Category Archives: Interviews

Method and Theory in the Study of Religion: An Interview with Aaron Hughes (Part 2)

Interview by Matt Sheedy This is the second and final instalment of an interview with Aaron Hughes, editor of Method and Theory in the Study of Religion. Part one of the interview can be found here.   Matt Sheedy: As a … Continue reading

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Method and Theory in the Study of Religion: An Interview with Aaron Hughes (Part 1)

Interview by Matt Sheedy Aaron Hughes is the current editor of Method and Theory in the Study of Religion and has generously agreed to talk with the Bulletin about his recent appointment and vision for the journal. He is professor … Continue reading

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Humor and Religion: An Interview with David Feltmate, Pt. 1

Matt Sheedy: In your recent essay, “It’s Funny Because It’s True? The Simpsons, Satire, and the Significance of Religious Humor in Popular Culture,” you look at the intersection between humor, religion and satire and note the various contexts and interests involved … Continue reading

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Realism and ‘Religion’: An Interview with Kevin Schilbrack Pt. 2

Kevin Schilbrack is a professor in the Philosophy and Religion Department at the University of Western Carolina. His publications include The Future of the Philosophy of Religion (Blackwell, 2013) and contributing editor to the forthcoming, The Blackwell Companion to Religious Diversity (2014). The following … Continue reading

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Realism and ‘Religion’: An Interview with Kevin Schilbrack Pt. 1

Kevin Schilbrack is a professor in the Philosophy and Religion Department at the University of Western Carolina. His publications include The Future of the Philosophy of Religion (Blackwell, 2013) and he is contributing editor to the forthcoming, The Blackwell Companion to … Continue reading

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Jesus in an Age of Neoliberalism: An Interview with James G. Crossley (Part 3 of 3)

(This is the third and final part of a three part interview with James G. Crossley. Part 1 can be found here, and Part 2 here.) Craig Martin: If I might press you on a point I found interesting and … Continue reading

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Jesus in an Age of Neoliberalism: An Interview with James G. Crossley (Part 1 of 3)

I recently interviewed James G. Crossley—with a little help from Philip Tite—about James’ recent book, Jesus in an Age of Neoliberalism: Quests, Scholarship and Ideology (Equinox, 2012). According to the book’s description, it “analyses the ideology underpinning scholarly and popular quests … Continue reading

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