By Tom Thatcher
Essential interpreting for students and scholars attracted to sociology and biblical studies
In this assortment students of biblical texts and rabbinics interact the paintings of Barry Schwartz, Professor Emeritus within the division of Sociology on the collage of Georgia. Schwartz offers an introductory essay at the learn of collective reminiscence. Articles that stick to combine his paintings into the examine of early Jewish and Christian texts. the quantity concludes with a reaction from Schwartz that maintains this hot and fruitful discussion among fields.
- Articles that combine the research of collective reminiscence and social psychology into non secular studies
- Essays from Barry Schwartz
- Theories utilized instead of left as summary principles
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Memory and Identity in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity: A Conversation with Barry Schwartz by Tom Thatcher