Khaled Furani is an associate professor of Anthropology at Tel Aviv University. His research interests include social theory, modernity, language and literature, secularism, Palestine, and the history of anthropology. He has published articles in American Anthropologist, American Ethnologist, Comparative Studies in Society & History, Annual Review of Anthropology, Arab Studies Journal, Journal of the American Academy of Religion, Theory and Event, Interventions, Boundary 2, and Postcripts. His ethnography, Silencing the Sea: Secular Rhythms in Palestinian Poetry appeared in 2012 with Stanford University Press. His next book, examining the relationship between anthropology and theology, is forthcoming with Oxford University Press.
Event Flyer: T@T Khaled Furani Nov. 6 2018
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