Publications

Project Publications

Politics of Religious Freedom
Winnifred Fallers Sullivan, Elizabeth Shakman Hurd, Saba Mahmood and Peter Danchin, eds, Politics of Religious Freedom, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2015.

Symposium: Re-thinking Religious Freedom
“Symposium: Re-thinking Religious Freedom.” Journal of Law and Religion 29:3 (Sept./Oct. 2014).

Contested Genealogies of Religious Freedom
Saba Mahmood and Peter Danchin, eds, “Contested Genealogies of Religious Freedom.” Special Issue of South Atlantic Quarterly 113: 1 (2014). Contributions by Nehal Bhuta, Ian Hunter, Samuel Moyn, Melanie McAlister, Ratna Kapur, Peter Danchin and Saba Mahmood.

The Immanent Frame: The Politics of Religious Freedom
Winnifred Fallers Sullivan and Elizabeth Shakman Hurd have organized a public discussion series on the Social Science Research Council blog The Immanent Frame in which scholars from different fields consider the multiple histories and genealogies of religious freedom.

Peter Danchin

  • Hosanna-Tabor in the Religious Freedom Panopticon
    “Hosanna-Tabor in the religious freedom Panopticon.” Social Science Research Council blog, “The Immanent Frame.” March 6, 2012. http://blogs.ssrc.org/tif/2012/03/06/hosanna-tabor-in-the-religious-freedom-panopticon/.
  • Islam in the Secular Nomos of the European Court of Human Rights
    “Islam in the Secular Nomos of the European Court of Human Rights.” Michigan Journal of International Law 32 (Forthcoming, 2011).
  • Good Muslim, Bad Muslim
    “Good Muslim, Bad Muslim.” Social Science Research Council blog, “The Immanent Frame.” April 21, 2010.
  • Islam and Terrorism
    “Islam and terrorism.” Social Science Research Council blog, “The Immanent Frame.” April 16, 2010.
  • ‘Sorry Comforters’ and the New Natural Law
    “‘Sorry comforters’ and the new Natural Law.” Social Science Research Council blog, “The Immanent Frame.” April 12, 2010.
  • Defaming Muhammad: Dignity, Harm and Incitement to Religious Hatred
    “Defaming Muhammad: Dignity, Harm and Incitement to Religious Hatred.” Duke Forum for Law and Social Change 2: 5-38 (2010).
  • Who is the ‘Human’ in Human Rights? The Claims of Culture and Religion
    “Who is the ‘Human’ in Human Rights? The Claims of Culture and Religion.” Maryland Journal of International Law 24: 94-119 (2009). (SSRN)
  • The Emergence and Structure of Religious Freedom in International Law Reconsidered
    “The Emergence and Structure of Religious Freedom in International Law Reconsidered.” Journal of Law and Religion 23: 455-534 (2008).  (SSRN)
  • Suspect Symbols: Value Pluralism as a Theory of Religious Freedom in International Law
    “Suspect Symbols: Value Pluralism as a Theory of Religious Freedom in International Law.” Yale Journal of International Law 33:1-61 (2008).  (SSRN)
  • Of Prophets and Proselytes: Freedom of Religion and the Conflict of Rights in International Law
    “Of Prophets and Proselytes: Freedom of Religion and the Conflict of Rights in International Law.” Harvard International Law Journal 49: 249-321 (2008).  (SSRN)
  • Between Rogues and Liberals: Toward Value Pluralism as a Theory of Freedom of Religion in International Law
    “Between Rogues and Liberals: Toward Value Pluralism as a Theory of Freedom of Religion in International Law.” American Society of International Law Proceedings 100: 114-116 (2006).
  • The Evolving Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights and the Protection of Religious Minorities
    “The Evolving Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights and the Protection of Religious Minorities,” in Peter Danchin & Elizabeth Cole eds., Protecting the Human Rights of Religious Minorities in Eastern Europe. New York: Columbia University Press, 2002: 192-221 (with Lisa Forman).
  • Religion, Religious Minorities and Human Rights: An Introduction
    “Religion, Religious Minorities and Human Rights: An Introduction,” in Peter Danchin & Elizabeth Cole eds., Protecting the Human Rights of Religious Minorities in Eastern Europe. New York: Columbia University Press, 2002: 1-29.
  • Protecting the Human Rights of Religious Minorities in Eastern Europe
    Peter Danchin & Elizabeth Cole eds., Protecting the Human Rights of Religious Minorities in Eastern Europe. New York: Columbia University Press, 2002.
  • U.S. Unilateralism and the International Protection of Religious Freedom: The Multilateral Alternative
    “U.S. Unilateralism and the International Protection of Religious Freedom: The Multilateral Alternative.” Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 41: 35-136 (2002).  (SSRN)

