Why is Populism Persuasive? Populism as Expression of Religio-Cultural History with the U.S. and U.S. Evangelicals as a Case Study By Marcia Pally Political Theology Published online: 11 Mar 2020 https://doi.org/10.1080/1462317X.2020.1740145 ABSTRACT Introduction Definitions and rubric An American case study American left-populism American right-populism Populism and American evangelicals Concluding thoughts References ABSTRACT Abtract: Populism […]
Mimesis and Sacrifice (Ed., 2019)
This edited volume by an inter-disciplinary and international groups of scholars looks at the ethics of how notions of sacrifice are used in contemporary life, from the military and business to gender relation and politics. Click on image for ordering information.
Commonwealth and Covenant: Economics, Politics, and Theologies of Relationality (2016)
Nominated for the Grawemeyer Award in religion.and selected by the U.N.’s Committee on Education for Justice to be distributed to “educators, academics, policy-makers…throughout the world.” Click on image for ordering information.
The New Evangelicals (2011)
A brief history of American evangelicalism and in-depth interviews of evangelicals who have left the right. Click on image for ordering information.
Writings on Politics
Writings on U.S. populism, evangelicals and populism, Martin Luther King, U.S. elections, Donald Trump, human aggression and politics
Writings on Theologies of Relationality
Writings on covenantal economics and politics, relationality and humanness, relationality and evolution
Writings on Evangelicals
Writings on evangelicals who’ve left the right, the history of American Protestantism, evangelicals and U.S. elections
Selected Books by Marcia Pally
Marcia Pally is the author of several books in the areas of culture, religion, and politics as well as the intersection of culture and language.
About Marcia Pally
Professor Marcia Pally teaches at New York University, at Fordham University, and is an annual guest professor at Humboldt University’s Theology Faculty. In 2019-2020 she was a Fellow and The Center for Theological Inquiry, Princeton. Her research interests are culture, religion, and politics as well as the intersection of culture and language.
Relational Views of Humanness: The Reciprocity of Ontos and Telos By Marcia Pally Studies in Christian Ethics (2019, May 3), pp. 1-11. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0953946819847958 Introduction Neurobiologist Darcia Narvaez, in her award-winning Neurobiology and the Development of Human Morality, suggests that, “To approach eudaimonia or human flourishing, one must have a concept of human nature, a realization of what […]
“Peculiar Relations of Affectability”: Peirce and Royce as resources for the philosophy of Martin Luther King Jr. By Marcia Pally Telos Journal: special edition on Martin Luther King Jr. telos Spring 2018 vol. 2018 no. 182 161-182 doi: 10.3817/0318182161 Ken Johnson, editor This article is about the philosophical and theological groundings of Martin Luther King Jr.’s […]