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Center for Modern

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Director of the Humanities Consortium

UCLA


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Pecora - Religion and Modernity in Current Debate - JCRT 4.2

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Vincent P. Pecora
University of California, Los Angeles Vincent P. Pecora is the Director of the Center for Modern and Contemporary Studies and the Director of the Humanities Consortium at UCLA. His work addresses modern literature, intellectual history, and literary theory. His books are: Nations and Identities: Classic Readings (Blackwell Publishers, 2001), an edited anthology of historical documents focused on the various meanings of "national identity" in the West, from the Reformation to the present; Households of the Soul (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997), a study of the household as fact and metaphor in anthropology, literature, and literary theory in the modern period; and Self and Form in Modern Narrative (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1989), an analysis of the rise of modernism in the context of the rationalized society. At present, he is working on a book about the question of religion in modern intellectual life. [an error occurred while processing this directive] [an error occurred while processing this directive] 2003 Vincent P. Pecora. All rights reserved.


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Organized by Vincent P. Pecora, Director, Center for Modern and Contemporary Studies.
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Pecora - Religion and Modernity in Current Debate - JCRT 4.2

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Vincent P. PecoraUniversity of California, Los AngelesVincent P. Pecora is the Director of the Center for Modern and Contemporary Studies and the Director of the Humanities Consortium at UCLA.His work addresses modern literature, intellectual history, and literary theory.His books are: Nations and Identities: Classic Readings (Blackwell Publishers, 2001), an edited anthology of historical documents focused on the various meanings of "national identity" in the West, from the Reformation to the present; Households of the Soul (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997), a study of the household as fact and metaphor in anthropology, literature, and literary theory in the modern period; and Self and Form in Modern Narrative (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1989), an analysis of the rise of modernism in the context of the rationalized society.At present, he is working on a book about the question of religion in modern intellectual life.© 2003 Vincent P. Pecora.All rights reserved.Updated 04/15/03.Feedback.http://jcrt.org/archives/04.2/pecora.shtml


Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory - Issue 4.2 - April 2003

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By Vincent P. Pecora, University of California, Los Angeles.


Taylor & Lambert - The Future of Theory - JCRT 4.2

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We are also tremendously grateful to our contributors for engaging the future of theory: John D. Caputo (Villanova University), Gregory Flaxman (UNC, Chapel Hill), Stephen Nichols (Johns Hopkins University), Vincent Pecora (UCLA), Jean-Michel Rabat (University of Pennsylvania), Avital Ronell (New York University), Craig Saper (University of Central Florida), and Jeffrey Williams (University of Missouri-Columbia).


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