Studies in Religion and Culture


Our series of studies in religion and culture sustains its focus on questions of interpreting religious and cultural traditions and the interplay between them. The series includes interdisciplinary and cross-cultural approaches. What unifies the series is a set of shared issues and questions rather than a single religious tradition, academic discipline, or cultural focus. These shared concerns have to do with the meanings of religious and cultural traditions in view of the challenges to them in today’s world.

Series Editors: John D. Barbour and Gary L. Ebersole

Books in this Series

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A Language of Things
Emanuel Swedenborg and the American Environmental Imagination
Devin P. Zuber
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The Pragmatist Turn
Religion, the Enlightenment, and the Formation of American Literature
Giles Gunn
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Rethinking Sincerity and Authenticity
The Ethics of Theatricality in Kant, Kierkegaard, and Levinas
Howard Pickett
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The Newark Earthworks
Enduring Monuments, Contested Meanings
Edited by Lindsay Jones and Richard D. Shiels
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Ideas to Live For
Toward a Global Ethics
Giles Gunn
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The Pagan Writes Back
When World Religion Meets World Literature
Zhange Ni
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Kierkegaard
The Indirect Communication
Roger Poole
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Freud and Augustine in Dialogue
Psychoanalysis, Mysticism, and the Culture of Modern Spirituality
William B. Parsons
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Vigilant Faith
Passionate Agnosticism in a Secular World
Daniel Boscaljon
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Bewildered Travel
The Sacred Quest for Confusion
Frederick J. Ruf
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Doing Justice to Mercy
Religion, Law, and Criminal Justice
Jonathan Rothchild, Matthew Myer Boulton, and Kevin Jung, eds.
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Postmodernism and the Revolution in Religious Theory
Toward a Semiotics of the Event
Carl Raschke
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Textual Intimacy
Autobiography and Religious Identities
Wesley A. Kort
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When the Sun Danced
Myth, Miracles, and Modernity in Early Twentieth-Century Portugal
Jeffrey S. Bennett
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Encountering the Secular
Philosophical Endeavors in Religion and Culture
J. Heath Atchley
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Religion after Postmodernism
Retheorizing Myth and Literature
Victor E. Taylor
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Mourning Religion
Edited by William B. Parsons, Diane Jonte-Pace, and Susan E. Henking
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Praise of the Secular
Gabriel Vahanian
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Sacred Claims
Repatriation and Living Tradition
Greg Johnson
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John Ruskin and the Ethics of Consumption
David M. Craig
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Religion and Violence in a Secular World
Toward a New Political Theology
Clayton Crockett, ed.
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Pontius Pilate
Roger Caillois. Translated by Charles Lam Markmann, with an introduction by Ivan Strenski
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The Value of Solitude
The Ethics and Spirituality of Aloneness in Autobiography
John D. Barbour
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Meditation and the Martial Arts
Michael L. Raposa
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Between Faith and Thought
An Essay on the Ontotheological Condition
Jeffrey W. Robbins
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Exhibiting Religion
Colonialism and Spectacle at International Expositions, 1851–1893
John P. Burris
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Taking Responsibility
Comparative Perspectives
Winston Davis, ed.
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Symbolic Loss
The Ambiguity of Mourning and Memory at Century's End
Peter Homans
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Boredom and the Religious Imagination
Michael L. Raposa
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Creationism on Trial
Evolution and God at Little Rock
Langdon Gilkey
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Savage Systems
Colonialism and Comparative Religion in Southern Africa
David Chidester
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Myth and Method
Laurie L. Patton and Wendy Doniger, eds.
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Captured by Texts
Puritan to Postmodern Images of Indian Captivity
Gary L. Ebersole
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Versions of Deconversion
Autobiography and the Loss of Faith
John D. Barbour
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Ordinarily Sacred
Lynda Sexson