Crisis and Calamity
The Aesthetics of Apocalypse, Immorality, and Conspiracy
February 9-10, 2024 | Tallahassee, Florida
The Florida State University Department of Religion is pleased to announce its 21st Annual Graduate Student Symposium to be held February 9-10, 2024, in Tallahassee, Florida.
This year’s symposium will center on the theme “Crisis and Calamity.” An archived version of the original Call for Papers is available.
The full program for the 2024 Symposium is available.
Dr. David Frankfurter will present his keynote lecture: "Conspiracy, Atrocity, & 'Ritual.'" A flyer for the lecture is available here. A catered reception will follow.
Roundtable Discussion: "Teaching in Contentious Classrooms." Moderated by Dr. Aline Kalbian
- Dr. David Frankfurter, Boston University
- Dr. Michael Muhammad Knight, University of Central Florida
- Dr. Tracie Mahaffey, Florida State University
The entirety of the conference will take place in the Student Services Building (Google Maps).
You can also see the location of the building on this map (Student Services Building noted with a star; Dodd Hall, home of the religion department, noted with a circle).
The Traditions Way Garage (Google Maps) is connected to the Student Services Building. The garage offers direct access to the building from the second floor. See this website for rules and regulations for visitor parking at FSU.
Disabled Parking Spots
The Traditions Way Garage contains many disabled parking spots and offers direct access to the Student Services Building from the second floor. See this website for rules and regulations for visitor parking at FSU.
The Student Services Building has restrooms for women and for men on the second floor (where our conference will be held). Two all-gender-restrooms can be found on the first floor of the building. If you leave this building and need an all-gender-restroom on campus, consult this map from FSU Pride Student Union.