Suffering by Comparison
Prophecy and Power: Muhammad and the Qur'an in Light of Comparison - Muhammad and the Qur’an in the Light of Comparison - Marilyn Robinson Waldman †
Lindsay Jones [+]
The Ohio State University
Lindsay Jones has a broad interest in the methods, theories, histories, and topics associated with the cross-cultural study of religion, along with special concerns for sacred architecture and for the cultures and religions of Mesoamerica. He is author of Twin City Tales: A Hermeneutical Reassessment of Tula and Chíchén Itzá (University Press of Colorado, 1995) and The Hermeneutics of Sacred Architecture:Experience, Interpretation, Comparison (Harvard University Press, 2000) two volumes; and co-editor with Davíd Carrasco and Scott Sessions of Mesoamerica's Classic Heritage:From Teotihuacan to the Aztecs (University Press of Colorado, 1999); and editor-in-chief for the revised second edition of Mircea Eliade's sixteen-volume Encyclopedia of Religion (Macmillan Reference, 2005). Additionally, he is Director of Ohio State's Center for the Study of Religion..
Observations about Marilyn Waldman's comparative preoccupations and the genesis of this book.