In association with the 2023 ASREC Conference (March 17-18, 2023) at Harvard University, the Journal of Historical Political Economy will publish a special issue on religion and culture edited by Kerice Doten-Snitker, Avital Livny, and Jared Rubin. All accepted papers will be presented in special sessions at the ASREC conference. We will begin to take submissions for the special issue once the call for papers for the ASREC conference has been announced.

To submit, simply submit your paper to the ASREC conference and note that you would like your paper to be considered for the special issue. To be considered, applicants must include a full draft of their paper upon submission. Final manuscript submissions for publication in the journal will be due by October 28, 2023. The special issue will be published in March 2024.

For more, see the call for papers.

2022 ASREC Europe Conference

London Global Gateway, University of Notre Dame in England

London, UK

October 21-22, 2022

Keynote Speaker:
Imran Rasul, University College London

Notre Dame's London Global Gateway
1-4 Suffolk Street, London
(About one block west of Trafalgar Square)

The registration fee is $125.

Accommodations & Travel:
Attendees should cover their own accommodations & travel expenses. As one of the world's premier destinations, London offers a wide variety of different accommodation options.

Registration at the conference will include a reception on Friday night and snacks and coffee throughout the conference.

The conference will be located in central London, and is easily accessible from all London airports and via public transportation.

A laptop and AV equipment will be provided for each session. Speakers should come prepared to load their talk onto the conference laptop.

The program will be released in September.

Workshop in the Economics of Religion

Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research

Stanford, CA

October 28-29, 2022

Preliminary Program

Our Supporters
Funding for ASREC has been provided by Chapman University. Located in Orange, California, Chapman's mission is to provide a personalized education of distinction that leads to inquiring, ethical and productive lives as global citizens.

Funding for graduate student workshops, ASREC events, conferences, and research generously provided by the John Templeton Foundation.