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Politics of Fear, Practices of Hope (Continuum Studies in Religion and Political Culture) Paperback – January 5, 2012
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"This is an excellent analysis of the myriad ways in which fear stifles political imagination, while hope liberates from apocalyptic fantasy. Skrimshire's book is at once accessible, engaged and learned, and weaves together activist practices with political theology to give an enriched account of each." - Professor Philip Goodchild, University of Nottingham, UK Publication mentioned in Red Pepper, June 2008 [Skrimshire] makes strenuous efforts to signpost and summarise, and the thesis comes complete with enlivening examples.' Alex Danchev, Times Higher Education Supplement, March 2009 "Skrimshire's erudite combination of critical theory, theology, and analysis of current events deftly weaves difficult and diverse materials into a thoughtful, coherent, and insightful work." Religious Studies Review, Vol. 35, No. 4, December 2009
About the Author
Stefan Skrimshire is a postdoctoral research associate in philosophy of religion at The University of Manchester, UK.