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Religion, emotion, sensation : affect theories and theologies

Author: Karen Bray; Stephen D Moore
Publisher: New York : Fordham University Press, 2020 ©2020
Series: Transdisciplinary theological colloquia.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Religion, Emotion, Sensation asks what affect theory has to say about God or gods, religion or religions, scriptures, theologies, and liturgies. Contributors explore the crossings and criscrossings between affect theory and theology and the study of religion more broadly, as well as the political and social import of such work"--
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Religion, emotion, sensation.
New York : Fordham University Press, 2020
(DLC) 2019028490
(OCoLC)1107803885
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Karen Bray; Stephen D Moore
ISBN: 0823285685 9780823285686 0823285693 9780823285693
OCLC Number: 1125108887
Description: 1 online resource (viii, 232 pages)
Contents: Introduction : mappings and crossings / Karen Bray and Stephen D. Moore --
Animality of affect : religion, emotion, and power? / Donovan O. Schaefer --
Capitalism as religion, Debt as Interface : wearing the world as a debt garment / Gregory J. Seigworth --
Immobile theologies, carceral affects : interest and debt in faith-based prison programs / Erin Runions --
Affective politics of the unending Korean War : remembering and resistance / Wonhee Anne Joh --
Weeping by the water : hydraulic affects and political depression in South Korea after Sewol / Dong Sung Kim --
Reading (with) rhythm for the sake of the (I-n- )Islands : a Rastafarian interpretation of Samson as ambi(val)ent affective assemblage / A. Paige Rawson --
"Unspeakable Teachings" of The Secret Gospel of Mark : feelings and fantasies in the making of Christian histories / Alexis G. Waller --
Gender : a public feeling? / Max Thornton --
Writing affect and theology in Indigenous Futures / Mathew Arthur --
Feeling dead, dead feeling / Amy Hollywood.
Series Title: Transdisciplinary theological colloquia.
Responsibility: Karen Bray and Stephen D Moore, editors.

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"Religion, Emotion, Sensation asks what affect theory has to say about God or gods, religion or religions, scriptures, theologies, and liturgies. Contributors explore the crossings and criscrossings between affect theory and theology and the study of religion more broadly, as well as the political and social import of such work"--

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Religion, Emotion, Sensation responds to the urgent needs of our times with a collection of brilliant essays that place affect theories and religious studies in critical intimacy with prisons, debt, Read more...

 
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