This following list features recent publications, sorted alphabetically by faculty name. Click each name for more publications and profile information, or visit the Faculty and Staff page for all profiles.
“Essential Dependence and Genealogical Debunking,” Midwest Studies in Philosophy
“Against Purity,” Ergo: An Open Access Journal of Philosophy
“Grounding and the Myth of Ontological Innocence,” Australasian Journal of Philosophy 99 (2): 303—318.
Beever, J. (Ed). The Horror of Relations: The Dark Side of Interdependence. Lexington Books (Rowman & Littlefield). Forthcoming Fall 2020.
Beever, J., McDaniel R., Stanlick, N. (2018). Understanding Digital Ethics: Cases and Contexts. Routledge.
Beever, J., & Taylor, L. “The Ethics of Public Commenting: Manipulation, Data Risk, and Public Participation in E-Rulemaking.” Bioethics. (forthcoming Fall 2021).
"On Faith/Trust and Confidence in an Alterfactual Sense" in Trumping Truth: Essays on the Destructive Power of "Alternative Facts," edited by Salvador Jiminez Murguia (McFarland, 2019)
“Tracing a Dis/Harmony of the
Spheres” in Finding God in the Devil's Music: Critical Essays on Rock and Religion, edited by Alex DiBlasi and Robert McParland (McFarland, 2019)
“What’s wrong with [normative claims about the self and] morality? or, How can moral psychologists and philosophers get along?,” Syndicate (Wipf & Stock/Cascade Press), 2019.
Syynthese, Special Issue on Medical Knowledge in a Social World (first 7 articles), edited by Bennett Holman, Sven Bernecker, and Luciana Garbayo. Vol 196, no 11.
Ann Gleig, American Dharma: Buddhism Beyond Modernity (Yale University Press, 2019) http://yalebooks.yale.edu/book/9780300215809/american-dharma
"Multiple Buddhisms in Ladakh: Strategic Secularities and Missionaries Fighting Decline,"
co-written with Elizabeth Williams-Oerberg and Brooke Schedneck Religions
"#BuddhistCultureWars: BuddhaBros, Alt-Right Dharma, and Snowflake Sanghas," co-written with Brenna Artinger Journal of Global Buddhism Vol 22: 1(2021)
Derek A Green
Forthcoming "Rules of Belief and the Normativity of Intentional Content." Acta Analytica, 36 (2): 159-69. Link: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs12136-020-00436-y
Forthcoming "Explaining away Kripke's Wittgenstein." Erkenntnis, 21 pp. Official version online: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10670-021-00390-0
2018. "Semantic Knowledge, Semantic Guidance, and Kripke's Wittgenstein." Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 99 (2): 186-206. Link: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/wol1/doi/10.1111/papq.12146/abstract
Bruce B. Janz
African Philosophy and Enactivist Cognition: The Space of Thought. Bloomsbury Publishing.
"Conversational Thinking, Logic, and the Making of Meaning” in Arumaruka: Journal of Conversational Thinking. 1:2 (2021): 106-123.
"Mysticism, Wonder, and Cognition". On Hugh Gash's “Constructivism and Mystical Experience” in Constructivist Foundations.
Kuang, Lanlan."Staging China: 'China-scapes' and the Dunhuang Performative Narratives" in Selected and Translated Essays from the 2017 Belt and Road International Symposium on Cultural and Art Exchanges and Cooperation. Beijing: Culture and Art Publishing House. 449-457 (December 2018)
Kuang, Lanlan. 2021. “Tides High and Low: The Changing Landscapes of Gongfu Cha Tea Culture in Contemporary China.” The Cultural Politics of Food, Taste, and Identity: A Global Perspective: Cases from Asia, Europe, and the Americas. Edited by Steffan Igor Ayora Diaz. Bloomsbury Academic.
Kuang, Lanlan. 2019. “(Un) consciousness? – Music in the Daoist Context of Nonbeing (wuwei 无為),” Music and Consciousness 2: Worlds, Practices, Modalities, Edited by Ruth Herbert, David Clarke, and Eric Clarke. Oxford University Press.
Shelley M Park
Shelley M. Park, "Uncomfortably Close to Human: Robots and the Neocolonial Politics of Care, Feminist Philosophical Quarterly 8: 3/4 (2022)
Shelley Park, "Normativity and Belonging: Reflections about Critical Adoption Studies," Adoption & Culture 9.2 (2021) 300-307.
Shelley Park, "More than Skin Deep: A Response to 'The Whiteness of AI'" Philosophy and Technology 34 (2021): 1961-1966.
Shrubsole, N. What Has no Place Remains: The Challenges for Indigenous Religious Freedom in Canada Today. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Shrubsole, N. Raising Indigenous Religious Freedom to a Higher Standard: Michael McNally’s Defend the Sacred and the Canadian Legal and Legislative Landscapes. Journal of Law and Religion 37(1) 2022, pp. 182-90
Shrubsole, Nicholas. "The Network of Relationships in Law and Religion." Political Theology Network. The Law, Religion, and Paradoxes of Sovereignty Symposium with Dana Lloyd, Spencer Dew, and Méadhbh
McIvor. 8 December 2020, https://politicaltheology.com/the-network-of-relationships-in-law-and-religion/.
Nancy A. Stanlick
Beever, Jonathan, Rudy McDaniel, and Nancy Stanlick, Understanding Digital Ethics: Cases and Contexts, London: Routledge, 2020
Michael Strawser, Spinoza and the Philosophy of Love (Lexington Books, an imprint of Rowman & Littlefield, 2021). Reviewed in International Journal of Philosophical Studies.
“The true Spinoza of Market Street.” Special Issue on “Spinoza's Artes” edited by Moira Gatens and Anthony Uhlmann. Textual Practice 33.5 (2019).
"More Than a Feeling: Kierkegaard’s Redemption of Love." The Religious Existentialists and the Redemption of Feeling. Eds. Anthony Malagon and Abi Doukhan (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2019).
Forthcoming Otto von Busch and Jeanine Viau, eds., Silhouettes of the Soul: Meditations on Fashion, Religion, and Subjectivity (Bloomsbury Academic, forthcoming February 2022)
“‘Everybody Being Themselves Real Hard’ – A Serious Conversation about Theology and Fashion with Linn Tonstad,” The Revealer, Center for Religion and Media at New York University, September 3, 2020, https://therevealer.org/everybody-being-themselves-real-hard-a-serious-conversation-about-theology-and-fashion-with-linn-tonstad/.
Lynn S. Neal. Religion in Vogue: Christianity and Fashion in America. Elizabeth Bucar. Pious Fashion: How Muslim Women Dress. Journal of the American Academy of Religion 89 (1): 372-376, https://doi.org/10.1093/jaarel/lfab021. Book review, National.
Cyrus Ali Zargar
“Sober in Mecca, Drunk in Byzantium: Antinomian Space in the Poetry of ʿAṭṭār,” Journal of the American Academy of Religion 89:1 (March 2021), pp. 272-297.
“A Daring Obedience: Ibn ʿArabī's Futuwwa on the Right Side of the Law,” Journal of Islamic Ethics 4:1 (December 2020), pp. 38–65.