Monthly Archives: March 2016

Diversity is Not Enough (Harvard’s Concealed Theology)

Note: This post originally appeared on Practicum: Critical Theory, Religion, and Pedagogy blog. by Tenzan Eaghll Did you catch the article that was making the rounds on Facebook last month about a new free online course on religion being offered by … Continue reading

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The Privilege of Being Unremarkable

by Steven Ramey This post originally appeared on the Culture on the Edge blog. The reporting surrounding President Obama’s nomination of Merrick Garland as Supreme Court justice both reveals and complicates the concept of privilege in an intriguing manner. Many … Continue reading

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Revolutionary Love: Scholars Respond to the AAR’s 2016 Conference Theme: Eleanor Finnegan

In this series with the Bulletin, we’ve asked a number of scholars to weigh-in on the theme of this year’s upcoming annual conference for the American Academy of Religion in San Antonio, TX, “revolutionary love.” Our aim is to provide a … Continue reading

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Theory & Religion Series: The intimacies of “religion”

by Alexander Rocklin * This post is part of the Theory & Religion Series, where contributors are asked to discuss a current project they are working on, or a book or essay by a particular theorist that they have found … Continue reading

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For the Good or the Guild? Scholars Respond to Kate Daley-Bailey: Kerry Danner

In this series, a number of scholars respond to Kate Daley-Bailey’s provocative essay, “For  the Good or the ‘Guild’: An Open Letter to the American Academy of Religion,” which appears in the most recent issue of the Bulletin journal, Vol 44, No. … Continue reading

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Laying it All Out: On Moving From Dissertation-to-Book Series: K. Merinda Simmons

In this new series with the Bulletin, we ask scholars who have published in the field to share some insights on the dissertation-to-book process–what to do, what to avoid, to put it all together. For other posts in this series, see here. … Continue reading

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Quick Review: Between History and Myth

This post originally appeared on the author’s blog. by Adam Miller I recently finished reading Bruce Lincoln’s newest English-language book, Between History and Myth: Stories of Harald Fairhair and the Founding of the State. It was neither an easy nor a … Continue reading

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