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The Centre for Religion and Political Culture (CRPC)

The Centre for Religion and Political Culture (CRPC)

The following is a selected list of religion published research articles by Professor Graham Ward. Please click here (PDF) if you would like to download a complete list of his articles. For a list of his books please click here.

“To be a Reader: Bunyan and the Language of Scripture,” Literature and Theology, March 1990.
“The Theology of Metonymy,” Modern Theology, July 1991.
“The Theology of Metonymy,” Modern Theology, July 1991.
“A Theology of Culture,” New Blackfriars, February 1993.
“Tragedy as Sub-clause in Steiner and MacKinnon,” Heythrop Journal, July 1993.
“Barth and Postmodernism,” New Blackfriars, December 1993.
“Mimesis and Christology,” Literature and Theology, January 1994.
“Heidegger in Steiner,” in Reading George Steiner, eds. Nathan Scott and Ronald Sharp, John Hopkins University Press, 1994.

“Theology and the Crisis of Representation,” in Literature and Theology at the Century’s End, ed. R. Detweiler, Scholars Press, 1994.
“In the Name of the Father and of the Mother: Inclusive Language after Luce Irigaray,” Literature and Theology, September 1994.

“Beyond Postmodernism,” in Post Secular Philosophy, ed. Philip Blond, Routledge, 1997.
“A Postmodern Reading of Paradise,” Journal of Old Testament Studies, March 1995.
“Sexuality and Divinity: Luce Irigaray on Christ,” Modern Theology: Special Book Edition, April 1996.
“Philosophical Realism and Theological Materialism,” in C. Crowder (ed) God and Truth, Mowbrays, 1996.
“On Time and Salvation: The Eschatology of Emmanuel Levinas,” in Essays on Levinas, ed. Sean Hand, London: Curzon Press, 1996.
“Kenosis and Naming,” in Paul Heelas (ed.) Religion, Modernity, and Postmodernity, Blackwell, 1998.
“The Voice of the Other: Certeau’s God,” in New Blackfriars, November 1996.
“Transcoporeality: the Ontological Scandal,” in The John Ryland’s Bulletin, ed. Grace Jantzen, Manchester University Press, 1998.
“Karl Barth and the Erotics of Redemption,” in Theology and Sexuality, March 1998.
“Allegoria: A Spiritual Exercise,” in Story and Revelation ed. John Barton and Gerhard Sauter, London: Ashgate Press, 2000.

“Bodies,” in Milbank, Pickstock, and Ward (eds.) Radical Orthodoxy: A New Theology: Suspending the Material, Routledge, 1998.

“Theology and Masculinity,” in a special edition of Men’s Studies, Stephen Boyd (ed), July 1999.

“Allegoria: Reading as a Spiritual Exercise,” Modern Theology vol.15 no.3 (July) 1999.
“Barth and Postmodernism,” in John Webster (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Karl Barth, Cambridge University Press, 2000.
“Language and Silence,” in Denys Turner and Oliver Davis (eds.) Silence and the Word, Cambridge University Press, 2002.
“The Church as an Erotic Community,” in Lambert Leijssen and Lieven Boeve (eds.) Sacramental Presence in a Postmodern Context Leuven: Peeters Press, 2001.
“Suffering and Incarnation,” in The Blackwell Companion to Postmodern Theology, Graham Ward (ed.), Blackwell, 2001.
“Questioning God,” in Questioning of God, ed. John D. Caputo, Indiana University Press, 2001.
“Speaking Otherwise,” in Postmodern Philosophy of Religion, ed. Philip Goodchild, Fordham University Press, 2001.
Cambridge University Press, 2003.
“Richard Hooker and the Cultural Politics of Commonwealth,” in Affirming Catholicism (2002).
“Christianity and Cultural Sado-Masochism,” The Journal of Swedish Theology, April 2002.
“Theology and Sexual Difference,” in The Blackwell Companion to Queer Theology, ed. Gerard Loughlin, Blackwell, 2004.
“Karl Barth’s Hegelianism,” in John MacDowell (ed.) Karl Barth in Dialogue, Ashgate, 2004.
“Between Reception and Response: Interpretation and Healing,” in Festschrift for Don Cupitt, ed. Gavin Hyman, Aldershot: Ashgate, 2004.
“Transcendence and Representation” in Regina Schwartz (ed.) Transcendence, Routledge, 2004.
“The Future of Protestantism: Postmodernity,” in Alister McGrath (ed.), The Blackwell Companion to Protestantism, Blackwell, 2003.
“Globalism and Catholicism,” in John N. Clarke and Geoffrey Edwards (eds.) Global Governance in the Twenty-First Century: Dynamics and Contexts of Change. Macmillan, 2004.
“Eros and the Church,” in Wolfgang Palaver (ed.) Passions in Economy, Politics and the Media, Vienna: Lit Verlag, 2005.
“Steiner and Eagleton: Tragedy and the Practice of Hope,” Literature and Theology (Special Issue), January 2005.
“Marx and the Consummation of Religion,” in Creston Davis, John Milbank and Slavoj Zizek (eds.) Theology and the Political: The New Debate, Duke University Press, 2005.
“The Future of Religion,” in Journal of the American Academy of Religion, Spring, 2006.

“A Christian Act,” Chad Pecknold and Randi Rashkover, eds. in Liturgy, Time and the Politics of Redemption, Eerdmans, 2006.
“Narrative and Ethics: The Structures of Believing and the Practices of Hope,” Literature and Theology, December 2006.
“The Logos, the Body and the World,” in Martin Warner and Kevin Vanhoozer (eds), Transcending Boundaries in Philosophy and Theology: Reason, Meaning, and Experience, Ashgate, 2007.
“There is No Sexual Difference,” in Gerard Loughlin (ed.) Queer Theology: Rethinking the Western Body, Blackwell, 2007.
“De Certeau und die Untersuchung des Glaubens,” in Peter Hardt and Klaus von Stosch (eds.), Fuer eine schwacheVernuft? Beitraege zu einer Theologie nach der Postmoderne, Mainz: Gruenwald Verlag, 2007.
“Certeaus Geschichtsschreibung in ihrem jesuitischren Kontext,” in Michel de Certeau: Geschichte-Kultur-Religion, Konstanz: UVK Verlagsgesellschaft, 2007.
“Religion after Democracy,” in James K. Smith (ed.) After Modernity? Secularity, Globalisation and the Re-enchantment of the World, Baylor University Press, 2008.
“Theopoeisis and Christian Praxis,” in Adrian Pabst and Christoph Schneider (eds.) An Encounter between Eastern Orthodoxy and Radical Orthodoxy, Ashgate, 2009.
“Die theologische Äesthetik des Leidens” in Wie kommt Gott in de Welt?, ed. Joachim Valentin, Frankfurt: Verlag der Weltreligionen, 2009.

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