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This book charts a new direction in humanities scholarship through serious engagement with the geopolitical concept of the Anthropocene.
A re-examination of the body and the erotic in Lutheran theology, offering a challenge to more austere and traditional interpretations.
By Aisha Ahmad
Why are Islamists able to build state-like polities out of enduring civil war stalemate? By tracking the financial origins of jihadists in Afghanistan, Somalia, Pakistan, Mali, and Iraq, The Mosque and the Market shows that behind the heated rhetoric, there are hard economic reasons behind Islamist success.
By Francis Wade
As the darkness of military rule recedes, deep and violent fissures have opened between Myanmar's religious communities.
Racism and sectarianism makes a sustained critique of official anti-racism, using the case of Northern Ireland to do so. Many of the prominent themes in the UK today have been central to discussions in Northern Ireland for decades. The book sketches out some elements of an emancipatory anti-racism as an...
This book engages critically with the different models and approaches for managing religion adopted in Europe, Asia and Oceania. A truly intercontinental volume, this collection brings together high level scholarship from renowned scholars and rising stars in the fields of political theory, Islamic studies, sociology and law.