Tag Archives: Post-Modernism

2016 Reading Challenge: Book 16

A book written by an author with your initials: There but for the by Ali Smith I read somewhere that Ali Smith is considered a “writer’s writer.” This statement is meant to be a compliment; it means even the snootiest, … Continue reading

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Divergent: Commentary on Religion in American Popular Culture

There are just so many things I want to say about these books…where do I start? I guess I can start with what I loved. The faction system really interested me. You have six: Dauntless (bravery), Erudite (knowledge), Candor (truth), … Continue reading

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Exploring Pottermania: The Post-Modern Sacred in American Mass Culture

Hello everyone! After much delay, here is my narrated powerpoint presentation from my Masters Thesis defense this past spring. I hope you enjoy!

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Exploring Pottermania: Examining Post-Christianity in American Popular Culture

This paper was presented at the PCA/ACA national conference in Washington, D.C. on March 28, 2013. About: This project stemmed out of my love of the Harry Potter series, my interest in popular culture, and an interest in consumer behavior. … Continue reading

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