Apologies for the long delay between posts--it's been a busy semester! But a successful one as well.
I'm hard at work on a new article titled Religion, Secularism, and the National School Chaplaincy and Student Welfare Program which examines the Australian Government's funding of chaplains in public and private schools.
The article will be part of an upcoming event at USQ on October 4th called the After Williams Colloquium. Williams was a major decision handed down in 2012 that invalidated federal funding of the school chaplains program (only temporarily, as new legislation and a new round of litigation has begun).
In other news, my article The Curious Persistence of Blasphemy is going to be reprinted in Volume IV of Ashgate's The Library of Essays on Law and Religion.