© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI: 10.1163/156852911X580892 Religion and the Arts 15 (2011) 587–588 brill.nl/rart RELIGION and the ARTS Notes on Contributors Alan D. Hodder teaches the comparative study of religion and American literature at Hampshire College where he holds the Rosamond Stewardson Taylor Chair of Comparative Religion. He is the author of Emerson’s Rhet- oric of Revelation (Penn State University Press, 1989) and Thoreau’s Ecstatic Witness (Yale University Press, 2001), as well as numerous articles and review essays on early American religion and literature, American Roman- ticism, and Euro-American interest in India and the Far East. He is also the co-editor, with Robert Meagher, of The Epic Voice (Praeger, 2002). Jason A. Kerr is a doctoral candidate in English at Boston College. In 2011 he will complete a dissertation studying the relationship between Milton’s thinking about liberty and his practice of scriptural interpretation. He is a contributing scholar for State of Formation , a blog sponsored by the Journal for Inter-Religious Dialogue , Hebrew College, and Andover Newton Theo- logical School, in conjunction with the Council for a Parliament of the World’s Religions. Simon D. Podmore is British Academy Post Doctoral Fellow in the Oxford University
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Published: Jan 1, 2011
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