Starting tomorrow and stretching through the end of the month, we are breaking with routine at The Discarded Image and ending the year on a small note: micro-reviews. The occasional micro-review graces this space, but we normally prefer to discuss books in some depth. But this time of year especially, we all have places
Next summer, a book I've co-authored with Menachem Wecker, Consider No Evil: Two Faith Traditions and the Problem of Academic Freedom in Religious Higher Education (Cascade Books, 2014) will be released. Summer is a few months off, but I’m sure it will be here before I know it.
It doesn’t take more than a quick look at the dates on our posts to notice a large gap—perhaps the largest yet. For the last month and a half, I’ve only had time for teaching and one writing project—a book. The need for doing things like sleeping and eating—occasionally even showering and shaving—left me
If you are a frequent visitor to this blog, you will notice a significant change, with the most obvious being that of design. The new design offers more structure, more room for social media, and a better use of a featured post-slider at the top. The most important change, however, is that The Discarded