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The Resource The Subjective eye : essays in culture, religion, and gender in honor of Margaret R. Miles, edited by Richard Valantasis ; in collaboration with Deborah J. Haynes, James D. Smith III, Janet F. Carlson

The Subjective eye : essays in culture, religion, and gender in honor of Margaret R. Miles, edited by Richard Valantasis ; in collaboration with Deborah J. Haynes, James D. Smith III, Janet F. Carlson

Label
The Subjective eye : essays in culture, religion, and gender in honor of Margaret R. Miles
Title
The Subjective eye
Title remainder
essays in culture, religion, and gender in honor of Margaret R. Miles
Statement of responsibility
edited by Richard Valantasis ; in collaboration with Deborah J. Haynes, James D. Smith III, Janet F. Carlson
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
IDK
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
  • music
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1937-
  • 1946-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Miles, Margaret R.
  • Valantasis, Richard
  • Haynes, Deborah J
  • Smith, James D.
  • Carlson, Janet F
Series statement
Princeton theological monograph series
Series volume
59
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Miles, Margaret R.
  • Theology
  • Religion and culture
  • Sex role
  • Art and religion
Label
The Subjective eye : essays in culture, religion, and gender in honor of Margaret R. Miles, edited by Richard Valantasis ; in collaboration with Deborah J. Haynes, James D. Smith III, Janet F. Carlson
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
  • "Bibliography of Margaret R. Miles": p. 353-356
  • Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Across the miles / words by Victoria Sirota ; music by Robert Sirota -- Studebat / Jennifer M. Phillips -- Foreword: the eye of the beholder / Margaret R. Miles -- Introduction / Richard Valantasis -- Christian spirituality envisioned : a pastoral appreciation of Ernst Kitzinger, Margaret Miles, and Henri Nouwen (Harvard, 1976-85) / James D. Smith III -- Antigone (can a woman be a hero?) / Jennifer M. Phillips -- On being beautiful and religious at the same time : Plotinus's aesthetics for the present / Frank Burch Brown -- The image in tandem : painting metaphors and moral discourse in late antique Christianity / Georgia Frank -- Using philosophers to think with : the Venerable Bede on Christian life and practice / Arthur G. Holder -- "As long as that song could be heard" : eternal time in the Trinity of Augustine / Peter Manchester -- Toward a pedagogy for comparative visual studies / Deborah J. Haynes -- Calypso, revisited / Jennifer M. Phillips -- Lay asceticism as social critique : the sixteenth-century Anabaptists and twenty-first-century dissent / Paula M. Cooey -- Expressing life : dancing toward the feminist philosophy of religion / Kimerer L. LaMothe -- A Samaritan, a mother-in-law, and an addict : insights on vision and attention / Martha Ellen Stortz -- On doing theology during a romantic movement / Owen C. Thomas -- Asceticism or formation : theorizing asceticism after Nietzsche / Richard Valantasis -- Insight as image : my ongoing conversation with Margaret MIles / Lynn Randolph -- Susannah / Jennifer M. Phillips -- Religious gender models and women's human rights / Kari Elisabeth Børresen -- Gender justice and the transformative power of mutual vulnerability / Stephen B. Boyd -- The violence of "perfection" : power, images, and the female body in American popular culture / Michelle M. Lelwica -- Rapt by God : the rhetoric of rape in medieval mystical literature / Julie B. Miller -- Of martyrs and men: Perpetua, Thecla, and the ambiguity of female heroism in early Christianity / Gail Corrington Streete -- My life in pictures / Jane Daggett Dillenberger -- Psyche / Jennifer M. Phillips -- To touch or not to touch : perceiving in art the intertextuality of a faithful and wise Mary Magdalene with a doubtful Thomas and a faithful Miriam / Douglas G. Adams -- Pictures and popular religion in early Christianity : art as the Bible of the illiterate? / Robin M. Jensen -- Blessed irreverence : what Black theology can learn from the visual arts / Anthony B. Pinn -- Answering the call of Goya's dog : seeing with vision, seeing with responsibility / S. Brent Plate -- Critical generosity : the significance of Mary's presentation to the temple for medieval women surviving plague / Kimberly Vrudny -- Shamhat / Jennifer M. Phillips
Control code
000269170
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xxix, 356 p.
Isbn
9781597525190
Other physical details
ill., music, port.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000269170
  • (OCoLC)70277239
Label
The Subjective eye : essays in culture, religion, and gender in honor of Margaret R. Miles, edited by Richard Valantasis ; in collaboration with Deborah J. Haynes, James D. Smith III, Janet F. Carlson
Publication
Bibliography note
  • "Bibliography of Margaret R. Miles": p. 353-356
  • Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Across the miles / words by Victoria Sirota ; music by Robert Sirota -- Studebat / Jennifer M. Phillips -- Foreword: the eye of the beholder / Margaret R. Miles -- Introduction / Richard Valantasis -- Christian spirituality envisioned : a pastoral appreciation of Ernst Kitzinger, Margaret Miles, and Henri Nouwen (Harvard, 1976-85) / James D. Smith III -- Antigone (can a woman be a hero?) / Jennifer M. Phillips -- On being beautiful and religious at the same time : Plotinus's aesthetics for the present / Frank Burch Brown -- The image in tandem : painting metaphors and moral discourse in late antique Christianity / Georgia Frank -- Using philosophers to think with : the Venerable Bede on Christian life and practice / Arthur G. Holder -- "As long as that song could be heard" : eternal time in the Trinity of Augustine / Peter Manchester -- Toward a pedagogy for comparative visual studies / Deborah J. Haynes -- Calypso, revisited / Jennifer M. Phillips -- Lay asceticism as social critique : the sixteenth-century Anabaptists and twenty-first-century dissent / Paula M. Cooey -- Expressing life : dancing toward the feminist philosophy of religion / Kimerer L. LaMothe -- A Samaritan, a mother-in-law, and an addict : insights on vision and attention / Martha Ellen Stortz -- On doing theology during a romantic movement / Owen C. Thomas -- Asceticism or formation : theorizing asceticism after Nietzsche / Richard Valantasis -- Insight as image : my ongoing conversation with Margaret MIles / Lynn Randolph -- Susannah / Jennifer M. Phillips -- Religious gender models and women's human rights / Kari Elisabeth Børresen -- Gender justice and the transformative power of mutual vulnerability / Stephen B. Boyd -- The violence of "perfection" : power, images, and the female body in American popular culture / Michelle M. Lelwica -- Rapt by God : the rhetoric of rape in medieval mystical literature / Julie B. Miller -- Of martyrs and men: Perpetua, Thecla, and the ambiguity of female heroism in early Christianity / Gail Corrington Streete -- My life in pictures / Jane Daggett Dillenberger -- Psyche / Jennifer M. Phillips -- To touch or not to touch : perceiving in art the intertextuality of a faithful and wise Mary Magdalene with a doubtful Thomas and a faithful Miriam / Douglas G. Adams -- Pictures and popular religion in early Christianity : art as the Bible of the illiterate? / Robin M. Jensen -- Blessed irreverence : what Black theology can learn from the visual arts / Anthony B. Pinn -- Answering the call of Goya's dog : seeing with vision, seeing with responsibility / S. Brent Plate -- Critical generosity : the significance of Mary's presentation to the temple for medieval women surviving plague / Kimberly Vrudny -- Shamhat / Jennifer M. Phillips
Control code
000269170
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xxix, 356 p.
Isbn
9781597525190
Other physical details
ill., music, port.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000269170
  • (OCoLC)70277239

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