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Central NY Religious Studies Consortium (And The Study of Modern Judaism

At a time when study in the Humanities is under pressure by strong social headwinds, the Central New York Religious Studies Consortium has now been finally finalized. Formed on the basis of a grouping of courtesy appointments at the Department … Continue reading

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(The Mediator Descends) Notes on “Roman Catholicism and Political Form” (Carl Schmitt)

After working through material on the politics of the Bavli, I’m now cleaning up my files and decided to dump these reading notes here at the blog for further reference and for the general interest of anyone out there invested, … Continue reading

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Migrant Caravan (Christian Faith & Exodus)

Did the writer of this article which you can read here in the New York Times intentionally write this story about the caravan of migrants working en route to America to read like a religious event, or is it simply … Continue reading

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(Job) Assistant Professor Contemporary Judaism (Syracuse)

Assistant Professor- Contemporary Judaism Institution: Syracuse University Location: Syracuse, NY Category: Faculty – Liberal Arts – Religious Studies and Theology Posted: 08/14/2018 Application Due: Open Until Filled Type: Full Time Job #: 074022 Location: Syracuse, NY Pay Range: Commensurate with experience FLSA Status: Exempt … Continue reading

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Movement and Time Images (Deleuze) (Cinema 1 Cinema 2)

I am trying to get a handle on the two primary types of image, the “movement image” and the “time image” in Deleuze two books on cinema. Each with their own specific variations, these two primary topoi are the respective … Continue reading

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(Syracuse University) Department Religion (Fall 2018)

Because we have to pitch the academic study of religion, flyers for course offerings for fall 2018 in the Department of Religion at Syracuse University are designed to convey an aesthetic. Kudos to Marcia Robinson.

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(Conference) Once more With Feeling: Affect & the God of the Philosophers (University of Dayton) (February 24-25)

Organized by Dustin Atlas, the upcoming Affect, God, and Philosophy conference at the University of Dayton seamlessly integrates Jewish thought and philosophy into continental philosophy and theory. The program is arranged around classical, modern, political, and aesthetic affects. What follows … Continue reading

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