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Insurrections: Critical Studies in Religion, Politics, and Culture
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Columbia University Press
16 color and 12 b&w illustrations
Table Of Contents
PreamblePart 1Worlds Within and Worlds WithoutMelbourne NowThe Elementary Forms of Religious LifeArt as ReligionThe Interplay of Coming Out and Going InConsciousnessFrom Joyce to BeuysProduction and ReproductionAxes of BiasA Visit to the Kunstmuseum BaselPart 2The Life and Times of Paddy Jupurrula NelsonEcstatic ProfessionsArt and Adversity: Ian Fairweather and the Solitude of ArtTransplantations: The Art of Simryn GillMy Brother's Keeper: The Art of Susan NorrieHeroic Failure: The Art of Sidney NolanUne Vie Breve, Mais IntenseThe Pare RevisitedA Man of Constant Sorrow: The Existential Art of Colin McCahonPart 3Landscape and Nature Morte: The Art of Paul CezanneArt and the UnspeakableMarina Abramovic and the Shadows of IntersubjectivityExodusMaking It OtherwiseArt and the EverydayThe Work of Art and the Arts of LifeNotesAcknowledgmentsPermissionsIndex
Michael Jackson is Distinguished Professor of World Religions at Harvard Divinity School. He is the author of the prize-winning Paths Toward a Clearing (1989) and At Home in the World (2000). His most recent Columbia University Press books include As Wide as the World Is Wise: Reinventing Philosophical Anthropology (2016) and Harmattan: A Philosophical Fiction (2015). He is also the author of The Wherewithal of Life: Ethics, Migration, and the Question of Well-being (2013); Between One and One Another (2012); and Lifeworlds: Essays in Existential Anthropology (2012).