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PEIRCE, AFFECTIVITY, AND SOCIAL CRITICISM LARA TROUT â&#x20AC;&#x153;A lucid, compelling, and exceptionally accessible account of the relevance of Peirce and pragmatism to contemporary discussions of social justice. Trout demonstrates how Peirceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s philosophy rises above his personal prejudices to provide a unique set of tools for analyzing and criticizing the nonconscious biases of those who believe that they are free from prejudice. The Politics of Survival is unmatched in the manner in which it makes Peirce and pragmatism relevant to recent literature on racism and sexism.â&#x20AC;?â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Mitchell Aboulafia, The Juilliard School

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;Stanley Cavell grasps the joys and despairs of philosophy as the art of living, just as he knows the intricate mental beauties and confusions of philosophy as theory. At the very heart of his philosophizing resides the question of education: of who and what we are as beings juxtaposed with who and what we might wish to become. This splendid collection of essays, adroitly edited by Naoko Saito and Paul Standish, is the very first scholarly text to take seriously Cavellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s passion for questions of teaching and learning. It is a welcome addition to the philosophy and the practice of education.â&#x20AC;?â&#x20AC;&#x201D;David T. Hansen, Professor and Director, Program in Philosophy and Education, Teachers College, Columbia University 268 PAGES 978-0-8232-3474-5 PAPER, $28.00

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LATINA/O THEOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY Edited by Ada María IsasiDíaz and Eduardo Mendieta Contributors: Walter Mignolo, Ada María Isasi-Díaz, María Lugones, Otto Maduro, Linda Martín Alcoff, Hjamil MartínezVázquez, Michelle GonzálezMaldonado, Paula M. L. Moya, Nelson Maldonado-Torres, Mayra Rivera, Christopher Tirres, Eduardo Mendieta

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Planetary Loves SPIVAK, POSTCOLONIALITY, AND THEOLOGY Edited by Stephen D. Moore and Mayra Rivera Contributors: Susan Abraham, Ellen T. Armour, Sharon V. Betcher, Anne Joh, Serene Jones, Namsoon Kang, Catherine Keller, Kwok Pui-lan, Tat-siong Benny Liew, Dhawn B. Martin, Stephen D. Moore, Mayra Rivera, Erin Runions, Laurel C. Schneider, John J. Thatamanil, Jenna Tiitsman, and Lydia York, as well as Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak

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The Creolizing Subject RACE, REASON, AND THE POLITICS OF PURITY MICHAEL J. MONAHAN “Compellingly argues for an understanding of whiteness as a dynamic racial category of becoming, rather than a static category of being, and convincingly challenges the politics of purity in both traditional and antiracist understandings of race and racism.”—Shannon Sullivan, Pennsylvania State University 256 PAGES 978-0-8232-3450-9 PAPER, $26.00

Symbolic Forms for a New Humanity CULTURAL AND RACIAL RECONFIGURATIONS OF CRITICAL THEORY DRUCILLA CORNELL AND KENNETH MICHAEL PANFILIO “This is one of the rarest books. It belongs to the new genre of radical philosophical archeology: it resurrects the work of Ernst Cassirer, one of the great German idealists, and puts it to the task of developing a contemporary critical theory which confronts imperialism and neo-colonialism. At this point of retreat of the left, Cornell and Panfilio open new directions for critical thinking and offer a call to radical action.”—Costas Douzinas, University of London

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uBuntu and the Law AFRICAN IDEALS AND POSTAPARTHEID JURISPRUDENCE Edited by Drucilla Cornell and Nyoko Muvangua “This volume brings to light both the crucial cases and documents that are not easily accessible, and it also offers a set of fascinating and critical writings by some of the most important legal scholars in South Africa.”—Stephen Eric Bronner, Rutgers University

Cosmology, Ecology, and the Energy of God Edited by Donna Bowman and Clayton Crockett Contributors: Whitney Bauman, Donna Bowman, Clayton Crockett, T. Wilson Dickinson, Luke B. Higgins, Catherine Keller, Oz Lorentzen, Jay McDaniel, Jeffrey W. Robbins, Mary-Jane Rubenstein

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“This bold set of essays finally puts theology into the 21st century precisely because it confronts the core truth of our very existence—that energy is the omnipresent force shotthrough all things.”—Creston Davis, Rollins College

