Just published: Clerical masculinities, much like their lay/secular counterparts, often appear unchanging because they are the products of naturalization processes. Clerical masculinities, however, are far from stable, for they live and breathe the dynamics of both their socio-religious context and their secular “others”. The BBC sitcom REV (BBC2, UK 2010–2014) is a refreshing take on the everyday Read more about Losers, Food, and Sex: Clerical Masculinity in the BBC Sitcom REV[…]
Abstract: Gender and technology might seem unrelated on first sight because technology is often considered a neutral other that does not have anything to do with gender. Yet, taking a closer look at the language we use to talk about technology, at the images we rely on to represent technology, its uses and users, it Read more about It’s all about Sex. The Peculiar Case of Technology and Gender[…]
Co-edited with Stefanie Knauss and Anna-Katharina Hoepflinger, forthcoming 2013. This book will feature world-leading scholars in body&religion research exploring what it means to understand (the) body as medium and religion as communication system as well as their interrelation and interdependence.