Religion

The Baptized Muse: Early Christian poetry as cultural authority

University of Bristol
With the rise of Christianity in the Roman Empire increasing numbers of educated people converted to this new belief. As […]
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What is Holistic Biology and why does it matter?

UCL Institute of Education
Recent developments toward a more holistic biology do not eliminate reductionism and determinism, but they do suggest more complex forms […]
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Male Wives and Female Husbands: Reconfiguring Gender in the Tablighi Jamaʻat in the Gambia

SOAS University of London
Marloes Janson research is at the intersection of anthropology and religion. West Africa (the Gambia, Senegal and Nigeria) are my […]
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Towards a Framework for the Study of Christian-Muslim Encounters in Africa

SOAS University of London
In research on religion in Africa, the study of both Christianity and Islam is thriving. Marloes Janson research is at […]
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Faith in the public sphere

Goldsmiths, University of London
Christopher Baker locates the presence of social justice within a social imaginary of a connected society that deploys foundational principles, […]
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Postsecularity and a New Urban Politics—Spaces, Places and Imaginaries

Goldsmiths, University of London
Christopher Baker explores how the material practices of postsecularity i.e. lived and embodied practices of religion and belief – produce new […]
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Enacting the Rule of Islam

School of Oriental and African Studies
Dr Jan-Peter Hartung, SOAS, University of London Enacting the Rule of Islam: On Courtly Patronage of Religious Scholars in Pre- […]
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Blake, America and Enlightenment

QMUL
Professor Andrew Lincoln, Queen Mary University, London Lincoln, A. ‘Blake, America and Enlightenment’, in Re-envisioning Blake, edited by M. Crosby, […]
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From Fatwa to Jihad

From Fatwa to Jihad Atlantic Books 2009.
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