Sanctuary and Crime in the Middle Ages, 400–1500

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KARL SHOEMAKER “Shoemaker’s excellent study elucidates the origins and successive transformations of sanctuary as a central institution of premodern criminal justice. A work of great sweep and acuity, Sanctuary and Crime effectively bridges the history of values, ideas and practices—legal, political, religious, and social.”—Thomas A. Green, University of Michigan 224 PAGES 978-0-8232-3268-0 CLOTH, $65.00

The Gift of Science LEIBNIZ AND THE MODERN LEGAL TRADITION ROGER BERKOWITZ “Provides a radical critique of legal positivism from the perspective of intellectual history. Focusing on little-known work by Liebniz, Berkowitz traces the complex history and the multiple meanings of science and positivity.”—Peter Goodrich, Cardozo School of Law 234 PAGES 978-0-8232-3191-1 PAPER, $25.00

176 PAGES 978-0-8232-3251-2 PAPER, $24.00

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BORDERING RELIGIONS: Concepts, Conflicts, and Conversations Edited by Kathryn Kueny, Fordham University Karen Pechilis, Drew University James T. Robinson, The University of Chicago Divinity School FOR COU R SES

Beyond the Mushroom Cloud: COMMEMORATION, RELIGION, AND RESPONSIBILITY AFTER HIROSHIMA YUKI MIYAMOTO “This imaginative and deeply thoughtful book explores a rarely asked question: how does being victimized challenge individuals ethically? Miyamoto explores the ethical and religious resources that Japanese atomic-bomb victims (hibakusha) have deployed to make sense of their experience and guide their efforts to live good lives after surviving such a shattering event.”—Laura Hein, Northwestern University

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BODIES, DESIRES, CONFESSIONS VIRGINIA BURRUS, MARK D. JORDAN, AND KARMEN MACKENDRICK “This book will work its charms on those on intimate terms with Augustine and those who (accidentally or deliberately) have kept their distance. The writing is beautiful, sharp, astute. The authorial trinity brings together some of the most accomplished voices in their respective disciplines in powerful counterpoint.“—Yvonne Sherwood, University of Glasgow

A HISTORY OF THE SISTERS OF OUR LADY OF CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE MARGARET M. MCGUINNESS “Illuminates our understanding of the history of American women religious by examining the unique apostolate of a particular community that blended concern for the spiritual and material well-being of the Catholic poor.”—M. Christine Anderson, Xavier University

176 PAGES 978-0-8232-3194-2 PAPER, $25.00 EBOOK AVAILABLE

The Reinvention of Religious Music A Constructive Theology of Intellectual Disability HUMAN BEING AS MUTUALITY AND RESPONSE MOLLY C. HASLAM “Haslam’s work persuasively demonstrates the bias in society—and theology—in favor of intellectual ability, and reveals the dangerous consequences such bias carries. Her reflections are valuable not only as they highlight the existential value of people with profound intellectual disabilities and those who share life with them, but also as she magnificently complicates notions of what it is for any of us to be human or to be made in the image of God.”—Debbie Creamer, Iliff School of Theology

OLIVIER MESSIAEN’S BREAKTHROUGH TOWARD THE BEYOND SANDER VAN MAAS “If the idea that religious music is a thing of the past helps you sleep better, Sander van Maas’s provocative book should wake you up. Did you ever think that an ear could be circumcised? From the Bible to Messiaen and Derrida, he radically rethinks the relationships between ear and flesh.”—Peter Szendy, Université de Paris X Nanterre “Recommended!”—Choice 224 PAGES 978-0-8232-3058-7 PAPER, $24.00 EBOOK AVAILABLE

Hidden Intercourse EROS AND SEXUALITY IN THE HISTORY OF WESTERN ESOTERICISM WOUTER J. HANEGRAAFF AND JEFFREY J. KRIPAL “Hidden Intercourse is a book that turns people’s heads around, so that they can never think of sex the same way again.”—Joscelyn Godwin, Colgate University “A collection of essays addressing a doubly fascinating topic, namely, the intersection of the erotic and the esoteric in Western culture from ancient Greece to contemporary California—where ‘west’ meets ‘east,’ as the American counterculture supplements its already eclectic garb with the mantle of a refashioned Asian Tantra.”—Virginia Burrus, Drew University 544 PAGES, 9 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-3341-0 PAPER, $37.00

