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Political Theology, Volume 22, Issue 6 Is Now Available

The journal Political Theology publishes Volume 22, Issue 6. Please enjoy a look into its contents with abstracts of each article.

“Interdisciplinary Approaches to Mennonite Political Theology”: A Preview of Political Theology’s Special Issue

This special issue on Mennonite political theology showcases interdisciplinary contributions from Mennonite feminist theology, Christian approaches to cultural conflict, queer literary studies, and historical critics of violence.

CFP – (How to Do) Political Theology without Men?

The journal Political Theology announces a call for proposals for its special issue on (how to do) political theology without men, as well as for an article development workshop for junior scholars and practitioners.

Political Theology, volume 22, Issue 2 Is Now Available

The journal Political Theology publishes Volume 22, Issue 2, including Roundtable Discussion on The Secular States of Race: Islamophobia, State Violence, Public Theologies

New Editorial Board Members for the Journal Political Theology

The journal Political Theology is delighted to announce six new members of our editorial board

PTN Discussion Group: Foucault and Political Theology

The Political Theology Network is hosting a virtual discussion group on the Journal Political Theology’s Special Issue on Foucault

Political Theology, volume 21, Issue 8 Is Now Available

The journal Political Theology publishes Volume 21, Issue 8

Political Theology, Volume 21, Issue 7 Is Now Available

The journal Political Theology publishes Volume 21, Issue 7

CFP – Affect, Temporality, and Political Theology

The journal Political Theology announces call for proposals for its Special Issue on Affect, Temporality, and Political theology

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’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.