Welcome to The Graduate Journal of Harvard Divinity School. The journal is a peer-reviewed, student-run publication dedicated to featuring the best of graduate writing in the study of religion.
In our Spring 2021 issue, we are pleased to present the following articles:
"Good Polygamist, Bad Polygamist: Secularism and the Limits of Religious Freedom in Utah's 2020 Decriminalization of Polygamy"
Nicole Carroll, Yale Divinity School
"The Sacred Essence of Copal Incense: Ritual Survival from Postclassic Mesoamerica to Modern Chicanx Communities"
Rebecca Mendoza Nunziato, Harvard Divinity School
"Gallina Sacra: Biopolitical Sovereignty at the National Thanksgiving Turkey Pardon"
David Sievers, Union Theological Seminary
"The Postmodern Quest for Ethics at a Distance: Lyotard and Marion on Social Distancing and the Ethics of the Other"
Shin Young Park, Graduate Theological Union
"Norman Vincent Peale, New Thought, and Disability: Popular Religious Psychology and the Theology of the Mind"
Jon R. Mehlhaus, Union Theological Seminary
"The 'Secular' in Anglophone Scholarship on Premodern Islam"
Aseel Azab-Osman, Brown University
"Interrogating White Masculinity: An Interview with Kristin Kobes Du Mez on Evangelical Networks, Political Power and Public Scholarship"
Interview conducted by Margaret Hamm and Laura Mucha, Harvard Divinity School