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#PassingOrders @FordhamPress | Postdoc @ucdclinton | AM @altacuk | US Religious & Cultural Studies | Intersectional Demonologist | Infernal Epicene | They/Them.

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@carlosIruizM If they do just say it was revealed to you in a dream. @vivianasimos @AledJLlThomas 😂🤣 I am so sorry. @conspiracism But was it an *alien* film prop? @AledJLlThomas I really do feel like I'm in a DK game. Sadly, my life has a less epic soundtrack.I'm sitting here banging on my keyboard next to a mounting pile of banana skins like some kind of infinite monkey. @BVLSingler Homebase, where Davros created the Daleks. @AledJLlThomas I aim to serve. @AledJLlThomas It really brings to mind the spirit of the season: cold, hostile darkness pressing in on all sides,… https://t.co/CBsv0X3OCI @vox_magica I'm not presenting at AAR this year, sadly, but this is me at literally every conference.I do have to admit, I am slightly more puzzled by its inclusion under "Practical Theology > History and Theory of Practical Theology." @BVLSingler Brains: Contrary to expectations, not always the most helpful of organs.Loving this set of keywords for #PassingOrders on the De Gruyter online store https://t.co/lVUTU5ZiZh https://t.co/4qKnNEC8em
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Retweeted by S. Jonathon O'Donnell, PhD 🏳️‍🌈The "Queer Dissidence" is a point of particular pride. I'm glad whoever decided on the keywords got that.Loving this set of keywords for #PassingOrders on the De Gruyter online store https://t.co/lVUTU5ZiZh https://t.co/4qKnNEC8em
11/24
2020
@AngRieWords This is now making me think about that episode of BBC Sherlock where the mystery was why people would… https://t.co/Xa0AUhZq8k @AngRieWords I can't remember where I was when Thatcher resigned—I think I was like 6 at the time and dealing with… https://t.co/AKRoX1AVVeSaw a presentation on this at the recent @NAASReligion #naasr2020 conference and am super excited for the book!! https://t.co/ibi8dHLCAR @conspiracism I still get weirded out when even students ask me for references, let alone things like peer reviews.… https://t.co/tGuCU9GLKB @IA_leftists The answer to "Why might the Irish not like the British?" basically being "they must be disgruntled an… https://t.co/I3KTvevsgf @RomGothSam Top Right: Archangel Ruin'd (after heavy night on the town) @RomGothSam A YMCAtan, as it were.Truly, the question that occupies the mind of many a demonologian. https://t.co/c3EW0HyhCn @ceesa_ma @evanishistory Yeah, we'll go with that. 🤣😂 @benjanun_s I have no idea why it's specifically this, but the attempt to biologically justify men not asking for d… https://t.co/RLNVgww1qZ @ceesa_ma @evanishistory The final file versions of my PhD thesis are labelled "Final" "Eschaton" and "Archived" in sequence 😂Deadline is next Monday! https://t.co/yBP6HjeiYE
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11/23
2020
Excellent closing panel! Thanks to @BradleyOnishi, Dan Miller, Sara Moslener, and Glenn Bracey fora fantastic discussion! #naasr2020Q&A: @lesliedorroughs suggests the need to frame CN as a moving target, rather than as a monolith, particularly re:… https://t.co/Il2TSne19XMiller continues, noting that in CN imaginary trans/queer people who "pass" can be framed as even greater threats t… https://t.co/UpsBua2hyVMiller concludes, on the queer body politic. Discussing shift to anti-trans/GNC among white evangelicals over anti-… https://t.co/ln6G5QV2O8Moslener continues that white evangelical culture presumes that "innocence must precede security," weaponising the… https://t.co/1WAi9UiEnlMoslener discusses the development of sexual purity as a nationalist trope, rooted in 19thC, galvanised in 20thC. T… https://t.co/aFET3mnr10Survey