Contending Modernities publishes Webb Keane’s essay, “Religious Coexistence and Conflict: Reflections on Lombok”
Contending Modernities is a major interdisciplinary effort to generate new knowledge and greater understanding of the ways in which religious and secular forces interact in the modern world. Based at the University of Notre Dame’s Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, Contending Modernities involves dozens of scholars, public intellectuals, and religious and secular leaders from universities and research institutes around the world. Learn more »
Webb Keane is a CSEAS faculty affiliate and George Herbert Mead Collegiate Professor of Anthropology. Keane’s writings cover a range of subjects in social and cultural theory and the philosophical foundations of social thought and the human sciences. In particular, he is interested in semiotics and language; material culture and materiality; gift exchange, commodities, and money; religion, morality, and ethics; media and public cultures.