Decolonial Judaism

By tracing the historical and conceptual lineage of this overlooked conversation, this book explores not only its epistemological opportunities, but also the internal contradictions that led to its ultimate unraveling, especially in the ...

Decolonial Judaism

Author: S. Slabodsky

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1137345837

Page: 259

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Decolonial Judaism: Triumphal Failures of Barbaric Thinking explores the relationship among geopolitics, religion, and social theory. It argues that during the postcolonial and post-Holocaust era, Jewish thinkers in different parts of the world were influenced by Global South thought and mobilized this rich set of intellectual resources to confront the assimilation of normative Judaism by various incipient neo-colonial powers. By tracing the historical and conceptual lineage of this overlooked conversation, this book explores not only its epistemological opportunities, but also the internal contradictions that led to its ultimate unraveling, especially in the post-9/11 world.

Decolonial Christianities

Decolonial Christianities stands on the shoulders of these and other previous
works,22 offering an important ... Decolonial Judaism: Triumphal Failures of
Barbaric Thinking (New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014); An Yountae, The ...

Decolonial Christianities

Author: Raimundo Barreto

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030241661

Page: 301

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What does it mean to theorize Christianity in light of the decolonial turn? This volume invites distinguished Latinx and Latin American scholars to a conversation that engages the rich theoretical contributions of the decolonial turn, while relocating Indigenous, Afro-Latin American, Latinx, and other often marginalized practices and hermeneutical perspectives to the center-stage of religious discourse in the Americas. Keeping in mind that all religions—Christianity included—are cultured, and avoiding the abstract references to Christianity common to the modern Eurocentric hegemonic project, the contributors favor embodied religious practices that emerge in concrete contexts and communities. Featuring essays from scholars such as Sylvia Marcos, Enrique Dussel, and Luis Rivera-Pagán, this volume represents a major step to bring Christian theology into the conversation with decolonial theory.

Decolonial Theology in the North Atlantic World

Decolonial theory as an emerging field of study and critical analysis thus resists
easy summary and systematization. ... 23 See Santiago Slabodsky, Decolonial
Judaism: Triumphal Failures of Barbaric Thinking (New York: Palgrave Macmillan
, ...

Decolonial Theology in the North Atlantic World

Author: Joseph Drexler-Dreis

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004412123

Page: 96

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This essay offers an overview of some decolonial perspectives and argues for a decolonial theological perspective as a possible response to modern/colonial relations of power in the North Atlantic world in general and the United States in particular.

T T Clark Handbook of Political Theology

For early essays by Michael Lerner and other progressive Jews see The Tikkun
Reader, ed. Michael Lerner ... Slabodsky, Santiago (2015), Decolonial Judaism:
Triumphal Failures of Barbaric Thinking, New York: Palgrave. Smith, Robert O.

T T Clark Handbook of Political Theology

Author: Rubén Rosario Rodríguez

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 0567670406

Page: 608

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The T&T Clark Handbook of Political Theology is a comprehensive reference resource informed by serious theological scholarship in the three Abrahamic traditions. The engaging and original contributions within this collection represent the epitome of contemporary scholarship in theology, religion, philosophy, history, law, and political science, from leading scholars in their area of specialization. Comprised of five sections that illuminate the rise and relevance of political theology, this handbook begins with the birth of contemporary “political theology,” and is followed by discussions of historical resources and past examples of interaction between theology and politics from all three Abrahamic traditions. The third section surveys the leading figures and movements that have had an impact on the discipline of political theology in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries; and the contributors then build on previously discussed historical resources and methods to engage with contemporary issues and challenges, emphasizing interreligious dialogue, even while addressing concerns of relevance to a particular faith tradition. The volume concludes with three essays that look at the future of political theology from the perspective of each Abrahamic religion. Complete with select bibliographies for each topic, this companion features the most current overview of political theology that will reach a broader, global audience of students and scholars

All Religion Is Inter Religion

Gil Anidjar, “The Issue Between Judaism and Islam,” AJS Perspectives (Spring
2012): 49. See also Santiago Slabodsky, Decolonial Judaism: Triumphal Failures
of Barbaric Thinking (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014). For the history of the
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All Religion Is Inter Religion

