Current Contributor: Maria Carson (March 2018)

Maria Carson is a Dissertation Fellow at the Humanities Center at Syracuse University. She is a PhD Candidate in the Religion department at Syracuse University, working on her dissertation about the life, thought, and political activism of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel. Her work blends together cultural studies, affect theory, and Jewish thought and cultural studies. She has an M.A. in Jewish Thought from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, a B.A. in Religious Studies from DePaul University, and a B.F.A. in Theatre Management from The Theatre School at DePaul University.

To read and comment on her posts individually, click on the links below

March 2018:

The Transformational Archive (And Some Thoughts about Bullet Journaling)

Looking for Sylvia Heschel at the Archive 

Touching an “Authentic” Swastika

Time and Authenticity in Visions and Images of Abraham Joshua Heschel