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Religious Experience and New Materialism


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Table of Contents

Introduction; Tamsin Jones
1. 'Becoming a Bodily Self: An Econkinetic Approach to the Study of Religion'; Kimerer L. LaMothe
2. 'Organizing Conversions: Theorizing the Religious Experience of Conversion with New Materialisms'; Kevin Minister
3. 'Ecology and Social Movements: The New Materialism and Relational Christian Realism'; Clayton Crockett and John Reader
4. 'Becoming Feces: New Materialism and the Deep Solidarity in Feeling Like Shit'; Karen Bray
5. 'Rethinking the New Materialism for Religion and Theology: Why Movements Matter Most'; Joerg Rieger
Response: 'On the Virtue and Variety of Movement'; Jeffrey W. Robbins
Conclusion; Edward Waggoner

About the Author

Karen Bray, Drew University, USA Clayton Crockett, University of Central Arkansas, USA Tamsin Jones, Trinity College, USA Kimerer L. LaMothe, Brown University and Harvard University, USA (emeritus) Kevin Minister, College of Arts and Sciences at Shenandoah University, USA John Reader, University of Chester, UK Jeffrey W. Robbins, Lebanon Valley College, USA


'From its birth, New Materialism has fostered intense attention and debate: is it materialist, is it new, can it produce a more radical theology? Here, chapters lock horns over the heart and bodies of the New Materialist program, emphasizing the topics of religion and activism. The authors, undercutting established dualisms, offer both advocacy and critical dialogue. This is an important contribution to this new school of thought.' - Philip Clayton, Claremont School of Theology, USA

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