Fred Turner: Therapeutic Nationalism

Today, the notion that psychotherapy could provide a model for propagandists may seem deeply alien. But by the late 1950s, a substantial number of American intellectuals and government officials understood international relations in essentially interpersonal terms.

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Laurence Ralph: The Politics of Injury

In examining how a community responds to an event, we can get a better sense of their social world, and the problems that affect it. By observing what happens after an instance of violence, in other words, we see that the ways people manage their grief in those occasions are ways injury or death affects communities.

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Lisa Hunt: Gender and Holy Communion

When women became rectors they would be called “mothers.” I hated that. I was never called mother. I never wanted to do the patriarchal “father knows best” model and just add a woman at the head of it.

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