Vol. 23 Nbr. 3, September 2011
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- The posthumanity of 'the son of man': heroes as postmodern apocalypse.
- Intelligent design creationism and the mechanisms of postmodernity.
- The great mice at Cordoba: de-mythologizing and re-mythologizing religious imagery in David Petersen's Mouse Guard.
- 'What we have here is a failure to communicate': same-sex marriage, evangelicals, and the Canadian news media.
- Torture and the replication of religious iconography at the Abu Ghraib prison: a visual semiotic experiment.
- Islam on the Internet: the Jinn and the objectification of Islam.
- Religious studies and popular fiction: what does Dan Brown have to do with the ivory tower?
- John, Paul, Jorge, and Ringo: Borges, Beatles, and the metaphor of celebrity crucifixion.
- Mortality plays: pain, penance, and admonition in Se7en and saw.
- Blessed are the organized: grassroots democracy in America.
- Locating the past/discovering the present: perspectives on religion, culture, and marginality.
- Christmas: festival of incarnation.
- Christotainment: selling Jesus through popular culture.
- Paranormal America: ghost encounters, UFO sightings, bigfoot hunters, and other curiosities in religion and culture.