Religious Studies Publications (UMKC)
Items in this collection are the scholarly output of the Center for Religious Studies faculty, staff, and students, either alone or as co-authors, and which may or may not have been published in an alternate format.
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Penitence, Punishment, and Pain: Negotiating Personal Authority in Francis Lathom's The Midnight Bell (Interdisciplinary Doctoral Student Council at the University of Missouri- Kansas City, 2008)Francis Lathom's novel, The Midnight Bell (1798), uses conventional gothic themes of crime, guilt, and punishment to interrogate gender roles and to explore how individuals may conform to, reject, or subvert mechanisms of ...
(Interdisciplinary Doctoral Student Council at the University of Missouri- Kansas City, 2009)his paper explores how, despite an inherited Christian tradition that worked to elevate hearing and denigrate sight in an unofficial hierarchy of the senses, the fifteenth-century English mystic Margery Kempe came to ...
Diverse Struggles to Preserve Tribal Identity on the Plains: Religion as Survival Strategy in the Late Nineteenth Century among the Lakota and Osage (Interdisciplinary Doctoral Student Council at the University of Missouri- Kansas City, 2007)