Beyond the State: Re-thinking Race and Religion

Thursday 10 June 2021 17h00 à 18h30
Online
Organized byChaire d’étude sur le fait religieux at Sciences Po's Center for International Studies (CERI)

A conversation within the framework of the Chaire d’étude sur le fait religieux at Sciences Po’s Center for International Studies (CERI).

This conference will present J. Kameron Carter and Winnifred Fallers Sullivan on the current politics of religion in the US and its significance beyond the US.

Winnifred Fallers Sullivan is Provost Professor in the Department of Religious Studies and Co-Director of the Center for Religion and the Human at Indiana University Bloomington. She will discuss the debate around Trump’s photo-op with a Bible in front of St. John’s Episocpal Church in Washington DC.

Kameron Carter is Professor in the Department of Religious Studies and Co-Director of the Center for Religion and the Human at Indiana University Bloomington. He will discuss the January 6 attack on the US capitol.

They will suggest the ways in which these events reveal the need to move beyond statist defenses and critiques of these events of the left and the right, urging a move toward otherwise religio-political worlds.

Chaired by Nadia Marzouki, Sciences Po’s Center for International Studies (CERI).

Discussants:

  • Juliette Galonnier, Sciences Po’s Center for International Studies (CERI)
  • Joseph Winters, Duke University.

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