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Religion, Emotion, Sensation

Affect Theories and Theologies

contributions by Amy Hollywood; Dong Sung Kim; Max Thornton; Stephen D. Moore; Karen Bray; Erin Runions; Donovan O. Schaefer; A. Paige Rawson; Gregory J. Seigworth; Wonhee Anne Joh; Alexis G. Waller & Mathew Arthur

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theology, mind & body, semiotics & theory
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Religion, Emotion, Sensation asks what affect theory has to say about God or gods, religion or religions, scriptures, theologies, and liturgies. Contributors explore the crossings and criscrossings between affect theory and theology and the study of religion more broadly, as well as the political and social import of such work.

Bringing together affect theorists, theologians, biblical scholars, and scholars of religion, this volume enacts creative transdisciplinary interventions in the study of affect and religion through exploring such topics as biblical literature, Christology, animism, Rastafarianism, the women’s Mosque Movement, the unending Korean War, the Sewol ferry disaster, trans and gender queer identities, YA fiction, queer historiography, the prison industrial complex, debt and neoliberalism, and death and poetry.

Contributors: Mathew Arthur, Amy Hollywood, Wonhee Anne Joh, Dong Sung Kim, A. Paige Rawson, Erin Runions, Donovan O. Schaefer, Gregory J. Seigworth, Max Thornton, and Alexis G. Waller.

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Amy Hollywood

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Dong Sung Kim

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Max Thornton

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Stephen D. Moore is Edmund S. Janes Professor of New Testament Studies at the Theological School, Drew University.
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Karen Bray is an Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and Philosophy at Wesleyan College.
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Erin Runions is Associate Professor and Chair in the Department of Religious Studies at Pomona College. Her previous books are Changing Subjects: Gender, Nation, Future in Micah and How Hysterical: Identification and Resistance in the Bible and Film.
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Erin Runions is Associate Professor and Chair in the Department of Religious Studies at Pomona College. Her previous books are Changing Subjects: Gender, Nation, Future in Micah and How Hysterical: Identification and Resistance in the Bible and Film.
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Erin Runions is Associate Professor and Chair in the Department of Religious Studies at Pomona College. Her previous books are Changing Subjects: Gender, Nation, Future in Micah and How Hysterical: Identification and Resistance in the Bible and Film.
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Erin Runions is Associate Professor and Chair in the Department of Religious Studies at Pomona College. Her previous books are Changing Subjects: Gender, Nation, Future in Micah and How Hysterical: Identification and Resistance in the Bible and Film.
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Erin Runions is Associate Professor and Chair in the Department of Religious Studies at Pomona College. Her previous books are Changing Subjects: Gender, Nation, Future in Micah and How Hysterical: Identification and Resistance in the Bible and Film.
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Erin Runions is Associate Professor and Chair in the Department of Religious Studies at Pomona College. Her previous books are Changing Subjects: Gender, Nation, Future in Micah and How Hysterical: Identification and Resistance in the Bible and Film.
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Erin Runions is Associate Professor and Chair in the Department of Religious Studies at Pomona College. Her previous books are Changing Subjects: Gender, Nation, Future in Micah and How Hysterical: Identification and Resistance in the Bible and Film.
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Contributor Notes

Karen Bray (Edited By)
Karen Bray is an Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and Philosophy at Wesleyan College.

Stephen D. Moore (Edited By)
Stephen D. Moore is Edmund S. Janes Professor of New Testament Studies at the Theological School, Drew University.

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