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Call For Presentations And Proposals – Decoloniality And Disintegration Of Western Cognitive Empire, Or Rethinking Sovereignty And Territoriality In The 21st Century (Announcement)

The New Polis in collaboration with the Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory (part of The Whitestone Foundation of publications) announces a webinar-based online conference in April 2021. The conference is entitled “Decoloniality And Disintegration Of Western Cognitive Empire – Rethinking Sovereignty And Territoriality In The 21st Century.” The tentative dates for the conference are April 14-15, though […]

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Speaking (Or Not Speaking) Of God – Call For Proposals

Speaking (Or Not Speaking) of God An Interdisciplinary Conference On The Dialectic Of Divine Presence And Absence When:  October 6-7, 2017 Where:  University of Denver, Denver, Colorado Sponsors:  Department of Religious Studies, Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory Deadline for Proposals:  July 15, 2017 Contact:  editor.jcrt@gmail.com Since the philosopher Nietzsche announced the “death of God” […]

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Recovering the Unconscious – A Conference on the Intersection of Psychoanalysis With Politics, Philosophy, and Religion – CFP

Recovering the Unconscious Call for Papers and Presentations A Conference on the Intersection of Psychoanalysis With Politics, Philosophy, and Religion October 21-23, 2016 Denver, Colorado Sponsored by the University of Denver and the Colorado Analytic Forum of the Lacanian Field in Co-operation with the Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory __________________________________________________________________ “We are all proletarians”, […]

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Conferences and CFPs – Upcoming

Beyond Habermas?  Critical Theory, Political Theology, and Interreligious Dialogue  Call for Papers “Habermas’ postsecular perspective of socio-political integration has had a marked influence on the debate surrounding the place of religion in present-day democracies. However, as democracies are beset by “hyperpluralism” (Ferrara), interfaith challenges and a new wave of fundamentalist violence, Habermas´ vision of (non)religious […]