The Psychology, Culture & Religion Group (PCR, formerly "Person, Culture & Religion") is both an offical Group and an affiliated organization of the American Academy of Religion. It sponsors both formal academic sessions during the AAR Annual meeting each year and pre-sessions that offer a more informal and participatory format.
At this site you can find more information about PCR and how to become a Member, and who serves on the Steering Committee. You can read back issues of the PCR News, join the PCR-List Electronic Maillist or take a look at the PCR Bibliography of works inspired by group sessions. You can find information and pre-meeting papers for the Annual Meetings, along with Guidelines for Presenters at PCR sessions.
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PCR offers an electronic forum by way of PCR-LIST@yahoogroups.com
PCR-LIST is intended to serve PCR members and other interested persons as a forum for discussion of issues related to our shared concern with the relationships between religion, psychology, and contemporary cultures. The list is intended to offer opportunity for announcements and information regarding conferences, calls for papers, etc.; resources and publications of interest; ongoing discussion of work in progress; and personal support and communication among PCR members.
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You will receive a confirmation of your subscription, and a list of basic information for the list. Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org