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M. Gail Hamner

M. Gail Hamner
M. Gail Hamner

Professor M. Gail Hamner specializes in religion and culture and teaches at the intersections of continental philosophy, feminist and gender theories, and media/film theory. She is the author of American Pragmatism: A Religious Genealogy (Oxford: 2002) and Religion and Film: The Politics of Nostalgia (Palgrave: 2012) and is currently working on a manuscript that rethinks the public sphere and the place of religion within the public sphere in light of our intensely hyperlinked and socially mediated world.

 

Research Interests: continental philosophy, feminist and gender theories, film theory

 

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