!! LECTURE EVENT !! Terrorism’s Theologies: Religious Ideology for the Violently Radicalized


Terrorism’s Theologies:

Religious Ideology

for the Violently Radicalized

WHO:     Sundar J.M. Brown

WHERE: Moravian Theological Seminary, The Saal

WHEN:   Tuesday, November 11th, 2014, 12:30pm – 2:00pm

WHAT:   Presentation, Facilitated Discussion & Open Panel Q&A

INFO:    seminary@moravian.edu

This lecture is being offered in conjunction with Moravian Theological Seminary’s Second Tuesday Lunch & Lecture Series



sjmb_head-pic_burberry-smileTrained at the University of Pennsylvania as a South Asianist and Political Economist, Sundar J.M. Brown specializes in Terrorism/Counterterrorism Studies, HUMINT, and Intelligence Analysis within regional South and Southeast Asia. His localized concentrations include terror groups/acts in India, West Bengal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and the Philippines and cross-link with terror groups/acts in the Middle East and Africa. His primary research focus is the intersection of Terrorism and Theology.

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About Sundar JM Brown

A University of Pennsylvania-trained South Asianist, Seminary-educated Theologian, and Intelligence Community Professional, Sundar J.M. Brown specializes in analysis of Theoterrorism, Counterterrorism and HUMINT Operations. His regional focuses include terror groups/acts in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan, the Philippines, the Middle East and Africa. His primary expertise is Theoterrorism, the intersection of Terrorism and Theology. His present research focuses on apocalyptic themes in terrorist ideologies and on the theological components informing the radicalization and deradicalization of Violent Religious Extremists and Militants. He is the Founder and Director of the IntelliGen Conference on Religion & Violence. *Sundar's Twiter: @SundarJMBrown *Sundar's YouTube Channel: www.YouTube.com/SundarJMBrown *Sundar's Blog: www.SJMB.wordpress.com
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