Conversations on South Asia with Shenila Khoja-Moolji

 

 

How do politics and emotion intersect? How might our understandings of sovereignty change if we account for feelings and emotions? How is gender mobilized in assertions of sovereignty? 

Making the Pakistani state and Pakistan-based Taliban her objects of study, Shenila Khoja-Moolji (Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies, Bowdoin College) contemplates these questions by paying particular attention to state and non-state cultural productions that shape national publics. 

Call For Applications > 2022 Glorisun International Intensive Program on Buddhism, co-organized by Glorisun Network for Buddhist Studies at UBC and at Yale University, July 20–August 9

2022 Glorisun International and Intensive Program, co-organized by Glorisun Network for Buddhist Studies at UBC and at Yale University

July 20 – August 9, 2022, ONLINE

 

Call For Applications> 2022 Glorisun International Intensive Program on Buddhism, co-organized by Glorisun Network for Buddhist Studies at UBC and at Yale University, July 20–August 9

2022 Glorisun International and Intensive Program, co-organized by Glorisun Network for Buddhist Studies at UBC and at Yale University

July 20 – August 9, 2022, ONLINE

Webinar: "Ukraine: Church Communities and Conflict" | February 11, 2022

International Association for Mission Studies – Europe Missions Towards Human Dignity:

Challenges from Within and Beyond the Black Sea Region

“Ukraine: Church Communities and Conflict”

Webinar February 11, 2022 – 13.00-14.30 CET [14.00-15.30 EET]

Tetiana Kalenychenko

“Contact Lines between Religious and Non-Religious Worlds in Ukraine since 2013”

Book announcement "The Transformation of Religious Orders in Central and Eastern Europe: Sociological Insights" , Routledge, 2021

Dear colleagues,

I'm pleased to announce the release of a new book that explores Catholic consecrated religious life and new monasticism in Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, with my chapter on Eastern Orthodox monasticism in Russia based on my 2-months fieldwork in Saint Seraphim-Diveyevo monastery:

"The Transformation of Religious Orders in Central and Eastern Europe: Sociological Insights" , Routledge, 2021

Book announcement "The Transformation of Religious Orders in Central and Eastern Europe: Sociological Insights" , Routledge, 2021

Dear colleagues,

I'm pleased to announce the release of a new book that explores Catholic consecrated religious life and new monasticism in Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, with my chapter on Eastern Orthodox monasticism in Russia based on my 2-months fieldwork in Saint Seraphim-Diveyevo monastery:

"The Transformation of Religious Orders in Central and Eastern Europe: Sociological Insights" , Routledge, 2021

Book announcement "The Transformation of Religious Orders in Central and Eastern Europe: Sociological Insights" , Routledge, 2021

Dear colleagues,

I'm pleased to announce the release of a new book that explores Catholic consecrated religious life and new monasticism in Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic and Eastern Orthodox monasticism in Russia:

"The Transformation of Religious Orders in Central and Eastern Europe: Sociological Insights" , Routledge, 2021

Book announcement "The Transformation of Religious Orders in Central and Eastern Europe: Sociological Insights" , Routledge, 2021

Dear colleagues,

I'm pleased to announce the release of a new book that explores Catholic consecrated religious life and new monasticism in Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic and Eastern Orthodox monasticism in Russia:

"The Transformation of Religious Orders in Central and Eastern Europe: Sociological Insights" , Routledge, 2021

In Hoc Signo Vinces: The Politics of Religion as a Source of Power and Conflict

A new article on the politics of religion concerning the Early Balkan Slavic studies:

Albert Doja, "In Hoc Signo Vinces: The Politics of Religion as a Source of Power and Conflict." Politics, Religion & Ideology, vol. 20, no. 4, 2019, pp. 447-466. https://doi.org/10.1080/21567689.2019.1697871.

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