4. Citizenship, Religion, and the Frailty of Secular Sovereignty: A Response to Michael McVicar
Daniel Miller [+]
Daniel D. Miller is Associate Professor of Religion and Social Thought and Chair of the Department of Liberal Studies at Landmark College. His research interests include religion, secularism, and political theory; radical democratic political theory; and Queer Theory. His first book, The Myth of Normative Secularism: Religion and Politics in the Democratic Homeworld (Duquesne University Press) was published in 2015. He is currently writing his second book, which theorizes a radical democratic polity as queer body politic.