Elena Kravchenko

Lecturer in Religious Studies

Dr Kravchenko’s research focuses on the intersection of religion, gender, race, and ethnicity. She is interested in the processes through which religion assists minority groups in producing powerful gender, racial, and ethnic identities, and in how these identities help to challenge the universality of dominant narratives, epistemologies, and ways of being in the world. Her research engages with religious studies, material culture studies, diaspora and migration studies, feminist theory, and critical race theory.

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