re: CN and social perceptions of race. Among white respondents, God's relation to US, place of "others" and… https://t.co/fHhiANkEzHBracey follows, on race, CN, and social perceptions. Critiques CN as being framed normatively and as unified; but C… https://t.co/OHrImEA0SC @BradleyOnishi opens the papers proper. Discusses @socofthesacred and @ndrewwhitehead's fourfold typology of attitu… https://t.co/BqQIk1dKVpMiller introduces the panel by discussing the role of "purity" in relation to the endurance of the concept of the b… https://t.co/jE8txlVhTLBack for the fourth and final panel of #naasr2020, on "Purity" as a critical concept for analysing Christian Nation… https://t.co/tI7R28xQcpWildman concludes, 'Mapping the Field' of SoR with Bibliometrics, analysing publications (e.g. networks, citations,… https://t.co/c0rKYMhw1H @KateJStockly uses statistical analysis to explore if women-centred rituals protect against domestic violence. Used… https://t.co/s9wdhNXeF5Woods follows, measuring growth/decline in religious communities. Question of how conservative religiosities retain… https://t.co/7ON2tLFyti @leronshults follows with use of computational model for measuring secularisation. Uses Multi-Agent AI to model art… https://t.co/ji6u3dmdVnTaves begins, on the role of historical data in testing theories about NRMs, esp. growth. Used computational method… https://t.co/IVMpYcSc5oGearing up for Day 2 of #naasr2020! First up, a panel on Data & Theory in Computional and Statistical Modelling, st… https://t.co/0GnjegcF7I @MALTSCHLITZMANN Sadly, I'm not sure it'd get passed the conference committee. Religious Studies conferences can be… https://t.co/8TefmqiAaE @joss_prior Gorgeous! :D @MALTSCHLITZMANN Haha, I suspect that might be a barrier to presenting, but you'd be more than welcome to watch.Does anyone want to organise a panel on the resilience of demonology in contemporary modes of religiosity for EASR… https://t.co/JNL69Y6VnCYou vs the demonic being they tell you not to worry about https://t.co/t1tY51AlJs
Retweeted by S. Jonathon O'Donnell, PhD 🏳️‍🌈Apparently I'm past 700 followers now! My dark empire grows with each passing day.Fantastic thread for people interested in place names and folkloric creatures! https://t.co/0crtdw0wCZ @_MAArgentino You should totally try this in your defence (or maybe not). "You make [X] claim on page 124. This se… https://t.co/M9JFPpNgva @cim_holt @veraciouslyme @PhDVoice @AcademicChatter @thephdstory @PhdExhausted @FromPhDtoLife I can't say this will… https://t.co/6rjIFiFHoW @sfdcullen An American Shrek in London Or perhaps, alternatively, An American Werewolf in Shrek.
11/22
2020
@tbmorrone Thank you! And you definitely will!Hope everyone at #naasr2020 has a great cocktail hour later! I am but a poor soul in Ireland and the horror of time… https://t.co/7cAAtMLkR1 @EveHarmsWrites Yeah, this was a pretty wild weekend.Thanks for a fantastic panel from the speakers: @posadasj, @cody_musselman, @SheedyMatt, @drewdar, @MerindaSimmons,… https://t.co/UWy5YqxliM @posadasj on the need to push away from attempting to determine a logic of clear origination and precedence between… https://t.co/pZUbAQ0Cf3Q&A Discussion, @posadasj on how each paper focused on how class "does things," and that it "does things *as* class… https://t.co/9iCTYaAeS6Finishing with @JDLoRusso: "An inclusive academic precariat is still precarious." The diversification of academia… https://t.co/cZ2gX7iR6gAndrew Durbin on absence of class as analytic in Religious Studies, owing to its origins structured by phenomenolog… https://t.co/Qm5xCW9y8aNow @MerindaSimmons. What are the consequences of reading race and class as oppositional theoretical lenses? How do… https://t.co/g8yCTphKFtNext up is @SheedyMatt, discussing the potential use and overlaps for the Study