The Art of Interfaith Dialogues

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Aaron Rosen, Nicola Green
Arts and the Sacred
  • Turnhot, Belgium: 
    Brepols Publishers
    , September
     176 pages.
     For other formats: Link to Publisher's Website.
Review coming soon!

Review by Amanda Dillon forthcoming.


The 21st century is a new era for interfaith dialogue.  Readers are invited to witness the meetings of faith leaders from across the globe through the eyes of acclaimed artist Nicola Green, accompanied by challenging reflections from leading scholars.

What makes for productive and long-lasting interfaith dialogue? This book uses Nicola Green’s artwork as a lens through which to explore and analyse the state of interreligious dialogue today. The book features contributions from leading scholars and practitioners in theology, history, cultural studies, and art history, writing in an accessible style that is engaging for both academic and general readers. Writers pay special attention to the embodied nature of dialogue, commenting on frequently neglected dimensions of such encounters, from the set-up of the physical spaces to gestures and clothing. Not only does this book seek to evaluate the conditions and implications of interreligious dialogue, it encourages readers to take up the challenge of encounters themselves.

About the Author(s)/Editor(s)/Translator(s): 

Aaron Rosen is Professor of Religious Thought at Rocky Mountain College and Visiting Professor at King’s College London.

Nicola Green is a Social Historian and Artist.

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