Religion and subjectivity

While most anthropologists agree that in a ‘secular age’ the religious can no longer be separated from the secular (and institutions such as nation-states, markets, and media) how religion intersects with these domains, and these intersecting domains contribute to constituting subjects and subjectivity, remains an open and increasingly urgent question in anthropology.

Religion and Subjectivity

This research group brings people together with interests in the fields of

  • religion
  • religion’s ‘other’: the secular, and
  • the multifaceted field of subjectivity.

 

 

Contact person

Matthew Carey
+45 35 32 15 79
Office: 33.1.25
matthew.carey@anthro.ku.dk