Elizabeth Shakman Hurd

  • Beyond Religious Freedom: The New Global Politics of Religion
    Beyond Religious Freedom: The New Global Politics of Religion (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2015).
  • Believing in Religious Freedom
    “Believing in Religious Freedom.” In Politics of Religious Freedom, eds. Winnifred Fallers Sullivan, Elizabeth Shakman Hurd, Saba Mahmood, and Peter Danchin. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2015, 45-56.
  • Alevis under Law: The Politics of Religious Freedom in Turkey
    “Alevis under law: the politics of religious freedom in Turkey.”Journal of Law and Religion, 29:3 (September/October 2014). (pdf)
  • Symposium: Re-thinking Religious Freedom
    “Editor’s Introduction.” Symposium: Re-thinking Religious Freedom, Journal of Law and Religion, co-edited with Winnifred Fallers Sullivan, vol. 29, no. 3 (Sept./Oct. 2014): 358-62. (pdf)
  • The Specific Order of Difficulty of Religion
    “The specific order of difficulty of religion.” The Immanent Frame (May 30, 2014).
  • Religious Freedom, American-Style
    “Religious Freedom, American-style.” Quaderni di Diritto e Politica Ecclesiastica, no. 1 (April 2014): 231-242.
  • The International Politics of Religious Freedom
    “The international politics of religious freedom.” IIC Quarterly, special issue on “Living with Religious Diversity,” Sonia Sikka and Lori G. Beaman, eds., (Winter-Spring 2014): 225-237.
  • Governing Religion as Right
    “Governing Religion as Right.” In Jack Snyder, Stephen Hopgood & Leslie Vinjamuri, eds., Human Rights Futures, forthcoming.
  • Believing in Religious Freedom
    “Believing in Religious Freedom” Social Science Research Council blog, “The Immanent Frame.” March 1, 2012.
  • The Global Securitization of Religion
    “The Global Securitization of Religion.” Social Science Research Council blog, “The Immanent Frame.” March 23, 2010.
  • Iran, in Search of a Nonsecular and Nontheocratic Politics
    “Iran, in Search of a Nonsecular and Nontheocratic Politics” Public Culture 22: 1 (Winter 2010): 25-32.

Saba Mahmood

  • Religious Freedom, Minority Rights, and Geopolitics
    “Religious Freedom, Minority rights, and Geopolitics.” Social Science Research Council blog, “The Immanent Frame.” March 5, 2012.
  • Religious Liberty, Minorities, and Islam: An Interview with Saba Mahmood
    Religious Liberty, Minorities, and Islam: An Interview with Saba Mahmood. Social Science Research Council blog, “The Immanent Frame.” August 17, 2011.
  • Is Critique Secular? Blasphemy, Injury, and Free Speech
    Talal Asad, Wendy Brown, Judith Butler, & Saba Mahmood. Is Critique Secular? Blasphemy, Injury, and Free Speech. The Townsend Center for the Humanities, University of California, Berkeley. Distributed by University of California Press, 2009.
  • Religious Reason and Secular Affect: An Incommensurable Divide?
    Mahmood, Saba. “Religious Reason and Secular Affect: An Incommensurable Divide?”  in Talal Asad, Wendy Brown, Judith Butler, & Saba Mahmood. Is Critique Secular? Blasphemy, Injury, and Free Speech. The Townsend Center for the Humanities, University of California, Berkeley. Distributed by University of California Press, 2009.
  • Interview with Saba Mahmood: Islamism and Postcolonial Politics
    “Interview with Interview with Saba Mahmood: Islamism and Postcolonial Politics” in Nermeen Shaikh ed., The present as history: critical perspectives on contemporary global power. Columbia University Press, 2007.
  • Secularism, Hermeneutics, and Empire: The Politics of Islamic Reformation
    “Secularism, Hermeneutics, and Empire: The Politics of Islamic Reformation.” Public Culture, 18: 2 (2006): 323-347.

