Carefully analyzing the rhythm of a poem, layer-by-layer, may seem pointless, but it is in fact exactly what our public discourse needs.
What happens when production-consumption meets television?
Consumption is a rhythmic phenomenon.
How should one study rhythm? The nineteenth century answer: “with the help of some pretty strange machines.”
I am currently in Vietnam visiting family and focusing all my attention on getting to know that culture, not on writing blog posts. In my absence, however, Transpositions, the blog associated with the University of Saint Andrews program in Theology, Imagination, and the Arts, has published an article […]
A phenomenology of the paradoxical experience of ideas (in conversation w/ Merleau-Ponty).
My accepted proposal for the AAR Christian spirituality unit re-defines Christian spirituality as synchronization of the body’s rhythms with the movements of the Holy Spirit.
Lent as a caesura of life’s rhythms – today that means a caesura of the rhythms of electronic media.
Why the poetic form might be the best for understanding the shape of Christianity.
What’s going on when we encounter the divine through art and how can we use language to describe the experience?