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Faith, Resistance, and the Future DANIEL BERRIGAN’S CHALLENGE TO CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT Edited by James L. Marsh and Anna J. Brown “Explores a fundamental tension concerning the role of the political within Catholic social thought, and considers Berrigan’s work within the broader discussion of social justice.”—Carol Joy Gordon, Fairfield University

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ORTHODOX STUDIES On Earth as in Heaven ECOLOGICAL VISION AND INITIATIVES OF ECUMENICAL PATRIARCH BARTHOLOMEW ECUMENICAL PATRIARCH BARTHOLOMEW Edited by John Chryssavgis Foreword by His Royal Highness, The Duke of Edinburgh “The Ecumenical Patriarch reminds us of a simple and profound moral truth: our imperative to live in harmony with our natural surroundings. While His All Holiness’s leadership is rooted in his own spiritual calling, his message resonates with all who work in and study the world of public affairs, politics, and diplomacy.”—Strobe Talbott, President of the Brookings Institution 384 PAGES 978-0-8232-3885-9 CLOTH, $32.00

INTERSECTIONS IN TEACHING AND LEARNING IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY Edited by Jocelyn M. Boryczka and Elizabeth A. Petrino Introduction by Jeffrey P. von Arx, S.J. Epilogue by Charles L. Currie, S.J. “This very original collection celebrates the interplay of the Ignatian and feminist spirits, while naming and confronting frustrations and pitfalls. The book will be an unparalleled springboard for discussions about Jesuit identity, Catholic identity, Catholic higher education, and the Catholic future of feminism. Above all, it reaffirms the hopeful, engaged, transformational mission of Jesuit colleges and universities.”—Lisa Sowle Cahill, Boston College

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Black Robes and Buckskin A SELECTION FROM THE JESUIT RELATIONS CATHARINE RANDALL “Catharine Randall’s modern translation of selections from the Jesuit Relations brings to life an exciting chapter of the French exploration and settlement of North America. In their letters home, the intrepid Jesuits write of their relationships with Native peoples, whose traditional beliefs the missionaries struggle to translate into their own Catholic terms. Their letters also illuminate the lives of the courageous nuns who founded hospitals and created schools for the girls of early Quebec, both Native and white.”—Mary Jean Green, Dartmouth College

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The Other Jewish Question IDENTIFYING THE JEW AND MAKING SENSE OF MODERNITY JAY GELLER “In this elegantly crafted and stunningly erudite exposition, Jay Geller explores the ‘persistence’ of the Jew as marked by difference, at least in the imagination of others, is to be understood as an index of the tortured emergence of Western modernity.”—Paul Mendes-Flohr, The University of Chicago, Divinity School 448 PAGES, 9 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-3362-5 PAPER, $35.00

LATINA/O THEOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY Edited by Ada María IsasiDíaz and Eduardo Mendieta Contributors: Walter Mignolo, Ada María Isasi-Díaz, María Lugones, Otto Maduro, Linda Martín Alcoff, Hjamil MartínezVázquez, Michelle GonzálezMaldonado, Paula M. L. Moya, Nelson Maldonado-Torres, Mayra Rivera, Christopher Tirres, Eduardo Mendieta

“This book is the definitive collection of philosophical and theological voices grounded in the most significant yet overlooked sources in American life—Latino/a doings and sufferings. We owe Eduardo Mendieta and Ada María Isasi-Díaz a deep debt for unleashing these profound and powerful essays into the world!”—Dr. Cornel West 320 PAGES 978-0-8232-4136-1 PAPER, $28.00

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Planetary Loves SPIVAK, POSTCOLONIALITY, AND THEOLOGY Edited by Stephen D. Moore and Mayra Rivera Contributors: Susan Abraham, Ellen T. Armour, Sharon V. Betcher, Anne Joh, Serene Jones, Namsoon Kang, Catherine Keller, Kwok Pui-lan, Tat-siong Benny Liew, Dhawn B. Martin, Stephen D. Moore, Mayra Rivera, Erin Runions, Laurel C. Schneider, John J. Thatamanil, Jenna Tiitsman, and Lydia York, as well as Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak

“Timely and valuable . . . an amazing collection of essays which dazzles with new insights and reflections, and . . . an attractive addition to the ever-growing literature on postcolonial theology. Aside from its erudition, this book is for those who care about love, compassion, justice, and tolerance in an increasingly conflict-ridden world.”—R. S. Sugirtharajah, author of The Bible and Empire 480 PAGES 978-0-8232-3326-7 PAPER, $35.00

