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Annual Meeting 2014

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The Psychology, Culture, and Religion Group presents the information on this Website as a benefit and service to people interested in the topics addressed by the group. The American Academy of Religion does not administer or manage this Web site and it does not reflect the policies and procedures of that organization. The American Academy of Religion accepts no responsibility for the opinions or information posted on this Web site. Any problems with the content, information, opinions, or design of this venture should be directed to the administrators of the Web site.

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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