Author: Kambiz GhaneaBassiri

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1350062235

Page: 320

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All Religion Is Inter-Religion analyses the ways inter-religious relations have contributed both historically and philosophically to the constructions of the category of “religion” as a distinct subject of study. Regarded as contemporary classics, Steven M. Wasserstrom's Religion after Religion (1999) and Between Muslim and Jew (1995) provided a theoretical reorientation for the study of religion away from hierophanies and ultimacy, and toward lived history and deep pluralism. This book distills and systematizes this reorientation into nine theses on the study of religion. Drawing on these theses--and Wasserstrom's opus more generally--a distinguished group of his colleagues and former students demonstrate that religions can, and must, be understood through encounters in real time and space, through the complex relations they create and maintain between people, and between people and their pasts. The book also features an afterword by Wasserstrom himself, which poses nine riddles to students of religion based on his personal experiences working on religion at the turn of the twenty-first century.

Against war

He analyzes the works of the Lithuanian-born French-Jewish philosopher and religious thinker Emmanuel Levinas, the Martiniquean psychiatrist and political thinker Frantz Fanon, and the Catholic Argentinean-Mexican philosopher, historian, ...

Against war

Author: Nelson Maldonado Torres

Publisher: Duke Univ Pr

ISBN:

Page: 342

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Nelson Maldonado-Torres argues that European modernity has become inextricably linked with the experience of the warrior and conqueror. In Against War, he develops a powerful critique of modernity, and he offers a critical response combining ethics, political theory, and ideas rooted in Christian and Jewish thought. Maldonado-Torres focuses on the perspectives of those who inhabit the underside of Western modernity, particularly Jewish, black, and Latin American theorists. He analyzes the works of the Lithuanian-born French-Jewish philosopher and religious thinker Emmanuel Levinas, the Martiniquean psychiatrist and political thinker Frantz Fanon, and the Catholic Argentinean-Mexican philosopher, historian, and theologian Enrique Dussel.Considering Levinas's notion of the self in relation to French liberalism and Nazi racial politics, Maldonado-Torres elaborates a "master morality" of dominion and control at the heart of racial policies, imperial projects, and wars of invasion. He refines the outlines of modernity's war paradigm via Fanon's phenomenology of the colonized and racial self. Critiquing Levinas and Fanon, each through the thought of the other, Maldonado-Torres formulates an ethical conception of subjectivity. He draws on Dussel to provide a genealogy of the modern imperial and warring self. Maldonado-Torres's argument culminates in his theorization of race as the naturalization of war's death ethic. With Against War, Maldonado-Torres advances the de-colonial turn, which posits ethics as the primary antidote to problems with Western conceptions of freedom, autonomy, and equality, and insists on the necessity of politics to forge a world where ethical relations become the norm rather than the exception.

Liturgy in Postcolonial Perspectives

This book brings Christian, Jewish and Muslim scholars from different fields of knowledge and many places across the globe to introduce/expand the dialogue between the field of liturgy and postcolonial/decolonial thinking.

Liturgy in Postcolonial Perspectives

Author: C. Carvalhaes

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1137508272

Page: 319

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This book brings Christian, Jewish and Muslim scholars from different fields of knowledge and many places across the globe to introduce/expand the dialogue between the field of liturgy and postcolonial/decolonial thinking. Connecting main themes in both fields, this book shows what is at stake in this dialectical scholarship.

Handbook of Research on Multicultural Education

The decolonial imaginary : Writing Chicanas into history . Bloomington ...
Standing again at Sinai : Judaism from a feminist perspective . New York ...
Fighting to become Americans : Jews , gender , and the anxiety of assimilation .
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Handbook of Research on Multicultural Education

Author: James A. Banks

Publisher: Jossey-Bass

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Page: 1089

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Phoebe

... Press , Northern Plains Quarterly , The Paterson Literary Review , Phoebe ,
Primavera , Reform Judaism , Response , Tales of the ... Currently she is at work
writing a book on Decolonial Feminism and Cuban sex work during the 1990s .

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Frontiers

... Islam , or Judaism , continue to reify patriarchal , misogynist , and heterosexist
structures of domination worldwide . ... From those in - between spaces — the
decolonial imaginary that historian Emma Pérez delineates as the third space ,
that ...

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A journal of women studies.

