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Category: Around the Network

The Political Theology Network is pleased to spread the word about conferences, calls for papers, and other announcements that fall within the wide ambit of political theology. If you’d like to share information about such an event, please contact us at politicaltheologynetwork@gmail.com.

Join a virtual stream of the PTN conference April 8-9, 2022

Can’t make it to Arizona for the PTN Conference in person? Join the Climate Change and Apocalypticism stream virtually.

Become a Member Today

PTN is moving from a grant-supported network to a membership-supported network. Become a member today and join the conversation.

CFP: Political Theology Beyond

The Brink, the blog of the journal Political Theology, invites proposals for symposia that expand conversations about political theology in the direction of the comparative, the colonial, the postcolonial, or the decolonial.

PTN Event: The Catholic Worker and Political Theology

Catholic Re-Visions will host a zoom conversation between the authors of the recent Catholic Worker Symposium. Register here.

“Re-thinking Public Scholarship” A Conversation With K’eguro Macharia and Christine Mungai

The PTN Mentoring Initiative will host a webinar conversation on March 4, noon-1pm EST. RSVP required.

CFP: Literature and Political Theology

The Center for Political Theology at Villanova University invites proposals for symposia of 2-6 contributors to be featured on its new blog, Literature and Political Theology.

CFP – New Directions in African Political Theologies

Scholars and practitioners based in Africa are encouraged to submit a paper proposal on the topic “New Directions in African Political Theologies.”

Call for Nominations: PTN Executive Committee

The PTN Executive Committee is accepting nominations. Find out more about the role and how to nominate someone.

Political Theology Journal Welcomes Two to Editorial Board

The journal Political Theology is happy to announce the addition of Muna Tatari and Pantelis Kalaitzidis to its editorial board.

“How the University De-Radicalizes Students, Professors, and Social Movements”: A Conversation With Joy James and Rebecca Wilcox

The Political Theology Network Mentoring Initiative will hold this conversation on January 28, 2022 from 1-2:30 PM EST. Please RSVP for the link.

Application for Political Theology Network’s Dissertation Workshop, deadline extended!

PTN invites Ph.D. students who identify as women or gender nonbinary to apply to the PTN Dissertation Workshop with a special emphasis on “(How to do) political theology without men?” The deadline to apply is now February 1!

PTN 2021: The Year in Review

The PTN Executive Committee looks back on multiple PTN initiatives throughout 2021 and looks forward to many new opportunities in 2022.