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The latest conversation, 15, in my series on relationality & public policy is now live!

Click here to watch the latest conversation, relationality in the Judaic tradition, in my series on relationality as a framework for public policy

The latest conversation, 13, in my series is live!

Conversation 13, “Relationality in the Judaic Tradition: Covenant,” the latest in my series on relationality as a basis for economic and political policy, is published. Click here

Harvey Cox, Harvard, on Commonwealth and Covenant

“This book advances the discussion in many ways and should not be missed. In her previous writing Marcia Pally has demonstrated her keen insight into the American religious situation. In this well-crafted and highly readable book, Pally has now taken a central principle in the American spiritual heritage, that of the covenant, and related it … Continue reading

Marcia Pally

Marcia Pally

New York University, Fordham University, and annual guest professor at the Theology Faculty of Humboldt University, Berlin. Research interests: religion, culture, and politics and the intersection of language and culture.

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New Release: Commonwealth and Covenant: Economics, Politics, and Theologies of Relationality

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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.”

Mimesis and Sacrifice

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.

America’s New Evangelicals

America's New Evangelicals

The New Evangelicals (2011), a brief history of American evangelicalism and in-depth interviews of evangelicals who have left the right.