Did you know that the Edge’s own Leslie Dorrough Smith is currently at Leibniz University in Hannover, Germany, giving a talk on her new book Righteous Rhetoric: Sex, Speech, and the Politics of Concerned Women for America.
Want to learn some more about her work? Watch her lecture here.
Religion Dispatches recently interviewed our own Leslie Dorrough Smith on her recently-released book Righteous Rhetoric: Sex, Speech, and the Politics of Concerned Women for America. Take a look at what she had to say here.
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Steven Ramey published “Responding to the Wendy Doniger Controversy: The Problems and Possibilities in the Academic Study of Religion“, a follow-up to his posts (here and here) addressing the responses to Wendy Doniger’s book The Hindus, in the April 2014 edition of the Bulletin for the Study of Religion.
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Day two of the Lehigh University workshop on code switching continues,
with members of Culture on the Edge participating.
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Did you catch this interview, earlier today, with Francesca Marciano, about her new collection of stories, The Other Language? It seems to be all about code switching — at least if we understand code switching as found all across culture.
Give it a listen… Continue reading “The Center’s Edge”