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The Marginalia Review of Books is an international, open access review of literature along the nexus of history, theology, and religion. MRB examines, critiques, and illuminates the traditions, institutions, discourses, and practices of religions and their believers. We aim to connect the academic and public worlds by providing an intellectually rich and broadly accessible conversation that does not merely summarize previous work but contributes new ideas.

The Marginalia Review of Books is an international, open access review of literature along the nexus of history, theology, and religion. MRB examines, critiques, and illuminates the traditions, institutions, discourses, and practices of religions and their believers. We aim to connect the academic and public worlds by providing an intellectually rich and broadly accessible conversation that does not merely summarize previous work but contributes new ideas.
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The Marginalia Review of Books is an international, open access review of literature along the nexus of history, theology, and religion. MRB examines, critiques, and illuminates the traditions, institutions, discourses, and practices of religions and their believers. We aim to connect the academic and public worlds by providing an intellectually rich and broadly accessible conversation that does not merely summarize previous work but contributes new ideas.

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Leonard Schwartz With Kathleen Eamon

8/18/2017
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Poet Leonard Schwartz and philosopher Kathleen Eamon discuss Schwartz's new book "The New Babel: Toward a Poetics of the Middle East Crisis."

Duration:01:16:22

First Impressions #104: Amir Hussain on Muslims and the Making of America

8/18/2017
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There has never been an America without Muslims, and they have played a crucial role in the cultural production of the United States. Kristian Petersen talks with Amir Hussain, Professor of Theological Studies at Loyola Marymount University, about his new book Muslims and the Making of America.

Duration:00:20:39

First Impressions #103: Chloë Starr on Chinese Theology

5/25/2017
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While Christianity has had a long history in China it’s only been the past century where Chinese Theology has taken shape. Kristian Petersen talks with Chloë Starr, Associate Professor at Yale University Divinity School, about her new book Chinese Theology: Text and Context.

Duration:00:19:51

First Impressions #102: Birgit Meyer on Ghana's Hollywood

3/16/2017
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Christianity has greatly shaped popular filmmaking in Ghana. Kristian Petersen talks with Birgit Meyer, Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Utrecht, about her new book Sensational Movies - Video, Vision and Christianity in Ghana.

Duration:00:16:42

First Impressions #101: Deepa Iyer on Shaping a Multiracial Future

1/3/2017
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Racial anxiety, bigotry, and anti-immigrant sentiment has escalated in post 9/11 America but that history is often forgotten or ignored. Kristian Petersen talks with Deepa Iyer, Senior Fellow at the Center for Social Inclusion, about her new book We Too Sing America: South Asian, Arab, Muslim and Sikh Immigrants Shape Our Multiracial Future. NOTE: Since I spoke with Deepa Iyer, President Obama ended NSEERS on December 22, 2016.

Duration:00:21:02

Indie Scholar Podcast w/Dave Krueger

11/18/2016
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The Indie Scholar Podcast hosted by Dave Krueger. Featuring scholars working at the edges of academia.

Duration:00:01:52