“Milestones” is part of AnthroCyBib‘s ongoing effort to promote collaborative scholarship. We invite junior and senior scholars to submit proposals for essays that will critically and comparatively engage theoretical and methodological problems in the anthropological study of global Christianity. Contributors are encouraged to engage a wide variety of themes that will creatively advance emerging and established areas of interest.
- Christian Personhood in a Ghanaian Pentecostal Church. By Girish Daswani (University of Toronto)
- My Identity is ‘Indigenous Australian’ and ‘Christian’ and it’s Not An Oxymoron: Urban Indigenous Australian Pentecostal Christianity. By Tanya Riches (Fuller Theological Seminary)
- 19 and Counting: Religion, Gender, and the Hermeneutics of Agency in Liberal America. By Brian Howell (Wheaton College)
- Orienting the East: Notes on Anthropology and Orthodox Christianities. By Tom Boylston (London School of Economics)
- Russian Evangelicalism Glocalized. By Igor Mikeshin (University of Helsinki)
- The Judgment of God and the Non-elephantine Zoo: Christian Dividualism, Individualism, and Ethical Freedom After the Mosko-Robbins Debate. By Jon Bialecki (University of Edinburgh)
The “Milestones” occasional paper series is peer reviewed; please click here for a copy of our peer-review guidelines.