Available here – a good way to end 2014. The book was a pleasure to read, as well as his earlier work in On Diaspora. I anticipate engaging with Barber’s work on the secular in the first chapter of my masters thesis (more on that here in the next few months). Happy New Years everyone,
Robert Zacharias, a postdoc at the University of Waterloo, has written a new book on Russian Mennonite literature. See my review here: http://www.canadianmennonite.org/articles/retelling-story
My longer review of Marion’s book Givenness & Hermeneutics was just published online with Symposium (the journal is now only publishing book reviews online, and not in print). Take a look here.
“Confessions of an Errant Postmodernist, ” a review of For a Church to Come by Peter Blum, Canadian Mennonite, Vol. 17, No. 22 (2013): 32. For a Church to Come, the newest addition to the Polyglossia series published by Herald Press, is a collection of essays full of gems for those who long to see… Continue reading Review of Peter Blum’s “For a Church to Come”
Thanks to the amazing folks at Punctum Books, Dialectics Unbound: On the Possibility of Total Writing is now public, published, and publicized, and available in print and as an open access PDF!
Dialectics Unbound: On the Possibility of Total Writing by Maxwell Kennel FORTHCOMING: Spring 2013 Dialectics Unbound: On the Possibility of Total Writing re-imagines figures of ontological totality, in and out of writing, first by exploring some lineages of the dialectic, and second by engaging thinkers such as Theodor Adorno and his assertion of nonidentity, Julia… Continue reading Dialectics Unbound (Book Page)
Subversive Anabaptism: Revolution and Reformation in The Naked Anabaptist
Coming out in Symposium this Winter. Read in online here!