Winnifred Fallers Sullivan

  • The Impossiblity of Religious Freedom
    “The Impossiblity of Religious Freedom” The Immanent Frame  8 July 2014.
  • Law’s Prayer: Town of Greece v Galloway
    “Law’s Prayer: Town of Greece v Galloway” in Reverberations 5 November 2013.
  • The (Im)possibility of Religious Freedom
    “The (Im)possibility of Religious Freedom” PluRel – en blogg om religion og samfunn.
  • Dialogue about Religious Freedom
    “Dialogue about Religious Freedom” (with Cécile Laborde) Quaderni di Diritto e Poliica Ecclesiastica, 1 (Aprile 2013).
  • Religious and Legal Particularism and Universality
    “Religious and Legal Particularism and Universality” in Janice Boddy and Michael Lambek, eds, Blackwell Companion to Anthropology of Religion, 2013.
  • Religion, Land, and Rights: Reflections on the Park51 Controversy
    “Religion, Land, and Rights: Reflections on the Park51 Controversy.” In Winnifred Fallers Sullivan and Lori Beaman, eds., Varieties of Religious Establishment, Ashgate, 2013. An earlier version of this chapter was published as an Occasional Paper on the Institute for Advanced Study website: www.ias.edu.
  • Separationism and the Sex Abuse Crisis
    “Separationism and the Sex Abuse Crisis” in The Immanent Frame 20 July 2012.
  • Religious Freedom Between Universalism and Particularism
    “Religious Freedom Between Universalism and Particularism” PluRel – en blogg om religion og samfunn 11 June 2012
  • Once More with Feeling: Getting the Story of Religion and Law Straight
    “Once More with Feeling: Getting the Story of Religion and Law Straight” Review essay of Sarah Barringer Gordon, The Spirit of the Law: Religious Voices and the Constitution in Modern America (Harvard 2010) and Steven D. Smith, The Disenchantment of Secular Discourse (Harvard 2010). Tulsa Law Review 47:21-29 (2011).
  • Joan’s Two Bodies: An Essay in Political Anthropology
    “Joan’s Two Bodies: An Essay in Political Anthropology” for special issue “Body and State” Social Research 78:1-18 (Summer 2011).
  • The Religious Expert in American Courts
    “The Religious Expert in American Courts” for special issue “Expertise publique et religion”Archives des Sciences Sociales des Religions (2011).
  • The World That Smith Made
    “The world that Smith made.” Social Science Research Council blog, “The Immanent Frame.” March 7, 2012.
  • Religion Naturalized: The New Establishment
    “Religion Naturalized: The New Establishment” in Courtney Bender and Pamela Klassen, eds., After Pluralism (Columbia 2010).
  • The Cross: More than Religion?
    “The Cross: More than Religion?” Social Science Research Council blog, “The Immanent Frame.” May 5, 2010.
  • The Extra-territorial Establishment of Religion.
    “The Extra-territorial Establishment of Religion.” Social Science Research Council blog, “The Immanent Frame.” March 22, 2010.
  • The Cheese, the Worms, and Major Hasan.
    “The Cheese, the Worms, and Major Hasan.” Social Science Research Council blog, “The Immanent Frame.” November 18, 2009.
  • We Are All Religious Now. Again.
    “We Are All Religious Now. Again.” Social Research 76: 1-18 (Winter 2009).
  • The Impossibility of Religious Freedom
    The Impossibility of Religious Freedom. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2007.
  • ‘The Conscience of Contemporary Man’: Reflections on U.S. v. Seeger and Dignitatis Humanae
    “‘The Conscience of Contemporary Man’: Reflections on U.S. v. Seeger and Dignitatis Humanae” U.S. Catholic Historian 24: 107-123 (Winter 2006).
  • Religious Freedom and the Rule of Law: Exporting Modernity in a Postmodern World?
    “Religious Freedom and the Rule of Law: Exporting Modernity in a Postmodern World?” Mississippi College Law Review 22:2 (2004).
  • Neutralizing Religion or What is the Opposite of ‘Faith-based?’
    “Neutralizing Religion or What is the Opposite of ‘Faith-based?’” History of Religions Journal 41:4 (2002).