Posted by Cynthia Eller on December 02, 2017

Hi all--Apparently the newsletter I sent you yesterday was filled with broken links.  I do so apologize.  Please try this one instead.

GOOGLE FORM FOR RECOMMENDING REVIEWERS

All best, Cynthia

 

BOOKS RECEIVED, November 2017

Yearbook of Chinese Theology 2017 (English and Chinese Edition). By Paulos Z. Huang (ed) (Brill, 10/5/2017).

Posted by Cynthia Eller on December 02, 2017

Dearest colleagues:

I spared you the mid-November book list, because I figured you would all be preoccupied with the AAR annual meeting. But your moment has come. We have received a ton of books. Please scan the list for titles in your area, click the links, and see if you can think of possible reviewers.  As always, please fill out a simple google form for each book.

GOOGLE FORM FOR RECOMMENDING REVIEWERS

Posted by Lisa Haygood on December 01, 2017

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Motivated by Woody Allen’s brief comedic transformation into a Hasidic Jew in Annie Hall, cultural historian Shaina Hammerman examines the effects of real and imagined representations of Hasidic Jews in film, television, theater, and photography.

A cornucopia of books and book reviews to celebrate the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther's posting of the 95 theses.

Posted by Lisa Haygood on November 16, 2017

If you are attending the 2017 AAR/SBL meeting in Boston (Nov 18-21), share your photos, thoughts, and memorable moments with #AARSBL17.

Posted by Cynthia Eller on November 03, 2017

Dearest colleagues:

We have received a few books!  Tons and tons, actually …  I know everybody’s time is precious in the run up to AAR, but please just skim the list to catch books in your field that need to be reviewed.

Please fill out one of these google forms per book.  Thanks so much! Cynthia

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BOOKS RECEIVED, 10/16/2017 to 10/31/2017

Posted by Lisa Haygood on November 01, 2017

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Posted by Cynthia Eller on October 31, 2017

When Reading Religion first began ramping up in January 2016, we noticed that there were an awful lot of books rolling in on Martin Luther. “What’s up with that?” we asked one another. We even discussed writing a feature noting this peculiar and abrupt rise of new works on the famed Reformer.

Posted by Cynthia Eller on October 30, 2017

When Reading Religion first began ramping up in January 2016, we noticed that there were an awful lot of books rolling in on Martin Luther. “What’s up with that?” we asked one another. We even discussed writing a feature noting this peculiar and abrupt rise of new works on the famed Reformer.

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