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The Idea of Nature in Disney Animation: From Snow White to WALL-E

by David Whitley

In the second edition of The Idea of Nature in Disney Animation, Whitley updates his 2008 book to reflect recent developments in Disney and Disney-Pixar animation such as the apocalyptic tale of earth's failed...


Beard Fetish in Early Modern England: Sex, Gender, and Registers of Value

by Mark Albert Johnston

Beard Fetish in Early Modern England: Sex, Gender, and Registers of Value uniquely focuses on representations of facial hair for early modern culture and analyzes the role fetish plays in naturalizing categories...


Hans Folz and Print Culture in Late Medieval Germany: The Creation of Popular Discourse

by Caroline Huey

By integrating the different themes across Folz's oeuvre in all its profusion and variety, Huey offers new insights as to the interaction of these themes and to the character of the poet's work overall. She...


Lives of the Sonnet, 1787-1895: Genre, Gender and Criticism

by Marianne Van Remoortel

Tracing the development of the sonnet during intense moments of change and stability, continuity and conflict, from the early Romantic period to the end of the nineteenth century, Marianne Van Remoortel pays...


Female Sexuality and Cultural Degradation in Enlightenment France: Medicine and Literature

by Mary McAlpin

In her study of the literature and medical treatises of Enlightenment France, McAlpin explores the belief that premature puberty in young urban girls signalled an increasing moral and physical degeneration....


Writing Tangier in the Postcolonial Transition: Space and Power in Expatriate and North African Literature

by Michael K. Walonen

In his study of the Tangier expatriate community at the end of the colonial era, Walonen analyses representations of French and Spanish Colonial North Africa by Paul Bowles, Jane Bowles, William Burroughs, Brion...


The Late Victorian Gothic: Mental Science, the Uncanny, and Scenes of Writing

by Hilary Grimes

Examining technological advances, genre and late nineteenth-century mental science, Grimes shows writers' failed attempts to use technology as a way of translating the supernatural at the fin de siècle. She...


Jane Austen's Anglicanism

by Laura Mooneyham White

In her re-examination of Jane Austen's Anglicanism, White suggests that engaging with Austen's world in all its strangeness and remoteness reveals the novelist's intensely different presumptions about the cosmos...


Science and Religious Anthropology: A Spiritually Evocative Naturalist Interpretation of Human Life

by Wesley J. Wildman

Science and Religious Anthropology explores the convergence of the biological sciences, human sciences, and humanities around a spiritually evocative, naturalistic vision of human life. The disciplinary contributions...


Theology, Psychology and the Plural Self

by Léon Turner

Is the human self singular and unified or essentially plural? This book explores the seemingly disparate ways that Christian theology and the secular human sciences have approached this complex question. Through...


Greek Philosophers as Theologians: The Divine Arche

by Adam Drozdek

Concepts of God presented by Greek philosophers were significantly different from the image of the divine of popular religion and indicate a fairly sophisticated theological reflection from the very inception...


Indian Philosophy and the Consequences of Knowledge: Themes in Ethics, Metaphysics and Soteriology

by Chakravarthi Ram-Prasad

This book presents a collection of essays, setting out both the special concern of classical Indian thought and some of its potential contributions to global philosophy. It presents some key arguments made by...


Deaf Liberation Theology

by Hannah Lewis

Deconstructing the theology and practice of the Church, Hannah Lewis shows how the Church unconsciously oppresses Deaf people through its view of them as people who can't hear. Lewis reclaims Deaf perspectives...


First Communion: Ritual, Church and Popular Religious Identity

by Peter McGrail

One of the most carefully prepared liturgies of any Roman Catholic parish's year is the celebration of 'First Communion'. This is the ritual by which seven or eight year old children are admitted to the Eucharist...


W.B. Yeats, Ezra Pound, and the Poetry of Paradise

by Sean Pryor

Emphasizing the interplay of aesthetic forms and religious modes, Sean Pryor's ambitious study takes up the endlessly reiterated longing for paradise that features throughout the works of W. B. Yeats and Ezra...


Literature and Authenticity, 1780-1900: Essays in Honour of Vincent Newey

by Ashley Chantler & Michael Davies

Individually and collectively, these essays establish a new direction for current scholarly thinking about the writing and reading of literature and their relationship with ideas of authority, self-reliance,...


Dionysius the Areopagite and the Neoplatonist Tradition: Despoiling the Hellenes

by Sarah Klitenic Wear & John Dillon

'Dionysius the Areopagite' is arguably one of the most mysterious and intriguing figures to emerge from the late antique world. Writing around 500 CE, and possibly connected with the circle of Severus of Antioch,...


Disguise on the Early Modern English Stage

by Peter Hyland

Disguise devices figure in many early modern English plays and an examination of them clearly affords an important reflection on the growth of early theatre as well as on important aspects of the developing...


The Philosophy of Rabindranath Tagore

by Kalyan Sen Gupta

The Nobel Prize winner, Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) - 'the Indian Goethe', as Albert Schweitzer called him - was not only the foremost poet and playwright of modern India, but one of its most profound and...


Walsingham and the English Imagination

by Gary Waller

Drawing on history, art history, literary criticism and theory, gender studies, theology and psychoanalysis, this interdisciplinary study analyzes the cultural significance of the Shrine of our Lady of Walsingham,...