Table of contents for Dissent from the homeland : essays after September 11 / edited by Stanley Hauerwas and Frank Lentricchia.


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INTRODUCTORY NOTES
Frank Lentricchia and Stanley Hauerwas
AFTER
Daniel Berrigan
SEVENTY-FIVE YEARS
Robert N. Bellah
THOUGHTS IN THE PRESENCE OF WAR
Wendell Berry
THE WARS LESS KNOWN
Catherine Lutz
THE DIALIECTICS OF DISASTER
Fredric Jameson
SOVEREIGNTY, EMPIRE, CAPITAL, AND TERROR
John Milbank
A MUSLIM TO MUSLIMS: REFLECTIONS AFTER SEPTEMBER 11TH
Vincent J. Cornell
SEPTEMBER 11, 2002, NEW YORK: A PHOTO ESSAY
James Nachtwey
GROUNDZEROLAND
Frank Lentricchia and Jody Mcauliffe
DISPELLING THE "WE" FALLACY FROM THE BODY OF CHRIST: THE TASK OF CATHOLICS IN A TIME OF WAR
Michael J. Baxter
OLD GLORY
Susan Willis
WELCOME TO THE DESERT OF THE REAL!
Slavoj Zizek
SEPTEMBER 11 AND THE CHILDREN OF ABRAHAM
Peter Ochs
L'ESPRIT DU TERRORISME
Jean Baudrillard
OUR GOOD FORTUNE
David James Duncan
JOHN WALKER LINDH
Anne R. Slifkin
SEPTEMBER 11, 2001: A PACIFIST RESPONSE
POSTSCRIPT: SEPTEMBER 11, 2001: A SERMON A YEAR LATER
Stanely Hauerwas
GROUND ZERO, OR, THE IMPLOSION OF CHURCH AND STATE
Srinivas Aravamudan
AFTERWORD: FROM VIRGIN LAND TO GROUND ZERO
Donald E. Pease
 

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