This new issue includes a guest editorial by Elettra Stimilli and also features articles on populism, anger, and anarchism, as well as an expanded version of the round robin discussion of Islamophobia that first appeared as a symposium on this website.
The journal Political Theology recently released a new issue, 21:4, guest edited by Paul Billingham and Jonathan Chaplin. It is part of an initiative to gather political theorists interested in religion and scholars of religion interested in political theory, and it is being published in coordination with a special issue of the journal Social Theory and Practice.
The journal Political Theology announces calls for papers for three special issues on (1) Incarceration, (2) Black Thought, and (3) Settler Colonialism
The Political Theology Network is hosting a virtual discussion group on the themes of riot, strike, and uprising.
The PTN announces call for proposals and nominations for the Summer 2020 Virtual Workshop Series
Seth Gaiters and Aseel Najib are convening a virtual dissertation writing group for students working in political theology “in a broad sense, whether their disciplinary background is history, religious studies, anthropology, area studies, or some other field”…