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New Issue: 13.1 Released

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The editors of Political Theology are pleased to announce that the latest issue is now available on the web. Issue 13.1 (January 2012) features a guest editorial by Gerald J. Beyer of St Joseph’s University, Philadelphia who looks at the connections between today’s Occupy Wall Street movement and Poland’s Solidarity trade union movement of the early 1980s, and points to what this new activist turn on issues of social justice could signal for American political life.

The editorial and the reviews section are – as always – open access. The issue also carries articles by Andrew Brower Latz, Thomas A. James, Joseph Ballan, Kristen Tobey and Patrik Hagman. The full table of contents appears below:

 

Table of Contents

Guest Editorial: Solidarity and Occupy Wall Street: A Tale of Two Movements

Gerald John Beyer

 

Articles

Andrew Shanks’ Civil Theology

Andrew Brower Latz

 

Responsibility Ethics and  Postliberalism: Rereading H. Richard Niebuhr’s The Meaning of Revelation

Thomas A. James

 

The Prophethood of Work and the Gospels of The Souls of Black Folk

Joseph Ballan

 

Have We Made Ourselves Inaccessible? Plowshares Disarmament Activists’ Rhetoric of Marginality

Kristen Tobey

 

To Travel in One Place: Openings for a New Asceticims in the Theology of Stanley Hauerwas

Patrik Hagman

 

Book Reviews

Graham Ward, The Politics of Discipleship

David Halliday McIlroy

 

Huebner and York, eds, The Gift of Difference: Radical Orthodoxy, Radical Reformation

Katharine Sarah Moody

 

John Howard Yoder, The War of the Lamb: The Ethics of Nonviolence and Peacemaking

Jordan Daniel Wood

 

Peter J. Leithart, Defending Constantine: The Twilight of an Empire and the Dawn of Christendom

Jason Fout

 

Daniel Bell, Just War as Christian Discipleship: Recentering the Tradition in the Church rather than the State.

Jeremy S Stirm

 

James P. Bailey, Rethinking Poverty: Income, Assets, and the Catholic Social Justice Tradition

Elizabeth Collier

 

Thomas L. Pangle, The Theological Basis of Liberal Modernity in Montesquieu’s Spirit of the Laws

David Halliday McIlroy

 

Giorgio Agamben, et al.  Democracy in What State?

Michael Paul Jimenez

 

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