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Symbolic Forms for a New Humanity CULTURAL AND RACIAL RECONFIGURATIONS OF CRITICAL THEORY DRUCILLA CORNELL AND KENNETH MICHAEL PANFILIO “This is one of the rarest books. It belongs to the new genre of radical philosophical archeology: it resurrects the work of Ernst Cassirer, one of the great German idealists, and puts it to the task of developing a contemporary critical theory which confronts imperialism and neo-colonialism. At this point of retreat of the left, Cornell and Panfilio open new directions for critical thinking and offer a call to radical action.”—Costas Douzinas, University of London

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Cosmology, Ecology, and the Energy of God Edited by Donna Bowman and Clayton Crockett Contributors: Whitney Bauman, Donna Bowman, Clayton Crockett, T. Wilson Dickinson, Luke B. Higgins, Catherine Keller, Oz Lorentzen, Jay McDaniel, Jeffrey W. Robbins, Mary-Jane Rubenstein

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The Reinvention of Religious Music A Constructive Theology of Intellectual Disability HUMAN BEING AS MUTUALITY AND RESPONSE MOLLY C. HASLAM “Haslam’s work persuasively demonstrates the bias in society—and theology—in favor of intellectual ability, and reveals the dangerous consequences such bias carries. Her reflections are valuable not only as they highlight the existential value of people with profound intellectual disabilities and those who share life with them, but also as she magnificently complicates notions of what it is for any of us to be human or to be made in the image of God.”—Debbie Creamer, Iliff School of Theology

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Hidden Intercourse EROS AND SEXUALITY IN THE HISTORY OF WESTERN ESOTERICISM WOUTER J. HANEGRAAFF AND JEFFREY J. KRIPAL “Hidden Intercourse is a book that turns people’s heads around, so that they can never think of sex the same way again.”—Joscelyn Godwin, Colgate University “A collection of essays addressing a doubly fascinating topic, namely, the intersection of the erotic and the esoteric in Western culture from ancient Greece to contemporary California—where ‘west’ meets ‘east,’ as the American counterculture supplements its already eclectic garb with the mantle of a refashioned Asian Tantra.”—Virginia Burrus, Drew University 544 PAGES, 9 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-3341-0 PAPER, $37.00

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LATINA/O THEOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY Edited by Ada María IsasiDíaz and Eduardo Mendieta Contributors: Walter Mignolo, Ada María Isasi-Díaz, María Lugones, Otto Maduro, Linda Martín Alcoff, Hjamil MartínezVázquez, Michelle GonzálezMaldonado, Paula M. L. Moya, Nelson Maldonado-Torres, Mayra Rivera, Christopher Tirres, Eduardo Mendieta

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Planetary Loves SPIVAK, POSTCOLONIALITY, AND THEOLOGY Edited by Stephen D. Moore and Mayra Rivera Contributors: Susan Abraham, Ellen T. Armour, Sharon V. Betcher, Anne Joh, Serene Jones, Namsoon Kang, Catherine Keller, Kwok Pui-lan, Tat-siong Benny Liew, Dhawn B. Martin, Stephen D. Moore, Mayra Rivera, Erin Runions, Laurel C. Schneider, John J. Thatamanil, Jenna Tiitsman, and Lydia York, as well as Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak

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The Creolizing Subject RACE, REASON, AND THE POLITICS OF PURITY MICHAEL J. MONAHAN “Compellingly argues for an understanding of whiteness as a dynamic racial category of becoming, rather than a static category of being, and convincingly challenges the politics of purity in both traditional and antiracist understandings of race and racism.”—Shannon Sullivan, Pennsylvania State University 256 PAGES 978-0-8232-3450-9 PAPER, $26.00

Symbolic Forms for a New Humanity CULTURAL AND RACIAL RECONFIGURATIONS OF CRITICAL THEORY DRUCILLA CORNELL AND KENNETH MICHAEL PANFILIO “This is one of the rarest books. It belongs to the new genre of radical philosophical archeology: it resurrects the work of Ernst Cassirer, one of the great German idealists, and puts it to the task of developing a contemporary critical theory which confronts imperialism and neo-colonialism. At this point of retreat of the left, Cornell and Panfilio open new directions for critical thinking and offer a call to radical action.”—Costas Douzinas, University of London

