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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.

Political Theology, Volume 21, Issue 6 Is Now Available

The journal Political Theology publishes its special issue on Jean Bodin and the Sovereignty of Exclusion

Political Theology, Volume 21, Issue 5 Is Now Available

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.

PTN Summer Virtual Workshops

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Political Theology Network presents Summer 2020 Workshop Series online, via Zoom, weekly starting on July 13 until August 24

Political Theology’s Special Issue: Religious Diversity, Political Theory, and Theology

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.

PTN managing editor transition

Outgoing editor Kyle Lambelet welcomes Wonchul Shin as the new managing editor for the PTN website.

CFP – Critical Theory for Political Theology, 2.0

Political Theology Network announces call for proposals on contemporary critical theory for political theology (Due by August 15, 2020)

CFP – Political Theology & Incarceration / Black Thought / Settler Colonialism

The journal Political Theology announces calls for papers for three special issues on (1) Incarceration, (2) Black Thought, and (3) Settler Colonialism

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.