Karmen MacKendrick

Karmen MacKendrick is a professor of philosophy and an associate chair of the McDevitt Center for Creativity and Innovation at Le Moyne College. Her work in philosophical theology is entangled with several other disciplines, particularly those involved with words, with flesh, or with the pleasures to be taken in both. These preoccupations appear in several books, most recently Divine Enticement: Theological Seductions (Fordham University Press, 2013).

 

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  1. Sexual Disorientations
    Sexual Disorientations brings some of the most recent and significant works of queer theory into conversation with the overlapping fields of biblical, theological and religious studies to explore the deep theological resonances... Learn More
    Published: 7th November 2017
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  2. Sexual Disorientations
    Sexual Disorientations brings some of the most recent and significant works of queer theory into conversation with the overlapping fields of biblical, theological and religious studies to explore the deep theological resonances... Learn More
    Published: 7th November 2017
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  3. Sexual Disorientations
    Sexual Disorientations brings some of the most recent and significant works of queer theory into conversation with the overlapping fields of biblical, theological and religious studies to explore the deep theological resonances... Learn More
    Published: 7th November 2017
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  4. The Matter of Voice
    Voices are material, somatic, and musical. They are also meaningful—they give body to concepts that cannot exist in abstractions. Through explorations of theology, pedagogy, translation, and more, this book works toward reintegrating... Learn More
    Published: 2nd May 2016
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  5. Divine Enticement
    Divine Enticement argues for a reconception of theology and its subject matter as modes of seduction, of both body and mind. Theological language as evocation opens onto rereadings of faith, sacrament, ethics, prayer, and scripture.... Learn More
    Published: 14th November 2012
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  6. Seducing Augustine
    Augustine’s Confessions is a text that seduces. But how often do its readers respond in kind? Here three scholars who share a longstanding fascination with sexuality and Christian discourse attempt to do just that. Where prior... Learn More
    Published: 27th April 2010
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  7. Fragmentation and Memory
    Philosophers have long and skeptically viewed religion as a source of overeasy answers, with a singular, totalizing “God” and the comfort of an immortal soul being the greatest among them. But religious thought has always... Learn More
    Published: 17th November 2008
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  8. Word Made Skin
    Today, body and language are prominent themes throughout philosophy. Each is strange enough on its own; this book asks what sense we might make of them together. Words reach out. Hands pick up books; eyes or fingertips scan text.... Learn More
    Published: 1st December 2004
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