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Empire from the Margins: Religious Minorities in Canada and the South African War

by Gordon L. Heath Pickwick Publications (November 29, 2017)

At the beginning of the twentieth century, there were a number of smaller religious bodies that sought to develop religious and national identity on the margins--something especially difficult when the nation...

California Dreaming: Society and Culture in the Golden State

by Ronald A. Wells Pickwick Publications (September 11, 2017)

California matters, both as a place and as an idea. What famed historian Kevin Starr has called "the California Dream" is a vital part of American self-understanding. Just as America was meant to be a place...

Postcoloniality, Translation, and the Bible in Africa

by Musa W. Dube & Wafula R. S. Pickwick Publications (July 14, 2017)

This book is critically important for Bible translation theorists, postcolonial scholars, church leaders, and the general public interested in the history, politics, and nature of Bible translation work in Africa....

Walking the Rift: Idealism and Imperialism in East Africa, Alfred Robert Tucker (1890-1911)

by Joan Plubell Mattia Pickwick Publications (May 24, 2017)

The Victorian encounter with Africa contains many micro-narratives that call for a questioning of an old consensus. Tentative assumptions as to the motives of early missionaries and colonial personnel often...

In Counterpoint: Diaspora, Postcoloniality, and Sacramental Theology

by Kristine Suna-Koro Pickwick Publications (May 01, 2017)

What does postcoloniality have to do with sacramentality? How do diasporic lives and imaginaries shape the course of postcolonial sacramental theology? Neither postcolonial theorists nor sacramental theologians...

The Expert's Historian: Otto Hintze and the Nature of Modern Historical Thought

by Leonard S. Smith & R. Guy Erwin Pickwick Publications (March 23, 2017)

"As we hoped, Hintze's further development made him one of the great ones in the discipline. To be sure, he was one of those who was only known in the circle of experts, like a very high mountain in a mountain...

A Nun, a Convent, and the German Occupation of Belgium: Mother Marie Georgine's Diary of World War I

by Rene Kollar Pickwick Publications (December 15, 2016)

World War I has been recorded from many points of view: correspondent, poet, politician, and soldier. Comments from a nun living in a foreign country during the hostilities, however, can provide new insights....

The Religious Origins of Democratic Pluralism: Paul Peter Waldenström and the Politics of the Swedish Awakening 1868-1917

by Mark Safstrom Pickwick Publications (January 06, 2016)

The Religious Origins of Democratic Pluralism focuses on explaining one of the riddles that fascinated historians and political scientists through much of the twentieth century, namely, the origin and development...

The Total Enemy: Six Chapters of a Violent Idea

by Mikkel Thorup Pickwick Publications (February 23, 2015)

The Total Enemy explores the most radicalized forms of enmity, trying to unravel some of its historical and contemporary expressions. Starting from the premise that one of modernity's constitutive values is...