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Revolutionary Reading? The Bible of the Reformers

Revolutionary Reading? The Bible of the Reformers

Alex Adam November 10, 2017 0

Relearning Where to Stand In the year 1600, there were only a handful of known heliocentrists. Galileo, of course, would do a great deal to change this, making heliocentrism a cause célèbre in the

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Directions in the Study of Religion: New Approaches to North American Religions

Directions in the Study of Religion: New Approaches to North American Religions

Kristian Petersen February 16, 2016 0

People make sense of their religion through food, medicine, literature, sound, nature, sports, and pilgrimage. Kristian Petersen talks with Tracy Fessenden, Laura Levitt, David Harrington Watt, about the North American Religions Series at New

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Directions in the Study of Religion: Boxing, Masculinity, & American Catholicism

Directions in the Study of Religion: Boxing, Masculinity, & American Catholicism

Kristian Petersen January 12, 2016 0

The boxing ring as a site of Catholic devotional practice. Kristian Petersen talks with Amy Koehlinger, Associate Professor in the School of History, Philosophy, and Religion, at Oregon State University, about Boxing, Masculinity, and

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Directions in the Study of Religion: Identity Formation

Directions in the Study of Religion: Identity Formation

Kristian Petersen December 15, 2015 0

The malleability of identity formation: Kristian Petersen talks with Steven Ramey, Associate Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Alabama, about the new Equinox book series called Culture on the Edge: Studies in Identity

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Directions in the Study of Religion: Ben Brazil

Directions in the Study of Religion: Ben Brazil

Kristian Petersen November 3, 2015 0

Kristian Petersen talks with Ben Brazil, Assistant Professor at Earlham School of Religion, about Youth Travel and Spiritual Seeking

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Directions in the Study of Religion: Rose Muravchick

Directions in the Study of Religion: Rose Muravchick

Kristian Petersen October 6, 2015 0

Kristian Petersen talks with Rose Muravchick, Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow at Vassar College, about Textiles, Talismans, and Islam

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Directions in the Study of Religion: Daniel Sheffield

Directions in the Study of Religion: Daniel Sheffield

Kristian Petersen September 15, 2015 0

Kristian Petersen talks with Daniel Sheffield, Professor of History at the University of Washington, about Translation & Zoroastrianism in Iran and South Asia

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Directions in the Study of Religion: Nathan Abrams

Directions in the Study of Religion: Nathan Abrams

Kristian Petersen August 11, 2015 0

Kristian Petersen talks with Nathan Abrams, Professor at Bangor University and member of the Advisory Board of MRB, about Jews, Jewishness, and Judaism in Film

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Directions in the Study of Religion: Crispin Paine

Directions in the Study of Religion: Crispin Paine

Kristian Petersen July 21, 2015 0

Kristian Petersen talks with Crispin Paine about religion in museums, what makes objects “religious”, and whether an object’s meaning changes when it enters a museum. Paine is an Independent Scholar, and Honorary Lecturer at University College London, and

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Directions in the Study of Religion: Laurie Maffly-Kipp and Douglas Winiarski

Directions in the Study of Religion: Laurie Maffly-Kipp and Douglas Winiarski

Kristian Petersen July 7, 2015 0

Kristian Petersen talks with Laurie Maffly-Kipp, Professor at Washington University in St. Louis, and Douglas Winiarski, Associate Professor at the University of Richmond, about the Young Scholars in American Religion program

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