The Subjective Eye

The Subjective Eye

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One of the great joys of the academic life is to pay homage in a Festschrift to a scholar who has influenced both colleagues and students over years of interaction and friendship both professional and personal. This volume honors a scholar and theologian of historical theology, a theorist and a practitioner of religion and the arts, and a keen analyst of cultural trends both ancient and modern. . . . [Margaret R.] Miles's prodigious production as a scholar has legendary qualities. Her dozen-plus books alone explore history, patristics, ancient philosophy, art and art history, spiritual formation and religious practice, critical theory, film, ethics and values, personal growth, gender and women's studies, as well as her true academic loves, Augustine and Plotinus. . . . The breadth and depth of her own work and her influence upon others demands an expansive volume, which the editors of this Festschrift unfortunately had to restrict to four categories--Historical Theology, Religion and Culture, Religion and Gender, and Religion and the Visual Arts--in order to capture the heart of our appreciation for her. --from the IntroductionEssays in Culture, Religion, and Gender in Honor of Margaret R. Miles Richard Valantasis, Deborah J. Haynes, James D. Smith, Janet F. Carlson. In order to get to the heart of an ascetical discipline, one must ask questions about the intent or anbsp;...

Title:The Subjective Eye
Author:Richard Valantasis, Deborah J. Haynes, James D. Smith, Janet F. Carlson
Publisher:Wipf and Stock Publishers - 2006-05-15


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