Category Archives: Links

Links to interesting stories and media, other blog posts, etc.

Links: 15 February 2017

Refugees and plastic bags… Continue reading

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Links: 17 January 2017

What’s Wrong With Literary Studies? – The Chronicle of Higher Education Economists versus the Economy – Robert Skidelsky Am I a Christian, Pastor Timothy Keller? – Nicholas Kristof No One Has A Good Plan To Get Rid Of Trump’s Conflicts — … Continue reading

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Links: 15 December 2016

It’s been a few weeks, so a few of these are old news–but hopefully interesting nonetheless.

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Links: 23 November 2016

Election aftermath–thoughts on race, class, and what Trump’s election really means:

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America Rejoices/Weeps in Utter Disbelief

A few scattered reactions to the election…

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Links: 2 November 2016

Are book collectors real readers, or just cultural snobs? | Aeon Essays. “Digital reading, like the perusing of ancient scrolls, constitutes an important statement about who we are. Like the public readers of Martial’s Rome, the avid readers of text … Continue reading

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Links: 21 October 2016

George Will: Donald Trump is the GOP’s chemotherapy. “Trump is a marvelously efficient acid bath, stripping away his supporters’ surfaces, exposing their skeletal essences.” Which is he–chemo, or acid bath? N. T. Wright: The Church Continues the Revolution Jesus Started… … Continue reading

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Links: 10 October 2016

In the religion department…

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Links: 30 September 2016

  Stories of refugees from the Syrian War…

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Links: 14 September 2016

My sister, Rebekah M. Devine, has an essay in this forthcoming edited volume published by Brill: Authoritative Texts and Reception History. In other (less important) news: Georgetown plans to apologize for its role in slavery – The Washington Post. Michael … Continue reading

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