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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.

Discussion Group: Joshua Clover’s Riot. Strike. Riot.

The Political Theology Network is hosting a virtual discussion group on the themes of riot, strike, and uprising.

Call for Proposals and Nominations for the PTN Summer Virtual Workshop Series

The PTN announces call for proposals and nominations for the Summer 2020 Virtual Workshop Series

New Book Series: Transforming Political Theologies

Announcing a new book series “Transforming Political Theologies” published by Routledge.

Expanded Editorial Team for Political Theology

We welcome four new members to the journal editorial team.

PTN Dissertation Writing Group

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”…

Announcing the Emerging Scholars Cohort

Please join us in congratulating and welcoming this excellent cohort of scholars to the Political Theology Network.

PTN Spring Virtual Workshops

Stuck at home? Join the PTN for a series of virtual workshops on supersessionism, sexuality, surveillance, and more.

We’re hiring!

The PTN seeks to hire a managing editor to organize people and content across the network.

CFP – Mammon and Morality: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Ethics and Economics

The conference will foster interdisciplinary conversations about ethics and economics, giving special attention to the place of religion and theology in ethical engagement with economics, markets, money, and finance

CFA – University of Edinburgh Religion and Public Life Fellowships

With the Centre for Theology and Public Issues in the School of Divinity, the Institute offers the CTPI Duncan Forrester Fellowship for early-career researchers working in public theology, especially in relation to areas such as peacebuilding and the arts, politics and migration, environmental ethics, and law and justice.