Religion has persisted in this new century in ways that defy the predictions of the past one. Hypermediations brings together voices from media studies and religious studies, with the conviction that these fields must complement each other in path-breaking public scholarship on religion today.
Here, members of our working group are developing new lines of research and exploring the possibilities of transparency and collaboration. Individually and collectively, we produce, collaborate, refine and exhibit. We develop these explorations to yield new insights into ways that the academy can come to value and promote new modes and means of scholarly production. We invite you along on the journey.
This platform is a project of the Center on Media, Religion and Culture at the University of Colorado Boulder, made possible by the support of the Henry Luce Foundation. It is being developed by CoLab.
- Sarah Banet-Weiser, University of Southern California
- Anthea Butler, University of Pennsylvania
- Nabil Echchaibi, University of Colorado Boulder
- Christopher Helland, Dalhousie University
- Stewart Hoover, University of Colorado Boulder
- Marwan Kraidy, University of Pennsylvania
- Mirca Madianou, Goldsmiths, University of London
- Peter Manseau, Smithsonian Institution
- Nathan Schneider, University of Colroado Boulder
- Jenna Supp-Montgomerie, University of Iowa
- Sarah McFarland Taylor, Northwestern University
- Deborah Whitehead, University of Colorado Boulder