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Last Call for SANACS 2008 Membership

Do you still dream about a place where researchers and scholars can gather to talk about Asian Christianity in the United States and Canada? The dream has become a reality with the launching of The Society of Asian North American Christian Studies (SANACS) last November. With the help of ISAAC, SANACS was launched as an association of theological scholars and social scientists to support the burgeoning interest in study of religion in the Asian Pacific and North America. We are dedicated to promoting research, publications, and curriculum.  By focusing on Christian studies of Asians in North America we are meeting a need and field of study that has been largely ignored. Because this is a new area of study we hope to establish standards for the best scholarship in this area.

Would you be interested in joining us? If you are already a 2008 member of SANACS, you should receive the inaugural issue of the SANACS Journal by this winter. If you are not, please sign up now!  Its only $45 and with your membership you will receive a copy of our journal that has the most recent academic work in the field and information about upcoming conferences and talks.

We are also seeking Institutional sponsors. For a membership fee of $250  colleges and seminaries that join SANACS by Nov. 1, 2008 will have their names listed in the 2008 journal.

You can join SANACS by either filling out the enclosed form and return envelope or by  visiting the SANACS website at www.sanacs.org and clicking on the “Get Involved” tab at the top of the page.

SANACS has plans to publish another journal in 2009. We also hope to announce additional programs, so please consider partnering with us now!

If you have any questions regarding membership or being an Institutional Sponsor, please contact Marie McCulley, Membership Support, at mmcculley@isaacweb.org.

Sincerely,

Russell Yee, Managing Editor

P.S. SANACS is administered by ISAAC, a 501(c) 3 organization, so a portion of your donation will be tax deductible.

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  1. November 13, 2008 at 2:52 pm

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