of Religions of a class-based analy… https://t.co/RkLZxV67ZO @cody_musselman continues, using SoulCycle to theorise the classed claims of our subjects as researchers, while cri… https://t.co/bvKlrMBORu @posadasj begins, draws on working class theory and feminist reproduction theory to theorise discrimination and exp… https://t.co/YhMORFHmSMBeginning panel 2 of #naasr2020, on Class, Identity, and Religion. Papers by Andrew Durdin, James Dennis Lorusso, C… https://t.co/az9YzG80Lv @DrSuzanneOwen @seedpods This is similar to my experience of it. Played in my late teens with a group that was much… https://t.co/vgGL9gl99i @girldrawsghosts https://t.co/DE3vYgSAvS @grazmike @emilydcrews @SavHFin @bradstoddard @seedpods @jakebarrett25 Was a pleasure! Sadly, I was late and missed… https://t.co/5vWe6hNCOg @jakebarrett25 You did a great job and the panel was excellent! Also a fantastic plan for Session 2.Fantastic opening panel to #naasr2020, special thanks to @emilydcrews, @SavHFin, @bradstoddard, @grazmike, and… https://t.co/CpDyjNbW05Great tie back to Graziano by @seedpods re: CIA religion flashcards as "roleplaying in real life by people with a l… https://t.co/lVxlw3LltXFinally @seedpods is up, discussing religion and roleplaying games and concepts of habit and habitus within the con… https://t.co/C7lzd6CtYWFascinating operationalisation and reduction of "religion" as an asset by the CIA as discussed by Graziano; a presu… https://t.co/oZa5qjF105Now Michael Graziano is discussing the study of religion in national security, specifically looking at the CIA's de… https://t.co/qoDRQb63wVFollowing it up with @bradstoddard on faith-based correctional facilities, focusing on Florida, focusing now on the… https://t.co/tdkMw7XiYoTuning into @NAASReligion 2020. Listening to the wonderful @SavHFin on scholarly positionality in the context of re… https://t.co/vCWYDZKy8n @SavHFin #relatablecontentSAVE a whole 30% (!!) on my @FordhamPress book, Passing Orders: Demonology and Sovereignty in American Spiritual Wa… https://t.co/8idQyTQY0kSAVE 30% (!!) on my @FordhamPress book, Passing Orders: Demonology and Sovereignty in American Spiritual Warfare d… https://t.co/wotO5IXMGN @JoelBordeaux Look, I just want to say that we do not tolerate his sort down here, okay?Check out Passing Orders, a book about American Spiritual Warfare. Written and researched by our Associate Member… https://t.co/VKHkEx7bFO
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11/21
2020
"[A] compelling theoretical intervention, one that reveals the fissures cracking the formative logics of U.S. natio… https://t.co/JmEM0PE5st
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Retweeted by S. Jonathon O'Donnell, PhD 🏳️‍🌈Looking forward to this! https://t.co/CwzP3DCv19This #TransDayOfRemembrance we honour those who have lost their lives to transphobic violence. All trans people des… https://t.co/iGilbxYHTw
Retweeted by S. Jonathon O'Donnell, PhD 🏳️‍🌈"[A] compelling theoretical intervention, one that reveals the fissures cracking the formative logics of U.S. natio… https://t.co/JmEM0PE5st @nathanoseroff Woohoo!!Want to do a PhD with me in the study of religion or indigenous religion? @LeedsTrinity has four funded studentship… https://t.co/JsnHAy6XmI
Retweeted by S. Jonathon O'Donnell, PhD 🏳️‍🌈Bold move here to depict the true darkness that lurks in the heart of the dolphin. https://t.co/5eVPGgoiAM @agleig @hrhgould @MelynMcKay I'm not a Buddhism scholar, obvs, but this special issue is so valuable for Study of… https://t.co/CuV8UNHJyM @carlosIruizM Thank you! (It's probably all downhill from here 😂)Because this is dropping before my book is officially out, this also means that my first publications of both 2020… https://t.co/00LMJCnjB6
11/20
2020

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