Bibliography

Publications by René Girard:

  1. Evolution and Conversion: Dialogues on the Origins of Culture (Bloomsbury Reve- lations) (Bloomsbury Academic, 2017).
  2. The One By Whom Scandal Comes, trans. by Malcolm B. DeBevoise (Michigan State University Press, 2014).
  3. When These Things Begin: Conversations with Michel Treguer, trans. by Trevor Cribben Merrill (Michigan State University Press, 2014).
  4. Anorexia and Mimetic Desire (Breakthroughs in Mimetic Theory) (Michigan State University Press, 2013).
  5. Resurrection from the Underground: Feodor Dostoevsky, trans. by James G. Williams (Michigan State University Press, 2012).
  6. Mimesis and Theory: Essays on Literature and Criticism, 1953-2005, ed. by Robert Doran (Stanford University Press, 2011).
  7. Sacrifice (Breakthroughs in Mimetic Theory) (Michigan State University Press, 2011).
  8. Battling to the End: Conversations with Benoît Chantre, (Michigan State University Press, 2009).
  9. Oedipus Unbound: Selected Writings on Rivalry and Desire, ed. by Mark R. An- spach (Stanford University Press, 2004).
  10. Theater Of Envy: William Shakespeare (Carthage reprint) (St. Augustines Press, 2004).
  11. I See Satan Fall Like Lightning, trans. by James G. Williams (2001, Orbis Press).
  12. The Girard Reader, ed. James G. Williams (Crossroad Herder, 1996).
  13. The Scapegoat, trans. by Yvonne Freccero (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1989).
  14. To Double Business Bound: Essays on Literature, Mimesis and Anthropology (JohnsHopkins University Press, 1988).
  15. Things Hidden from the Foundations of the World, with Stephen Bann (Stanford University Press, 1987).
  16. Job: The Victim of His People, trans. by Yvonne Freccero (Stanford University Press, 1987).
  17. Violence and the Sacred, trans. by Patrick Gregory (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1979).
  18. Deceit, Desire and the Novel: Self and Other in Literary Structure, trans. by Yvonne Freccero (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1976).

2018 Conference: “Accepting the Invitation to the “Beloved Community’:

Dr. Martin King Luther, Jr.:

  1. Strength to Love (Fortress Press, 2010).
  2. Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community? (Beacon Press, 2010).
  3. Stride Toward Freedom: The Montgomery Story (Beacon Press, 2010).
  4. A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches (HarperOne, 2003).
  5. Why We Can’t Wait (Signet, 2000).
  6. The Measure of a Man (Martino Fine Books, 2013).
  7. I Have a Dream/ Also Letter from Birmingham Jail (Perfection Learning, 1990).

 Dr. Forrest E. Harris, Sr. President of American Baptist College:

  1. Survival of a Whole People: The Meaning of the African American Church (Townsend Press, 1998).
  2. What does it mean to be Black and Christian? Pulpit, Pew, and Academy in Dialogue (Townsend Press, 1996).
  3. Ministry for Social Crisis: Theology and Praxis in the Black Church Tradition, (Mercer University Press, 1993).
  4. “Pursuing American Racial Justice and a Politically and Theologically Informed Praxis,” Post-Racialism and Conflicted Churches in the United States and South Africa, Editors, R. Drew Smith, William Ackah, Anthony G. Reddie (University Press of Mississippi, 2015).
  5. “The Children Have Come to Birth: The Black church’s Theological Response for Survival and Quality of Life,” Walk Together Children, Black and Womanist Theologies, Church and Theological Education, Dwight N. Hopkins and Linda E. Thomas, Editors, Cascade Books: Oregon, 2010, pp. 27-41.
  6. “The Black Church and the Moral Life,” National Baptist Congress of Christian Education, Adult Study Guide, 2008/2009, pg. 12.
  7. “The African American Pastor as Theologian,” The National Baptist Voice, National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc., Winter Edition, 2004, pg. 18.
  8. “World Religions and the Public Face of God,” The National Baptist Voice, National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc., Summer Edition 2003, pg. 28
  9. “The Task for Every Christian,” The National Baptist Voice, National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc., Spring Edition, 2002, pg. 17.
  10. “South Africa Beyond Apartheid,” The Journal of Intergoup Relations, The National Association of Human Rights Workers, 21/3, Fall (1993): pg. 10.
  11. “What Does It mean to be Black and Christian?” Black Theology: A Documentary History: 1980–1992, James Cone and Gayraud Wilmore, Editors (Orbis Press, 1992) pp. 160-174.
  12. “The Black Church’s Influence on Dietrich Bonhoeffer,” Journey Films, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Broadcast of the Film Bonhoeffer, PBS, Stations Nationwide, February 2006.