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uBuntu and the Law AFRICAN IDEALS AND POSTAPARTHEID JURISPRUDENCE Edited by Drucilla Cornell and Nyoko Muvangua “This volume brings to light both the crucial cases and documents that are not easily accessible, and it also offers a set of fascinating and critical writings by some of the most important legal scholars in South Africa.”—Stephen Eric Bronner, Rutgers University

Cosmology, Ecology, and the Energy of God Edited by Donna Bowman and Clayton Crockett Contributors: Whitney Bauman, Donna Bowman, Clayton Crockett, T. Wilson Dickinson, Luke B. Higgins, Catherine Keller, Oz Lorentzen, Jay McDaniel, Jeffrey W. Robbins, Mary-Jane Rubenstein

448 PAGES 978-0-8232-3382-3 CLOTH, $95.00

“This bold set of essays finally puts theology into the 21st century precisely because it confronts the core truth of our very existence—that energy is the omnipresent force shotthrough all things.”—Creston Davis, Rollins College

Sanctuary and Crime in the Middle Ages, 400–1500

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KARL SHOEMAKER “Shoemaker’s excellent study elucidates the origins and successive transformations of sanctuary as a central institution of premodern criminal justice. A work of great sweep and acuity, Sanctuary and Crime effectively bridges the history of values, ideas and practices—legal, political, religious, and social.”—Thomas A. Green, University of Michigan 224 PAGES 978-0-8232-3268-0 CLOTH, $65.00

The Gift of Science LEIBNIZ AND THE MODERN LEGAL TRADITION ROGER BERKOWITZ “Provides a radical critique of legal positivism from the perspective of intellectual history. Focusing on little-known work by Liebniz, Berkowitz traces the complex history and the multiple meanings of science and positivity.”—Peter Goodrich, Cardozo School of Law 234 PAGES 978-0-8232-3191-1 PAPER, $25.00

176 PAGES 978-0-8232-3251-2 PAPER, $24.00

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BORDERING RELIGIONS: Concepts, Conflicts, and Conversations Edited by Kathryn Kueny, Fordham University Karen Pechilis, Drew University James T. Robinson, The University of Chicago Divinity School FOR COU R SES

Beyond the Mushroom Cloud: COMMEMORATION, RELIGION, AND RESPONSIBILITY AFTER HIROSHIMA YUKI MIYAMOTO “This imaginative and deeply thoughtful book explores a rarely asked question: how does being victimized challenge individuals ethically? Miyamoto explores the ethical and religious resources that Japanese atomic-bomb victims (hibakusha) have deployed to make sense of their experience and guide their efforts to live good lives after surviving such a shattering event.”—Laura Hein, Northwestern University

Seducing Augustine

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BODIES, DESIRES, CONFESSIONS VIRGINIA BURRUS, MARK D. JORDAN, AND KARMEN MACKENDRICK “This book will work its charms on those on intimate terms with Augustine and those who (accidentally or deliberately) have kept their distance. The writing is beautiful, sharp, astute. The authorial trinity brings together some of the most accomplished voices in their respective disciplines in powerful counterpoint.“—Yvonne Sherwood, University of Glasgow

A HISTORY OF THE SISTERS OF OUR LADY OF CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE MARGARET M. MCGUINNESS “Illuminates our understanding of the history of American women religious by examining the unique apostolate of a particular community that blended concern for the spiritual and material well-being of the Catholic poor.”—M. Christine Anderson, Xavier University

176 PAGES 978-0-8232-3194-2 PAPER, $25.00 EBOOK AVAILABLE

The Reinvention of Religious Music A Constructive Theology of Intellectual Disability HUMAN BEING AS MUTUALITY AND RESPONSE MOLLY C. HASLAM “Haslam’s work persuasively demonstrates the bias in society—and theology—in favor of intellectual ability, and reveals the dangerous consequences such bias carries. Her reflections are valuable not only as they highlight the existential value of people with profound intellectual disabilities and those who share life with them, but also as she magnificently complicates notions of what it is for any of us to be human or to be made in the image of God.”—Debbie Creamer, Iliff School of Theology

