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Theology and Religious Reflection Unit

Call for Proposals

● Death, illness, cancer
● From neoliberalism to the rise of fascism and socialism
● Religion and progressive organizing (e.g. in Hong Kong, Black Lives Matter, the Congo, "they can't kill us all")
● Limit experiences, minoritized religious, or religion-adjacent practices: rave culture, astrology, tarot, etc.
● Religion and disability (especially papers from perspectives outside Christianity)
● The work of Hortense Spillers

Statement of Purpose

The Theology and Religious Reflection Unit is committed to fostering broad, interdisciplinary conversations in the study of religion and theology. We aim to cultivate a site of intersection and engagement for scholars working in various religious contexts who also have interests in the wider aspects of mutual interest in our field (theological, theoretical, methodological, political, ethical). Our Unit promotes constructive work that typically includes an emphasis on critical engagement as well as conceptual and social transformation.

Chairs

Steering Committee Members

Method

INSPIRE

Review Process

Proposer names are visible to chairs but anonymous to steering committee members