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“Masquerade: Scripturalizing Modernities Through Black Flesh”

Pitts Theology Library and the Institute for Signifying Scriptures invite you to a virtual event examining the forthcoming exhibition curated by Dr. Vincent Wimbush, “Masquerade: Scripturalizing Modernities Through Black Flesh,” centered on the roles of race and scripture in the construction, naturalization, and maintenance of […]

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The ISS Book Series will be part of the ISS way of extending and deepening and focusing conversation about issues that matter. The success of the venture will depend on your willingness to contribute. ISS asks all of you to consider contributing to the series. […]

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The Countervailing Dynamics of Sanskritization Strategies and Vernacularizing Practices in Hindu Scriptural Traditions

The Countervailing Dynamics of Sanskritization Strategies and Vernacularizing Practices in Hindu Scriptural Traditions Barbara A. Holdrege, Department of Religious Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara June 2016 In this essay I will interrogate the complex interplay between what Vincent Wimbush has characterized as the “enslaving” […]

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Scripturalizing Here and There

 The Politics of Meaning ——————— A collaborative project on discourse and power ISS is uniquely positioned to facilitate wide-ranging critical social-cultural analysis and commentary. As ongoing collaborative project, “Scripturalizing Here and There” is opportunity for such a compelling project for the times we share. (Focus […]