Gender Studies

Body Erotic – John Boswell’s History Of Eurochristian Sexuality And The Case For Transcendental Somatics, Part 1 (Kieryn Wurts)

The following is the first of a three-part series. John Boswell in Historical, Social, and Political Context John Boswell (1947-94) was a Yale philologist who published two major studies betweeen 1980 and 1994 which, considered together, constitute an extended and significant study in the history of so-called “Eurochristian” sexuality.[1] Christianity, Social Tolerance, and Homosexuality (1980) […]

Indigenous Religions

Introducing Spirit/Dance – Social Justice And Reconstructed Spiritual Practices, Part 3 (Joshua Hall)

The following is the last of a three-part series.The first can be found here, the second here. Concluding Clarifications Understandable fears to the contrary notwithstanding, a cult, by definition, is centered around the figure of a single charismatic leader, whereas the whole point of Spirit/Dance is to empower a maximal number of people to autonomously create […]