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Laying it All Out: On Moving from Dissertation-to-Book Series

Dissertation vs. Book: What’s the Difference? by Aaron W. Hughes No matter what your well-intentioned committee may tell you, your dissertation is not a book. A book is not a dissertation from which you have simply removed the review of … Continue reading

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NAASR Notes: Russell McCutcheon

NAASR Notes is a new feature with the Bulletin where we invite members of the North American Association for the Study of Religion to describe books they are reading and/or research and writing projects that will be of interests to … Continue reading

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“There is no honor in handbooks,” or is there?

By Cathy Gutierrez Achilles may have measured his kleos—his fame—through both noble and treacherous displays of bravery on the battlefield, but for modern day academics I think it can be measured in the degree of one’s handbook ennui.  Being asked … Continue reading

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