OLIVIER MESSIAEN’S BREAKTHROUGH TOWARD THE BEYOND SANDER VAN MAAS “If the idea that religious music is a thing of the past helps you sleep better, Sander van Maas’s provocative book should wake you up. Did you ever think that an ear could be circumcised? From the Bible to Messiaen and Derrida, he radically rethinks the relationships between ear and flesh.”—Peter Szendy, Université de Paris X Nanterre “Recommended!”—Choice 224 PAGES 978-0-8232-3058-7 PAPER, $24.00 EBOOK AVAILABLE

Hidden Intercourse EROS AND SEXUALITY IN THE HISTORY OF WESTERN ESOTERICISM WOUTER J. HANEGRAAFF AND JEFFREY J. KRIPAL “Hidden Intercourse is a book that turns people’s heads around, so that they can never think of sex the same way again.”—Joscelyn Godwin, Colgate University “A collection of essays addressing a doubly fascinating topic, namely, the intersection of the erotic and the esoteric in Western culture from ancient Greece to contemporary California—where ‘west’ meets ‘east,’ as the American counterculture supplements its already eclectic garb with the mantle of a refashioned Asian Tantra.”—Virginia Burrus, Drew University 544 PAGES, 9 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-3341-0 PAPER, $37.00

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Faith, Resistance, and the Future DANIEL BERRIGAN’S CHALLENGE TO CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT Edited by James L. Marsh and Anna J. Brown “Explores a fundamental tension concerning the role of the political within Catholic social thought, and considers Berrigan’s work within the broader discussion of social justice.”—Carol Joy Gordon, Fairfield University

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ORTHODOX STUDIES On Earth as in Heaven ECOLOGICAL VISION AND INITIATIVES OF ECUMENICAL PATRIARCH BARTHOLOMEW ECUMENICAL PATRIARCH BARTHOLOMEW Edited by John Chryssavgis Foreword by His Royal Highness, The Duke of Edinburgh “The Ecumenical Patriarch reminds us of a simple and profound moral truth: our imperative to live in harmony with our natural surroundings. While His All Holiness’s leadership is rooted in his own spiritual calling, his message resonates with all who work in and study the world of public affairs, politics, and diplomacy.”—Strobe Talbott, President of the Brookings Institution 384 PAGES 978-0-8232-3885-9 CLOTH, $32.00

INTERSECTIONS IN TEACHING AND LEARNING IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY Edited by Jocelyn M. Boryczka and Elizabeth A. Petrino Introduction by Jeffrey P. von Arx, S.J. Epilogue by Charles L. Currie, S.J. “This very original collection celebrates the interplay of the Ignatian and feminist spirits, while naming and confronting frustrations and pitfalls. The book will be an unparalleled springboard for discussions about Jesuit identity, Catholic identity, Catholic higher education, and the Catholic future of feminism. Above all, it reaffirms the hopeful, engaged, transformational mission of Jesuit colleges and universities.”—Lisa Sowle Cahill, Boston College

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Black Robes and Buckskin A SELECTION FROM THE JESUIT RELATIONS CATHARINE RANDALL “Catharine Randall’s modern translation of selections from the Jesuit Relations brings to life an exciting chapter of the French exploration and settlement of North America. In their letters home, the intrepid Jesuits write of their relationships with Native peoples, whose traditional beliefs the missionaries struggle to translate into their own Catholic terms. Their letters also illuminate the lives of the courageous nuns who founded hospitals and created schools for the girls of early Quebec, both Native and white.”—Mary Jean Green, Dartmouth College

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The Other Jewish Question IDENTIFYING THE JEW AND MAKING SENSE OF MODERNITY JAY GELLER “In this elegantly crafted and stunningly erudite exposition, Jay Geller explores the ‘persistence’ of the Jew as marked by difference, at least in the imagination of others, is to be understood as an index of the tortured emergence of Western modernity.”—Paul Mendes-Flohr, The University of Chicago, Divinity School 448 PAGES, 9 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-3362-5 PAPER, $35.00

LATINA/O THEOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY Edited by Ada María IsasiDíaz and Eduardo Mendieta Contributors: Walter Mignolo, Ada María Isasi-Díaz, María Lugones, Otto Maduro, Linda Martín Alcoff, Hjamil MartínezVázquez, Michelle GonzálezMaldonado, Paula M. L. Moya, Nelson Maldonado-Torres, Mayra Rivera, Christopher Tirres, Eduardo Mendieta

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