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web Contemporary Philosophy, Critical Theory and Postmodern Thought
A very extensive list of links regarding contemporary philosophers. Maintained by Martin Ryder at the University of Colorado at Denver.
•  Postmodernism -- Religious aspects
•  Religion -- Internet guides
web Jacques Derrida Online
This is a very substantial collection of Derrida stuff.
•  Postmodernism -- Religious aspects
web Leonard.Sweet
This is the homepage of Leonard Sweet, professor at Drew University who focuses on Christianity, postmodernism, and the future.
•  Personal home pages and CVs
•  Postmodernism -- Religious aspects
top site web Postmodernism Generator: Communications from Elsewhere
A computer program written by Andrew C. Bulhak, which generates a new meaningless essay in postmodernese for each visitor. Keep hitting the "reload" button for new ones.
•  Postmodernism -- Religious aspects
•  Religion and humor
web Brian McLaren
"Brian D. McLaren is an author, speaker, pastor, and networker among innovative Christian leaders, thinkers, and activists. He is a frequent guest on television, radio, and news media programs. He has appeared on many broadcasts including Larry King Live, Religion and Ethics Newsweekly, and Nightline. His work has also been covered in Time (where he was listed as one of American's 25 most influential evangelicals), Christianity Today, Christian Century, the Washington Post, and many other print media."
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•  McLaren, Brian, 1956-
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•  Postmodernism -- Religious aspects
web Emergent Village
"Emergent Village is a growing, generative friendship among missional Christians seeking to love our world in the Spirit of Jesus Christ. Our dream is to join in the activity of God in the world wherever we are able, partnering with God as God’s dreams for our world come true. In the process, the world can be healed and changed, and so can we."
•  Postmodernism -- Religious aspects
biblio Postmodernism and Christian Theology Bibliography
Edited by Charles Bellinger.
•  Postmodernism -- Religious aspects
•  Theology
ejournal "Toward a Theological Understanding of Postmodernism"
An article by Daniel Adams in CrossCurrents (1997).
•  Postmodernism -- Religious aspects
•  Online Article or Essay
syllab "Theology and Postmodernism"
A 2007 course by Michael Andres at Northwestern College.
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top site etext Postmodernity & the Emerging Church Movement: Reading Room
A large collection of links to Internet resources. Maintained by Arnold Neufeldt-Fast.
•  Postmodernism -- Religious aspects
•  Online Text Collection
ejournal Foucault Studies
"Recognising that Foucault's work is being used productively across the globe and across a whole range of disciplines, the journal invites submissions of material that not only deals with his work directly but also material that critiques, updates and augments his claims across very diverse geographical, disciplinary and historical domains. The journal aims to cover the full breadth of these interests, including power, politics, law, history, social and cultural theory, sexuality, race, religion, gender studies, psychoanalysis, philosophy, geography, architecture, education, health studies, management studies, media studies as well as others."
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web Foucault Circle
"The Foucault Circle is a regular gathering of scholars and educators who share a commitment to the articulation, critical evaluation, development, and use of the thought and work of Michel Foucault (French philosopher, historian, and activist, 1926-1984). We come together in a friendly and informal atmosphere to exchange ideas and projects, and also to encourage the creative appropriation of Foucauldian themes and ideas."
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•  Religion -- Professional societies -- Single author
ejournal International Journal of Zizek Studies
"Launched in January 2007, IJŽS is a peer-reviewed, open access academic journal. As its title unambiguously proclaims, it is devoted to the work of Slavoj Žižek, a Slovenian philosopher/cultural theorist. Despite such predictably caricatured media portrayals as "the Elvis of cultural theory" and "the Marx brother", Žižek has attracted enormous international interest through his application of otherwise esoteric scholarship to contemporary mass culture and politics."
•  Postmodernism -- Religious aspects
•  Online Journal
syllab "Radical Theology from Hegel to Zizek"
A 2009 course by John Caputo at Syracuse University.

•  Postmodernism -- Religious aspects
•  Theology
ejournal "Giorgio Agamben (1942– )"
An article by Catherine Mills in the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

•  Postmodernism -- Religious aspects
syllab Self/Body/Transcendence
A 2013 course by Gail Hamner at Syracuse University.
•  Postmodernism -- Religious aspects
syllab "Michel Foucault"
A 2011 course by Daniel Alvarez at Florida International University.
•  Postmodernism -- Religious aspects
syllab "Beyond Homelessness: Theology in a Postmodern World"
A course by Brian Walsh at Wycliffe College.
•  Postmodernism -- Religious aspects
syllab "Leadership in a Postmodern Culture"
A 2014 course by Ken Schuman at Houston Graduate School of Theology.
•  Postmodernism -- Religious aspects
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