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AAR Annual Meeting
Atlanta, GA
November 21-24, 2015

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Theology and Continental Philosophy Group

Statement of Purpose: 

This Group seeks to further discussions at the intersection of post-Kantian philosophy in its various permutations with historical and contemporary theological reflection. While we remain centered on continental European thought on the philosophical side, the term “theology” in our parlance extends to critical reflection on a range of religions worldwide. Contact the Program Unit Chairs if you seek further information on the Group’s activities.

Call for Papers: 

The TCP group seeks panel or paper proposals that consider what continental philosophy can contribute to theological reflection on this year’s theme, Revolutionary Love, through focusing on pressing contemporary questions of property, space and place. We particularly welcome proposals that consider this question through (1) figures of the circulation of (human and non-human) bodies – the migrant, the refugee, the terrorist, the immigrant; imports and exports, e.g. – across (national and cultural) borders and boundaries; (2) proposed resources for resisting (racialized, neoliberal) capitalism to be found in notions of the commons (Esposito), the undercommons (Moten and Harney), or the gift (Louis Hyde); in liberation theologies, in critiques of the prosperity gospel. We also invite proposals that bring theology into conversation with recent attempts to theorize political rage (e.g. Appadurai, Puar, Sylvester Johnson). As always, we invite proposals on other topics of particular interest to the membership .

Proposals are anonymous to chairs and steering committee members during review, but visible to chairs prior to final acceptance or rejection
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