Multidisciplinary endeavours with the word ‘studies’ in their names have brought like-minded scholars together for over sixty years. Those specializing in certain parts of the world, for example, can join the North American Conference on British Studies (founded in 1950), the British Association for American Studies (1955), the African Studies Association (1957), or a host of other groups. Similarly, organisations for scholars interested in specific time periods include the Society for the Promotion of Byzantine Studies (1983), the Society for Renaissance Studies (1967) and the European Network for Avant-Garde and Modernism Studies. Finally, students of politics, gender and other aspects of society are served by the Political Studies Association (1950), the Society for Cinema & Media Studies (originally the Society of Cinematologists, 1959), the National Women’s Studies Association (1977) and the Cultural Studies Association (2003).1
Some Reflections on the Field of Sermon StudiesEnglish Faculty Research
Citation InformationEllison, Robert H. "Some Reflections on the Field of Sermon Studies." The Journal of Religious History, Literature and Culture 1.1 (2015): 32-41.