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Critical Approaches to Studying Religion in Film

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6 February 2023

Ting Guo chats with Rebekka King and Tenzan Eaghall about their new edited volume, Representing Religion in Film (Bloomsbury 2022), and they explore the “ideological blindspot” of existing studies on religion and film, have a listen!

Featuring

Ting Guo

 

Rebekka King

 

Tenzan Eaghll

 

Oversimplified Binaries | Discourse! January 2023

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30 January 2023

This month's Discourse! features our co-founder Chris Cotter, Lauren Horn Griffin, and Kristi Boone complicating and unpacking oversimplified binaries—be sure to tune in!

Featuring

Christopher R. Cotter

 

Lauren Horn Griffin

 

Kristi Boone

 

Interrogating the Interrogators: Managing Muslims in Germany

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23 January 2023

In this episode host Candace Mixon and guest Schirin Amir-Moazami discuss Amir-Moazami’s book, _Interrogating Muslims: The Liberal-Secular Matrix of Integration_ as a starting point in discussing topics such state categorizations of religion in the liberal state and considerations of religion and secularism. Through examples of German swimming classes and citizenship tests, Amir-Moazami suggests that in relational moments, there are places to look for state reinforcement of its own bodily needs and governing of subjects that cannot govern themselves.

Featuring

Candace Mixon

 

Schirin Amir-Moazami

 

Realities (Altered & Virtual) | Discourse! November 2022

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19 December 2022

Join host Sidney Castillo and guests Jordan Loewen-Colón and Sharday Mosurinjohn for the bumper final Discourse! episode of 2022!

Featuring

Sidney Castillo

 

Sharday Mosurinjohn

 

Jordan Loewen-Colón

 

Queens of the World | Discourse! October 2022

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31 October 2022

This month's Discourse! welcomes back Founding Editor Chris Cotter to the host's chair, along with guests Ting Guo and Carmen Celestini. They first discuss Queen Elizabeth II and “mourning” in Hong Kong, and then more broadly. This segues neatly into a conversation about the Filipino conspiracist who has dubbed herself the “Queen of Canada”. They talk about the Iranian protests, and "compulsory hijabs". Finally, they have a wee rant about how religion and spirituality is presented in mental health surveys.

Featuring

Christopher R. Cotter

 

Ting Guo

 

Carmen Celestini