This Thing of Darkness: Perspectives on Evil and Human Wickedness

By Richard Paul Hamilton; Margaret Sönser Breen | Go to book overview

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Margaret Sönser Breen is Associate Professor of English at the University of Connecticut, where she specializes in gay and lesbian literature. She has served as Associate Editor of The International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies and has edited Understanding Evil: An Interdisciplinary Approach (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2003). Her co-edited collection Butler Matters: Judith Butler's Impact on Feminist and Queer Studies will be published by Ashgate in 2004.

Kathy M. Bullough completed her doctoral thesis on the protrayal of Eve, the Virgin Mary, and Mary Magdalen in the art of Rossetti, Burne-Jones, and Watts. She studied at St. Martin's College, Lancaster, UK, where she taught undergraduate courses on Christianity in art and literature.

Deirdre Burke is Subject Coordinator for Religious Studies in the School of Humanities, Languages, and Social Sciences at the University of Wolverhampton, UK. She completed her Ph.D. on “The Holocaust in Education: Teacher and Learner Perspectives” in 1998. Her current research focuses on educational and religious issues related to the Holocaust. Burke's publications include: “Attitudes to Death during the Holocaust: Writings from the Ghettos,” Journal of Beliefs & Values: Studies in Religion and Education, 20, no. 2 (1999):173–183, and “Holocaust Education: Issues of Pedagogy and Content” (2001). In Remembering for the Future: The Holocaust in an Age of Genocide, eds. John K. Roth and Elisabeth Maxwell. London: Macmillan.

Sandeep Singh Chohan is a research student in the Religious Studies Department at the University of Wolverhampton, UK. He is currently conducting his doctoral thesis on “The Role of Exorcism in North Indian Religious Traditions and its Adaptation amongst Hindus, Sikhs, and Muslims in Britain.” Chohan's publications include “The Religious Dimension in the Struggle for Khalistan and its Roots in Sikh History” in the International Journal of Punjab Studies and the forthcoming “Punjabi Religion amongst the South Asian Diaspora in Britain” in South Asians in Diaspora: Histories and Religious Traditions, published by Brill.

David H. Fisher is Professor of Philosophy and a faculty member in the History of Ideas Program at North Central College in Naperville, Illinois. His current work focuses on topics that combine philosophy of law, ethics, aesthetics, and cross-cultural approaches to revenge violence. He is the author of an essay on “Theory” in The

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