>Recent events have led to reappraisals of religion and spirituality.
>This creates an opportunity to collect in one volume the different and
>differing perspectives and interpretations of what it means to be
>religious or spiritual today. Essays intended for an international
>audience are therefore solicited for inclusion in a collection
>tentatively entitled "Uniqueness and Versatility: Cross-Cultural
>Expressions of Spirituality". The book is to bring together innovative
>but readable explorations of religious, mythological, cosmological and
>The editor welcomes well-researched essays aimed at (re)reading
>established and emergent voices in the mentioned areas. Contributors
>are at liberty to explore any aspect of spirituality, culture and
>religion reflecting their academic and scholarly orientations.
>Contributions on the themes such as spiritual awakening, God, ecstasy,
>super-fear, education, women's spirituality, non-Western traditions,
>esotericism and the like are welcome.
>Submissions should be between fifteen and twenty-five pages, although
>longer contributions will be accepted in exceptional circumstances.
>Contributors are encouraged but not necessarily bound to adopt the MLA
>format in preparing their essays, and submissions can initially be made
>either electronically or in two hard copies. Even though the deadline
>for submissions is January 31,2004, the editor welcomes early
>submissions and enquiries.
>All contributions should be sent to:
>Dr. 'BioDun J. Ogundayo
>University of Pittsburgh
>300 Campus Drive
>Bradford, PA 16701
>Email:[log in to unmask]
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