Tyler M. Tully

Tyler M. Tully is a doctoral candidate in Religion and the Arthur Peacocke Graduate Scholar in Science and Theology at Exeter College, Oxford, whose teaching and research engages intersecting entanglements between liberal-humanism and U.S. settler-colonialism, Indigenous and Feminist materialisms, critical race, affect and political ecology.

Contributions by Tyler M. Tully


Epistemological Sacrifice Zones and the Decolonization of Religion

Decolonization requires changing the politics of academia's knowledge production, argues Tyler M. Tully in this response to Episode 337: Decolonizing the Study of Religion with Malory Nye.



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