In the business of theology it is hard not to be controversial - Jurgen Moltmann

Sunday, 6 January 2008

books in my field 2007

Books published over the past year that have significant bearings on my primary theoretical context of discussion — which means I need to carefully address them in my final wrap-up for formal submission:

March: Clive Marsh, Theology Goes to the Movies (Routledge).

July: Paul V.M. Flesher and Robert Torry, Film and Religion: an Introduction (Abingdon).

October: Jolyon Mitchell and S. Brent Plate (eds.) The Religion and Film Reader (Routledge).

November: Robert K. Johnston (ed.) Reframing Theology and Film: New Focus for an Emerging Discipline (Baker Academic).

November: Gordon Lynch (ed.) Between Sacred ad Profane: Researching Religion and Popular Culture (IB Tauris).

December: Christopher Deacy and Gaye Ortiz, Theology and Film: Challenging the Sacred/Secular Divide (Blackwell).

December: Stefanie Knauss and Alexander D. Ornella (eds.) Reconfigurations: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Religion in a Post-secular Society (Lit Verlag, Germany).

December: Jolyon Mitchell, Media Violence and Christian Ethics (Cambridge University Press).

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