Christian Lee Novetzke ’93 writes book

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A new book, The Quotidian Revolution – Vernacularization, Religion, and the Premodern Public Sphere in India by Christian Lee Novetzke ’93, was published by Columbia University press in 2016. Novetzke is professor of religious studies, South Asia studies, and global studies at the University of Washington.

Jacob Bessen

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Jacob Bessen’s ‘17 article, Worship and Success in Global Capitalism: West African Pentecostal Immigrants in The Netherlands, was published in JUIS, Journal of Undergraduate International Studies, Spring 2016 Issue.

We are pleased to announce that Gregory Lipton will once again be teaching in the Religious Studies Department 2016-17.
Gregory A. Lipton specializes in Islamic studies and the study of mysticism. His current research focuses on how medieval formations of Islamic mysticism have been re-imagined through the discursive prism of Western modernity. His dissertation, “Making Islam Fit: Ibn ‘Arabi and the Idea of Sufism in the West,” was completed at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill in 2013. His most recent book Rethinking Ibn ‘Arabi will be published with Oxford University Press is being released in May, 2018.

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