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How Flannery O’Connor and Cormac McCarthy Helped to Invent the South – By Nick Ripatrazone

How Flannery O’Connor and Cormac McCarthy Helped to Invent the South – By Nick Ripatrazone

Nick Ripatrazone October 16, 2013 1

Nick Ripatrazone on Bryan Giemza’s Irish Catholic Writers and the Invention of the American South In . . .

Superman is a Glatt Goy

Superman is a Glatt Goy

Eddy Portnoy October 16, 2013 4

Eddy Portnoy on Harry Brod’s Superman is Jewish? How Comic Superheroes Came to Serve Truth, . . .

How Sufism and Jewish Mysticism Influenced Medieval Castilian Christianity – By Barbara Mujica

How Sufism and Jewish Mysticism Influenced Medieval Castilian Christianity – By Barbara Mujica

Barbara Mujica September 25, 2013 0

Barbara Mujica on Cynthia Robinson’s Imagining the Passion in a Multiconfessional Castile An extraordinary sum of Passion-related . . .

<i>Domus Magna</i>: The Enduring Power of the Psalms – By David W. Stowe

Domus Magna: The Enduring Power of the Psalms – By David W. Stowe

David W. Stowe September 18, 2013 0

David W. Stowe on Susan Gillingham’s Jewish and Christian Approaches to the Psalms Psalm 137 . . .

Looking to the Medieval to Understand Modern Art

Looking to the Medieval to Understand Modern Art

Nancy Thebaut July 16, 2013 0

Nancy Thebaut on Alexander Nagel’s Medieval Modern What could Cimabue’s 1280 panel painting, Madonna and . . .

Art as an Arena for Interreligious Dialogue

Art as an Arena for Interreligious Dialogue

Aaron Rosen January 29, 2013 0

Aaron Rosen on Ruth Illman’s Art and Belief Even as interreligious dialogue sets out to . . .

A New Collection of Essays on Jewish Cinema in Hollywood

A New Collection of Essays on Jewish Cinema in Hollywood

Nathan Abrams January 29, 2013 0

Nathan Abrams on eds. Bernardi, Pomerance, and Tirosh-Samuelson’s Hollywood’s Chosen People The editors, Daniel Bernardi, . . .