Antinomies of the Postsecular

An issue of: boundary 2

Antinomies of the Postsecular
Journal Issue Pages: 272 Volume 40, Number 1 Published: Spring 2013 An issue of boundary 2
Special Issue Editor: Aamir R. Mufti


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Introduction–Aamir R. Mufti

Part 1: Why I Am Not a Postsecularist

Part 1: Why I Am Not a Postsecularist–Aamir R. Mufti

Part 1: Why I Am Not a Postsecularist–Melinda Cooper

Part 1: Why I Am Not a Postsecularist–Stathis Gourgouris

Part 1: Why I Am Not a Postsecularist–Bruce Robbins

Part 1: Why I Am Not a Postsecularist–Vassilis Lambropoulos

Part 2: Religion and the Possibilities of Critique

The Cul-de-Sac of Schmittian Political Theology: The Case of Paul Kahn’s Analysis of American Power–Jason W. Stevens

Idolatry, Prohibition, Unrepresentability–Stathis Gourgouris

The Echo Chamber of Freedom: The Muslim Woman and the Pretext of Agency–Sadia Abbas

The Empire Prays Back: Religion, Secularity, and Queer Critique–Nikita Dhawan

The Critic’s Byzantine Ploy: Voltairean Confusion in Postsecularist Narratives–Dimitris Krallis

Is the Postcolonial Also Postsecular?–Bruce Robbins

Books Received


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