Category Archives: The Immanent Frame

The Trouble of Thinking About Religion and Law: Reading Winnifred Fallers Sullivan.

First published September 13 2013 at: There are few contemporary legal scholars who offer more profound and incisive analysis of the relationship between law and religion in the USA and elsewhere than Professor Winnifred Fallers Sullivan.  My own familiarity with Sullivan’s work came via the anthropological scholar Talal Asad, whose work on the vexed […]

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The Immanent Frame

The Social Sciences Research Council (SSRC)’s academic blog ‘The Immanent Frame’ has today, August 5 2015, published my essay ‘The Public Voice of Muslim Women’, which draws on material from my recently published monograph ‘The Politics of Mediated Presence’ (Scandinavian Academic Press, 2015). It can be read here:

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