Series: AAR Cultural Criticism Series

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Anti-Judaism in feminist religious writings by Katharina von Kellenbach1
Asceticism and its critics : historical accounts and comparative perspectives by Oliver Freiberger
Converging on Culture: Theologians in Dialogue with Cultural Analysis and Criticism by Delwin Brown
Feminist Poetics of the Sacred: Creative Suspicions (American Academy of Religion Cultural Criticism Series) by Frances Devlin-Glass
Intersecting Pathways: Modern Jewish Theologians in Conversation with Christianity (American Academy of Religion Cultural Criticism Series) by Marc A. Krell
Moses in America: The Cultural Uses of Biblical Narrative (American Academy of Religion Books) by Melanie J. Wright
Parables for our time : rereading New Testament scholarship after the Holocaust by Tania Oldenhage
Cultural Otherness : Correspondence With Richard Rorty by Anindita Niyogi Balslev4
Imag(in)ing Otherness: Filmic Visions of Living Together (Aar Cultural Criticism Series) by S. Brent Plate7

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