Moon Handbooks

... for their decolonial churches of San Telmo and Recoleta to votion to those
dead and gone . the dignity of the neoclassical Catedral . ... against its excesses
other religions is Judaism , as the capital ' s Jewish and for return to democracy .

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Conversations in Postcolonial Thought

Offering 12 interviews with postcolonial thinkers in the social sciences and humanities, this collection features theorists such as Sara Ahmed and Paul Gilroy.

Conversations in Postcolonial Thought

Author: K. Sian

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1137463562

Page: 218

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Offering 12 interviews with postcolonial thinkers in the social sciences and humanities, this collection features theorists such as Sara Ahmed and Paul Gilroy. Topics range from Bob Marley to the Black Panthers, Fanon to feminism, and anti-apartheid to the academy, uncovering thought provoking adventures about resistance and empowerment.

Contextual Biblical Hermeneutics as Multicentric Dialogue

In this book, the author offers a proposed contextual biblical hermeneutic that takes into account the epistemic terrain of a particular geopolitically defined context and applies it through a multicentric dialogue to reading the stories in ...

Contextual Biblical Hermeneutics as Multicentric Dialogue

Author: Chin Ming Stephen Lim

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004399259

Page: 228

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In this book, the author offers a proposed contextual biblical hermeneutic that takes into account the epistemic terrain of a particular geopolitically defined context and applies it through a multicentric dialogue to reading the stories in Daniel in Singapore.

American Book Publishing Record

378.42374 The decolonial imaginary. 305.488687 Decorative and sculptural
ironwork. 739.4 Dee Gruenig's rubber ... 523.78 An ecological approach to
perceptual learning and development. 155.4137 The ecological message of the
Torah.

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The Right to Look

In The Right to Look, Nicholas Mirzoeff develops a comparative decolonial framework for visual culture studies, the field that he helped to create and shape.

The Right to Look

Author: Nicholas Mirzoeff

Publisher: Duke University Press Books

ISBN: 9780822348955

Page: 416

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In The Right to Look, Nicholas Mirzoeff develops a comparative decolonial framework for visual culture studies, the field that he helped to create and shape. Casting modernity as an ongoing contest between visuality and countervisuality, or “the right to look,” he explains how visuality sutures authority to power and renders the association natural. An early-nineteenth-century concept, meaning the visualization of history, visuality has been central to the legitimization of Western hegemony. Mirzoeff identifies three “complexes of visuality”—plantation slavery, imperialism, and the present-day military-industrial complex—and explains how, within each, power is made to seem self-evident through techniques of classification, separation, and aestheticization. At the same time, he shows how each complex of visuality has been countered—by the enslaved, the colonized, and opponents of war, all of whom assert autonomy from authority by claiming the right to look. Encompassing the Caribbean plantation and the Haitian revolution, anticolonialism in the South Pacific, antifascism in Italy and Algeria, and the contemporary global counterinsurgency, The Right to Look is a work of astonishing geographic, temporal, and conceptual reach.

Against Abstraction

The resulting dialogues and the Spanish edition of this work, Marranismo e inscripción, o el abandono de la conciencia desdichada, are the basis for Against Abstraction, supplemented with an interview conducted for the Chilean journal ...

Against Abstraction

Author: Alberto Moreiras

Publisher: University of Texas Press

ISBN: 1477319824

Page: 264

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In 2015, members of the philosophy department at the University of Madrid conducted an interview with Alberto Moreiras for the university’s digital archive. The resulting dialogues and the Spanish edition of this work, Marranismo e inscripción, o el abandono de la conciencia desdichada, are the basis for Against Abstraction, supplemented with an interview conducted for the Chilean journal Papel máquina. In these landmark conversations, Moreiras describes how, though he was initially committed to Latin American literary studies, he eventually transitioned to become an eminent scholar of critical theory, existential philosophy, and ultimately infrapolitics and posthegemony. Blending intellectual autobiography with a survey of Hispanism as practiced in universities in the United States (including the schisms in Latin American subaltern studies that eventually led to Moreiras’s departure from Duke University), these narratives read like a picaresque and a polemic on the symbolic power of scholars. Drawing on the concept of marranism (originally a term for Iberian Jews and Muslims forced to convert to Christianity during the Middle Ages) to consider the situations and allegiances he has navigated over the years, Moreiras has produced a multifaceted self-portrait that will surely spark further discourse.