David Shoemaker, “Responsibility from the Margins” (Oxford UP, 2015)
Moral life is infused with emotionally-charged interactions. When a stranger carelessly steps on my foot, I not only feel pain in my foot, I also am affronted by her carelessness. Whereas the former may cause me to wince, the latter… Read More
Jason Bivins, “Spirits Rejoice! Jazz and American Religion” (Oxford UP, 2015)
Jazz is often dubbed the greatest American original art form. This claim might be difficult to contend. But a close exploration of the folks who created, listened, and participated in jazz environments can also tell us lot about the religious… Read More
Dianne Ashton, “Hanukkah in America: A History” (New York UP, 2013)
In Hanukkah in America: A History (New York University Press, 2013), Dianne Ashton, professor of Religion Studies at Rowan University, delves into the history of Hanukkah in the United States to illuminate how successive generations of American Jews used… Read More
Daniel E. Dawes, “150 Years of ObamaCare” (Johns Hopkins UP, 2016)
Daniel E. Dawes has written 150 Years of ObamaCare (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2016). Dawes is the executive director of health policy and external affairs at Morehouse School of Medicine and a lecturer within Morehouse’s Satcher Health Leadership Institute and… Read More
Cass Sunstein, “The World According to Star Wars” (Harper Collins, 2016)
Cass Sunstein‘s son, Declan, got dad hooked on Star Wars. And dad, a Harvard Law professor, ended up writing a book about it. “If you’d told me a year ago that I’d write a book about Star Wars,” Sunstein… Read More
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