Q&A with Adriaan van Klinken on his new book with Ezra Chitando, Reimagining Christianity and Sexual Diversity in Africa

Adriaan van Klinken and Ezra Chitando, Reimagining Christianity and Sexual Diversity in Africa (African Arguments series). London: Hurst & Co / New York: Oxford University Press, 2021. How has this book come about? A few years ago, I spoke at the launch of the book Pentecostal Republic: Religion and the Struggle for State Power in... Continue Reading →

F&A Series: “I don’t see how anybody can be spiritual without having it come in action.” – ‘Lavender’ from ‘Religious, Feminist, Activist’

Laurel Zwissler is Associate professor of Religion, Women and Gender Studies affiliate, at Central Michigan University. Her Religious, Feminist, Activist investigates intersections of gender and theoretical debates about religion in the public sphere. Current fieldwork within the fair-trade movement explores definitions of community simultaneously created by economic globalization and its critics. As an anthropologist of... Continue Reading →

New book by Adriaan van Klinken: Christianity, Sexuality and Citizenship in Africa

CRPL member Adriaan van Klinken recently had a new book, Christianity, Sexuality and Citizenship in Africa, published by Routledge. The volume, which was co-edited with Ebenezer Obadare, Professor of Sociology at the University of Kansas, is the outcome of an international research workshop about Pentecostalism and sexual citizenship in Africa that took place at the University... Continue Reading →

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