Interested in joining a community dedicated to promoting publicly engaged and interdisciplinary study of religion and politics? Become a member of the Political Theology Network (PTN) today. If you joined last year (2021) as a member, please take a minute and renew your membership again for this year.
As a member, you support the vital work of the Network as it seeks to grow and diversify the emerging field of political theology. You also receive our newsletter (you can opt out anytime) with regular updates and opportunities to participate in the activities of the Network. For more information on membership, see https://politicaltheology.com/membership/
The following content from just the last 30 days gives you a sample of PTN’s exciting interdisciplinary and diverse content:
- Robert Yelle’s contribution, “Deprovincializing Political Theology” to The Brink, a blog stream that features content from the journal Political Theology with which PTN is affiliated.
- Barbara Sostaita’s essay, “Abolition,” as part of the Critical Theory for Political Theology blog stream.
- Online symposium on “Just Universities, Just Economics,” as part of the Symposia blog stream.
- Jewish scholar, Ethan Schwartz’s essay, “Redemption as Creation in the Cosmic Empire” as part of Politics of Scripture blog stream.
- Michael Graziano’s essay, “Law and Order Catholicism in the Vietnam War” in Catholic Revisions blog stream that critically engages Catholic traditions and Catholic-adjacent questions and movements.
- Shi’i Muslim feminist scholar Shaista Abdul Aziz Patel’s take, “Who is Afraid of Allah? On Muslims Sans Muslimness.”
- Check out interesting conversations on our podcast that is currently exploring synthetic religions. For a sample, see “Anger’s Anatomy” that explores the relationship between disability and punk rock music.
Become a member today and join the conversation: https://politicaltheology.com/membership/