The Special Issue on Religion and Violence (2020; Vol. 33, No. 3) is now published with the Journal of the Academic Study of Religion. This Special Issue is guest edited by Dr Kathleen McPhillips, with the following papers:
- Introduction to Special Issue on Religion and Violence by Kathleen McPhillips
- Ventures of Women in Relation to Religion and Violence by Morny Joy
- From Pacifism to Tyrannicide: Considering Bonhoeffer’s Ethics for the Anthropocene by Dianne Rayson
- The Christchurch Mosque Massacre: Terror and Hope by Douglas Pratt
- Reconceptualising Law: ‘Pagan’ Violence and Augustinian Peace by Alex Deagon
- ‘The kafir’s blood is halal for you’: The Doctrine of Jihād in Dabiq and Rumiyah by Christopher J. van der Krogt
National Graduate Student Workshop: Representing Belief, 7-8 December 2021 (online). Application deadline: 30 Sep 2021. More info.
46th Annual Conference of the Australian Association for the Study of Religion on ‘Hope’, 9-10 December 2021. Abstract deadline: 31 Oct 2021. More info.
Intellectual Authority and its Changing Infrastructures in North American and Australian Christianity, 1960s-2010s, ACU and Deakin University (online), 29-30 July 2021. Abstract deadline: 30 May 2021. More info.
Australian Association of Islamic and Muslim Studies (AAIMS), online: “The Future of Islam and Humanity: Local and Global Challenges and Opportunities”. 14-16 September 2021. Proposals due by 1 June 2021. More info.
New Zealand Association for the Study of Religion Conference on ‘Aotearoa Spirit’, Victoria University of Wellington, 29-30 November 2021. Abstract deadline: 3 September 2021. More info.
Call for papers: Special Issue “Female Mystics and the Divine Feminine in the Global Sufi Experience”. Deadline 1 July 2021.
Buddhism in the Far North of Australia pre-WWII: (In)visibility, colonialism and lived religion. 17 June 2021. 4-5.30pm. Zoom event. More info.
Deputy Director, Contemplative Studies Centre, University of Melbourne
Selby Old Fellowship in Religious History of the Orthodox Christian Faith, University of Sydney
Andrew Singleton, Mary Lou Rasmussen, Anna Halafoff and Gary Bouma (2021). Freedoms, Faiths and Futures: Teenage Australians on Religion, Sexuality and Diversity. Bloomsbury.
Enqi Weng and Fethi Mansouri (2021). ‘‘Swamped by Muslims’ and facing an ‘African gang’ problem: racialized and religious media representations in Australia’, Continuum.
David W. Kim (2021). ‘Cao Đài and Gucheon Sangje: Ethnical Grassroots Religious Movements in Colonial Vietnam and Korea’, InternationalJournal of Religion and Spirituality in Society 11, 2: 81-101.
David W. Kim (2021). ‘Public Trust Lost and a Sign of Retroflexion: The Socio-Political Ecology of the Korean Church during the COVID-19 Pandemic’, Journal of Church and State, https://doi.org/10.1093/jcs/csab006
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