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Elaine Schnabel’s article, “White secularity: the racialization of religion in Netflix’s Unorthodox” was recently accepted for publication in Critical Studies in Media Communication.

Unorthodox is a four-episode Netflix series that offers a compelling narrative of freedom from religion for feminine subjects. This paper interrogates the vision of freedom offered by the show through the lens of lived religion (which circumvents the secular/religion dichotomy by treating the moral meaning-making practices of everyday life as “religious.”

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