To ask whether the postcolonial is postsecular demands asking: for whom, where, and when? It is necessarily a local and a comparative question, in which the ‘post’ prefix suggests less that colonialism or secularism are ‘over,’ but that their enduring effects must be named, questioned, and denaturalized.
Klassen, Pamela. “Fantasies of Sovereignty: Civic Secularism in Canada.” Critical Research on Religion 3, no. 1 (2015): 41–56.