The Religious Studies Project

By The Religious Studies Project

Podcasts and Resources on the Contemporary Social-Scientific Study of Religion

  1. 1.
    Understanding Evangelical Opposition to Climate Action
    41:12
  2. 2.
    On the Tantracization of Jain Ascetic Rituals
    40:00
  3. 3.
    Human Rights in Australia: Discourse! March 2021
    38:14
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    The U.S. Military Chaplaincy and Twentieth-Century Society
    44:36
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    Sex Scandals and Minoritized Religions
    37:54
  6. 6.
    Following the Objects: Seeing Religion in Egypt and Syria
    44:05
  7. 7.
    Race and the Aliites
    44:42
  8. 8.
    Religious Climate Activism: Discourse! February 2021
    43:50
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    Beyond Ecological Essentialism: Critical and Constructive Muslim Environmentalisms
    33:58
  2. 10.
    Myth-making, Environmentalism, and Non-Religion
    45:04
  3. 11.
    Sacred Trees: Belief, Mythology, and Practice
    46:30
  4. 12.
    Politics and Conspirituality: Discourse! January 2021
    41:14
  5. 13.
    The Lie at the Heart of America
    46:10
  6. 14.
    Thanks for Listening! Celebrating 10 Years of the RSP
    50:56
  7. 15.
    The Weakest Link — MidYear Special 2020 (with video)
    42:15
  8. 16.
    Surviving Sexual Abuse: The Australian Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse
    38:20
  9. 17.
    Locked In, Locked Down, and Vaccinated? On Agency and Autonomy, in Discourse! November 2020
    38:00
  10. 18.
    Politics, Kabbalah, and Beyond: Jewish Studies and the Study of Religion
    44:04
  11. 19.
    Global Flows, Local Contexts: Pentecostalism in Australia
    38:01
  12. 20.
    Rhizomes, Assemblages, and Religious Change
    41:47
  13. 21.
    Kitchens and Constructions of Religious Subjectivity in Black Atlantic Traditions
    43:06
  14. 22.
    Presidentialism, or “Who’s Your Daddy?” Discourse! October 2020
    55:32
  15. 23.
    Ancient Christian Origins: A Heterogeneous History
    56:21
  16. 24.
    Climate Change(s): New Approaches to Environmental and Agricultural Ethics
    35:56
  17. 25.
    Roots as Scripture and Scripture as Roots
    42:00
  18. 26.
    Religious Festivals during COVID-19: Discourse! September 2020
    56:04
  19. 27.
    The Fetish Revisited: Objects, Hierarchies, and BDSM
    49:52
  20. 28.
    Navigating stasis and mobility: The journey of anointing oil
    43:26
  21. 29.
    Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Buddhist Ritual
    1:21:08
  22. 30.
    The Roots of QAnon: Discourse! August 2020
    45:12
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    Developing a Critical Study of Non-Religion
    50:18
  24. 32.
    Decolonizing Religious Studies and Its Layers of Complicity
    48:34
  25. 33.
    Decolonizing the Study of Religion
    46:44
  26. 34.
    The Science of Prayer: Genealogies and Biopolitics
    41:24
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    Discourse! June 2020
    42:18
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    Holocaust Museums as Sacred-Secular Space
    44:08
  29. 37.
    Exploring African Shamanism and White Sangomas in South Africa
    47:12
  30. 38.
    What does religious literacy mean in your context?
    50:49
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    Discourse! May 2020 with David G. Robertson, Suzanne Owen, and Craig Martin
    41:39
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    Race, Religious Freedom & Empire in Post-War Japan
    42:27
  33. 41.
    May the Fourth Be With You
    36:02
  34. 42.
    Boxing and Religious Identity
    48:17
  35. 43.
    Discourse! April 2020 with Christopher Cotter, Chris Silver and Savannah Finver
    33:47
  36. 44.
    Near Death Experiences
    42:48
  37. 45.
    Challenging the Normative Stance of Aniconism in the Study of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
    56:05
  38. 46.
    The Public Square and the Heart of Culture War
    44:55
  39. 47.
    Discourse! March 2020 with Theo Wildcroft, Dan Gorman, & Vivian Asimos
    53:01
  40. 48.
    Empty Signs in an Automatic Signalling System
    52:43
  41. 49.
    Who Are the Power Worshippers?
    48:40
  42. 50.
    Narrating Belief: Vernacular Religion in India
    34:08

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