At the meeting of the American Academy of Religion this year you could feel Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz's spirit everywhere.
What does AAR stand for?
AAR stands for American Academy of Religion
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- Alabama Association of Realtors (Montgomery, AL)
- Alfa, Access and Renova (Russian Oil Co)
- Alkali-Aggregate Reaction
- All American Racers
- All-American Rejects (band)
- Allen Aircraft Radio (est. 1951; Wood Dale, IL)
- Allens Arthur Robinson (law firm; Australia)
- Alliance des Associations de Retraités (French: Alliance of Pensioners' Associations; Quebec, Canada)
- Alliance for Aging Research
- American Academy in Rome
- American Association of Railroads
- American Association of Religion
- Annual Activity Report (various organizations)
- Antigen-Antibody Reaction
- Antigen-Antiglobulin Reaction
- Antigen-Antikörper Reaktion (German: Antigen-Antibody Reaction)
- Aortic Aneurysm Repair
- Apple Authorized Reseller
- Approved Auto Repair (American Automobile Association)
- Arcadia Association of Realtors (Arcadia, CA)
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Jerry Sumney presented "Salvific Suffering in Paul: Eschatological, Vicarious, and Mimetic," at the annual meetings of the Society of Biblical Literature and the American Academy of Religion, which met simultaneously in San Francisco.
The 17 essays began in Chicago at the November 2008 annual meeting of the American Academy of Religion.
William Portier introduces the volume and its historical context in the Roman Catholic Modernism Group of the American Academy of Religion (1976-1999).
10) THIS REVIEW is appropriately summarized by the words of the immediate past president of the American Academy of Religion (AAR), Dr.
The publication of the following essays in Hebrew Studies, which were presented at a joint session of the meetings of the Western region of the American Academy of Religion and the Western Jewish Studies Association on March 14, 2010, is an additional fitting tribute to Zev's scholarly endeavors.
Brent Plate writes: 'The American Academy of Religion has announced this year's recipient of the award in Religion and the Arts.
This excellent study won the 2006 American Academy of Religion award for historical writing.