Decolonising the COVID-19 pandemic

Approaching Religion At its inception, the COVID-19 pandemic was described as something inherently new, capable of crossing and erasing the economic, racial, gendered, and religious divides that stratify societies around…

New religious movement responses to COVID

Approaching Religion New religious movements (NRMs) have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic in diverse ways, ranging from closely following mainstream public health recommendations to explicit rejection of such guidance. This…

Danish Muslims during COVID- 19

Tidsskrift for Islamforskning How have Danish Muslims communicated on social media about COVID-19, and how have religious communities been included in the handling of the pandemic? Religion has become part…

InVisible Culture’s COVID-19 Response

InVisible Culture The COVID-19 pandemic has caused major disruptions in the lives of the readers, contributors, and editors of InVisible Culture. As a graduate student-run journal, we are sympathetic to…