Beyond “Kaput”: Horace Kallen and Kallenism at The New School for Social Research, by Mark Larrimore
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Mark Larrimore is Associate Professor of Religion at Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts at The New School. He is the author of The Book of Job: A Biography (Princeton University Press, 2013), and editor of (with Kathleen T. Talvacchia and Michael F. Pettinger) Queer Christianities: Lived Religion in Transgressive Forms (New York University Press, 2014), (with Sara Eigen) The German Invention of Race (SUNY Press, 2006), and The Problem of Evil: A Reader (Blackwell, 2000). He is the author of articles in religious studies, comparative ethics, and politics, including, “Kailas beyond World Religions,” in Kailash Yatra, ed. Kevin Bubriski and Abhimanyu Pandey (Penguin, 2018), and “Simone Weil, Friend of Job,” Public Seminar (2016).
Mark Larrimore, “Beyond ‘Kaput’: Horace Kallen and Kallenism at The New School for Social Research,” in “100 Years of Philosophy at the New School,” special issue, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 40:2 (2019), pp. 427–41.