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2019 Section Business Meeting Agenda

From the Chair:

Religion and Politics – Business Meeting Agenda

Thursday August 29, 2019, 6:30–7:30 pm
Public Religion Research Institute.
1023 15TH ST NW, 9th Floor
Washington, DC 20005
I. Section Chair’s report (Matthew Scherer)
II. Journal report (Jon Gurstelle and Chris Robinson for Elizabeth Oldmixon)
III. Treasurer’s report (Amy Eric Smith)
IV. Program Chair’s report (Chris Hale and Avital Livny)
V. Process for Susanne Hoeber Rudolph Outstanding Scholar Award (Ben Gaskins)
VI. New Section Initiatives overview and discussion (Tanya Schwartz)
VII. Introduction of New Section Officers
VIII. New business from the floor
IX. 2018 Politics and Religion Awards
A. Ken Wald Best Graduate Student Paper, Consuelo Amat (Daniel Bennett)
B. Weber Best Conference Paper Award, Jonathan Chu and Carrie Lee
C. Ted Jellen Best Journal Article Award, Elizabeth Sperber and Erin Hern (Paul Djupe)
D. Aaron Wildavsky Best Dissertation Award, Jason Klocek (Eunsook Jung)
E. Hubert Morken Best Book Award, Marie-Eve Reny (Nukhet Sandal)
X. Welcome from Robert P. Jones, Ph.D. CEO and Founder of PRRI

Reception: 7:30–9:00 pm

Today – August 29, 2019 – Offsite Meeting and Reception

Section business meeting (6:30–7:30 pm) and reception (7:30–9:00 pm)
Both hosted OFFSITE by the Public Religion Research Institute
@
PRRI
1023 15TH ST NW, 9th Floor
Washington, DC 20005
Two miles from the Marriot Wardman Park Hotel. A 12 minute drive or two stops on the metro (exit Farragut North) + a three block walk

Amendment to Section Bylaws – Vote Electronically

Section members,

Vote electronically to vote electronically (or not)!

All section members should have received an e-mail from the Chair:

At the recommendation of the current Religion and Politics executive committee, the section members in attendance at the 2018 business meeting voted to amend the section bylaws to elect members of the section’s executive committee by electronic ballot in future years.

The link to vote electronically on the amendment is provided in the e-mail.