances will be notified by the end of February.

More information on the CFP can be found Here

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