Eagle of Power, Raven of Guilt: Conversations with Langdon Gilkey
by Jeff B. Pool (Berea College)
With a formal response by Kyle Pasewark.
Intelligent Design and Evolution in Conflict
With essays by Darren M. Henson, Richard A. Rosengarten, and Walter H. Mees, Jr.
Red Medicine, Blue Medicine: Pluralism and the Future of Healthcare
by Farr A. Curlin (University of Chicago) and Daniel E. Hall (Duke University, University of Pittsburgh)
With formal responses by Jean Bethke Elshtain and W. Clark Gilpin.
Seeking a Prophet: How Religion Mediates the Relationship between Black America and the U.S. Presidents
by Melissa Harris Lacewell, University of Chicago
With invited responses by John Brehm and Omar McRoberts
Martin Buber's Land of Two Peoples
by Paul Mendes-Flohr, University of Chicago
Notes From the Field: Retrieving the Dead
by Kristin Bloomer, University of Chicago
Sunday! Sunday! Sunday! The Monster Trucks’ Black Sabbath
by Jeremy Biles, University of Chicago
With a formal response by Joseph L. Price.
The Mythology of Self-Imitation in Passing: Race, Gender, and Politics
by Wendy Doniger, University of Chicago
With formal responses by Celia Brickman, Martha Selby, and Catharine Stimpson
The Mother in Heaven and Eve: Models of Femaleness in Early Mormonism
by Susanna Morrill, Lewis & Clark College
With a formal response by Catherine Brekus.
Conjuring Curses and Supplicating Spirits: Baseball's Culture of Superstitions
by Joseph L. Price, Whittier College
With formal responses by Jerry Davich, D. Gregory Sapp, Krista Tippett, and Mark G. Toulouse.
A 'Monkish Virtue' outside the Monastery: On the Social and Civic Value of Humility
by Mary M. Keys, University of Notre Dame
With formal responses by Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung, Michael Foley, and Jennifer Herdt.
Undoing the Mahdiyya: British Colonialism as Religious Reform in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, 1898-1914
by Noah Salomon, University of Chicago Divinity School
With formal responses by Cassie Adcock and Jeremy Walton.
Science in Medieval Jewish Commentaries on the Bible
by James T. Robinson, University of Chicago Divinity School
'A place to go to connect with yourself': A Historical Perspective on Journaling
by Catherine A. Brekus, University of Chicago
With formal responses by Leigh Schmidt and Kathryn Lofton.