Religion and Broken Solidarities: Feminism, Race, and Transnationalism

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Religion and Broken Solidarities: Feminism, Race, and Transnationalism

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The contributors to this original volume provide a new and nuanced approach to studying how discourses of religion shape public domains in sites of political contestation and “broken solidarities.”

Our public discourse is saturated with intractable debates about religion, race, gender, and nationalism. Examples range from Muslim women and headscarves to Palestine/Israel and to global anti-Black racism, along with other pertinent issues. We need fresh thinking to navigate the questions that these debates raise for social justice and solidarity across lines of difference. In Religion and Broken Solidarities, the contributors provide powerful reflections and wisdom to guide how we can approach these questions with deep ethical commitments, intersectional sensibilities, and intellectual rigor.

Religion and Broken Solidarities traces the role of religious discourse in unrealized moments of solidarity between marginalized groups who ostensibly share similar aim