Tag: anthropology

What’s #NextUP with our Journals!

What’s #NextUP with our Journals!

It’s University Press Week, and as the blog train rolls into our station, we want to shine a light on our three new academic journals that will debut in the coming year.

Q&A with Joseph Stuart

Q&A with Joseph Stuart

Sociologists like Margaret Archer have commented on the lack of analytical terms for designating the components of culture. Yet Dawson’s approach to culture provides those terms. They help to coordinate research in terms of the big picture. These elements of culture prevent scholars from neglecting important data sets or spiritual influences.

Women and Men are of Equal Dignity with Some Important Differences

Women and Men are of Equal Dignity with Some Important Differences

In working with and reading my co-authors, I came to a deeper appreciation of just how important our male and female bodies are. Major movements today claim not only that there is no longer a male or female nature, but—even more extreme—some claim that there is no basic human nature at all.

Excerpt of Contemporary Catholic Approaches to the People, Land, and State of Israel

Excerpt of Contemporary Catholic Approaches to the People, Land, and State of Israel

A Catholic engagement in relationship with the Jewish people is rooted in a context. For many in the Church today that context is forged in Europe in the mid-twentieth century. What do Christian-Jewish relations look like from the perspective of a Catholic theologian who is a Palestinian Arab? How does that perspective impact how Catholic theology might see the Land of Israel and the State of Israel?

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