Race⁄Religion⁄War

An issue of: Social Text

Race⁄Religion⁄War
Journal Issue Pages: 148 Volume 34, Number 4 Number: 129 Published: December 2016 An issue of Social Text
This special issue of Social Text queries long-standing entanglements among the respective epistemologies of race, religion, and war as they organize modern strategies of knowledge and power.  It investigates how a logic of permanent warfare underwrites both the international intensification of Islamophobia and the emergence and deployment of an expanding set of security apparatuses whose categorical, geographic, and historical permeability define warfare as radically open-ended.  At the same time, the issue seeks to draw attention to long genealogies of race, religion, and war that both contextualize their contemporary braiding and offer political countermemories against which we can make sense of our baleful present.

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