The Rev. Dr. Theophus “Thee” Smith:

  1. Conjuring Culture: Biblical Formations of Black America (Religion in America) (Oxford University Press, 1995).
  2. Curing Violence, edited with Mark Wallace (Polebridge Press, 1994).
  3. “Vengeance is Never Enough: Alternative Visions of Justice,” in Roads to Reconciliation: Conflict and Dialogue in the Twenty-First Century; eds. Amy Benson Brown and Karen M. Poremski; Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, 2004; pp. 35-51. Proceedings of the 2001 Emory Year of Reconciliation Symposium.
  4. “Working the Spirits: The Will-to-Transformation in African American Vernacular Art,” in Souls Grown Deep: African American Vernacular Art, Vol. 2; eds. William Arnett, Paul Arnett, Lowery Sims; Atlanta: Tinwood Books, 2001; pp. 46-63.
  5. “Howard Thurman” in A New Handbook of Christian Theologians; eds. Donald Musser, Joseph Price; Nashville: Abingdon, 1996, pp. 440-48.
  6. “Spirituality” in Encyclopedia of African-American Culture & History. Jack Salzman, David Smith, Cornel West, eds. NY: Simon & Schuster Macmillan, 1996, p. 2549.
  7. “Ethnography-as-Theology: Inscribing the African American Sacred Story,” in Theology Without Foundations: Religious Practice and the Future of Theological Truth; eds. Stanley Hauerwas, Nancey Murphy, Mark Nation; Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1994, pp. 117-139.
  8. “After Teaching: Wisdom” in Against the Grain: New Approaches to Professional Ethics; ed. Michael Goldberg. Valley Forge, Penn., Trinity Press International, 1993: pp. 97-122.
  9. “From Cure of Souls to Curing Culture: The Prospect for Ritual Leadership in the Black Religious Tradition.” Virginia Seminary Journal XLV:1 (April 1993): 2-12.
  10. “The Spirituality of Afro-American Traditions” in Christian Spirituality: Post-Reformation and Modern. Series: World Spirituality: An Encyclopedic History of the Religious Quest, Vol. 18; eds. Louis Dupre & Don E. Saliers; NY: Crossroad, 1989: pp. 372-414.
  11. “W/Riting Black Theology,” Forum 5:4 (December 1989): 41-70; Journal of Westar Institute (Sonoma, Calif.).
  12. “A Phenomenological Note: Black Religion as Christian Conjuration,” Journal of the Interdenominational Theological Center, XI:I (Fall 1983): 1-18.
  13. “African Spirituality—Ecstasy and Freedom,” The Berkeley Graduate (April 1981): 1, 6.

Becca Stevens, Founder and President of Thistle Farms:

  1. Love Heals (Thomas Nelson, 2017).
  2. Letters from the Farm: A Simple Path for a Deeper Spiritual Life (Morehouse Publishing, 2015).
  3. The Way of Tea and Justice: Rescuing the World’s Favorite Beverage from Its Violent History (Jericho Books; Reprint edition, 2015).
  4. Snake Oil: The Art of Healing and Truth-Telling (Jericho Books, 2014).
  5. Walking Bible Study: The Path of Love (Walking Bible Studies) (Abingdon Press, 2010)
  6. Walking Bible Study: The Path of Justice (Walking Bible Studies)
  7. (Abingdon Press, 2010).
  8. Walking Bible Study: The Path of Peace (Walking Bible Studies) (Abingdon Press, 2010).
  9. Funeral for a Stranger: Thoughts on Life and Love (Abingdon Press, 2009).
  10. Hither & Yon: A Travel Guide for the Spiritual Journey (Dimensions for Living, 2007).
  11. Sanctuary: Unexpected Places Where God Found Me (Dimensions for Living, 2005).

The Women of Magdalene Community and Becca Stevens:

  1. Find Your Way Home: Words from the Street, Wisdom from the Heart (Abingdon Press, 2008).

Rev. Jeannie Alexander, Director of No Exceptions Prison Collective:

  1. Folklore (Upcoming)
  2. “Tearing Down the Temple to Rebuild the Kingdom,” And the Criminals with Him: Essays in Honor of Will D. Campbell and All the Reconciled, edited by Will D. Campbell (Wipf & Stock Pub, 2012).
  3. “Freedom Out of Bondage: the Baptism of Walter Pride,”
  4. And the Criminals with Him: Essays in Honor of Will D. Campbell and All the Reconciled, edited by Will D. Campbell (Wipf & Stock Pub, 2012).

Recommended by No Exceptions Prison Collective:

  1. Michael T. McRay, Where the River Bends: Considering Forgiveness in the Lives of Prisoners )Cascade Books, 2015).
  2. Howard Zehr, Changing Lenses: A New Focus for Crime and Justice (Christian Peace Shelf) 3rd Edition (Herald Press, 2005).
  3. Howard Zehr ,The Little Book of Restorative Justice (The Little Books of Justice & Peacebuilding) (Good Books, 2002).
  4. The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Color Blindness, by Michell Alexander (The New Press, 2012).
  5. Michel Foucault, Discipline & Punish: The Birth of the Prison (Vintage Books (April 25, 1995).
  6. James Gilligan, Preventing Violence (Prospects for Tomorrow) (Thames & Hudson, July 2001).
  7. David Cayley, Expanding Prison: The Crisis in Crime and Punishment and the Search for Alternatives ( House of Anansi Press, 1998).
  8. Will D. Campbell, And the Criminals with Him: Essays in Honor of Will D. Campbell and All the Reconciled (Wipf & Stock Pub, 2012).
  9. Will D. Campbell, Writings on Reconciliation and Resistance (Wipf & Stock Pub, 2010).
  10. Lisa Guenther, Solitary Confinement: Social Death and Its Afterlives (Univ. of Minnesota Press, 2013).
  11. Lee Griffith, The Fall of the Prison: Biblical Perspectives on Prison Abolition (Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co, 1993).
  12. Laura Magnani and Harmon L. Wray, Beyond Prisons: A New Interfaith Paradigm for Our Failed Prison System (Augsburg Fortress Publishers, 2006).
  13. Colin Dayan, The Law Is a White Dog: How Legal Rituals Make and Unmake Persons (Princeton University Press, 2013).
  14. Angela Y. Davis, Are Prisons Obsolete? (Seven Stories Press; Uitgawe and Revised and Updated to Include New Develop and B edition, 2003).
  15. Jeffrey Reiman and Paul Leighton, The Rich Get Richer and the Poor Get Prison: Ideology, Class, and Criminal Justice (Routledge; 10 edition, 2012).
  16.  Tara Herivel and  Paul Wright, Prison Nation: The Warehousing of America’s Poor (Routledge, 2003).
  17. Joseph T. Hallinan, Going Up the River: Travels in a Prison Nation (Random House Trade Paperbacks, 2003).
  18. Jonathan Simon, Mass Incarceration on Trial: A Remarkable Court Decision and the Future of Prisons in America (The New Press, 2014).
  19.  Dennis Childs, Slaves of the State: Black Incarceration from the Chain Gang to the Penitentiary (Univ. of Minnesota Press, 2015).
  20. Pippa Holloway, Living in Infamy: Felon Disfranchisement and the History of American Citizenship (Studies in Crime and Public Policy) (Oxford University Press, 2013).

Related to the Conference:

  1. “What Has Happened Since 1973?” And the Criminals with Him: Essays in Honor of Will D. Campbell and All the Reconciled, edited by Will D. Campbell (Wipf & Stock Pub, 2012).
  2. Cynthia Brown and Preston Shipp, “Misjudging: A Reconciliation Story,” And the Criminals with Him: Essays in Honor of Will D. Campbell and All the Reconciled, edited by Will D. Campbell (Wipf & Stock Pub, 2012).
  3. Ibram X. Kendi, Stamped from the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America (Nation Books, 2016).
  4. Winthrop D. Jordan, White Over Black: American Attitudes toward the Negro, 1550-1812 (Published by the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture and the University of North Carolina Press, 2012).
  5. Michael A. Gomez, Exchanging Our Country Marks: The Transformation of African Identities in the Colonial and Antebellum South (The University of North Carolina Press, 1998).

2017 Conference: “We-Centricity: Spiritual Practices for the Common Good”:

  1. Kay Pranis, The Little Book of Circle Processes: A New/Old Approach to Peacemaking, by (Good Books, 2005). A title in The Little Books of Justice and Peacebuilding Series.
  2. Walter Wink, The Human Being: Jesus and the Enigma of the Son of the Man (Augs- burg Books, 2001).
  3. The Practice of the Presence of God: Theology as a Way of Life, ed. by Martin Laird and Sheelah Treflé Hidden, (Routledge, 2016).
  4. Brian D Robinette, “Deceit, Desire, and the Desert: René Girard’s Mimetic Theory in Conversation with Early Monastic Practice,” in Violence, Transformation, and The Sacred: “They shall be called Children of God” ed. Margaret Pfeil and Tobias L. Winright (Orbis Books, 2011).
  5. Brian D Robinette, Grammars of Resurrection: A Christian Theology of Presence and Absence (Crossroad/Herder, 2009).
  6. Martin Laird, editor with Sheelah Treflé Hidden, The Practice of the Presence of God: Theology as a Way of Life (Routledge, 2016).
  7. Martin Laird, A Sunlit Absence: Silence, Awareness, and Contemplation (Oxford University Press, 2011).
  8. Martin Laird, Gregory of Nyssa and the Grasp of Faith (Oxford University Press, 2007).
  9. Into the Silent Land (Oxford University Press, 2006).

Publications by Theology & Peace Presenters (Previous Years):

James Alison:

  1. Jesus, the Forgiving Victim: Listening for the Unheard Voice (Doers Publishing, 2013).
  2. The Joy of Being Wrong: Original Sin Through Easter Eyes (Crossroads, 1998).
  3. Broken Hearts and New Creations (Crossroads, 2010).
  4. Undergoing God: Dispatches from the Scene of a Break-In (Crossroads, 2006).

Anthony Bartlett (T&P Founder):

  1. Seven Stories: How to Study and Teach the Nonviolent Bible (Hopetime Press, 2017).
  2. Pascal’s Wager: Homelands of Heaven (Hopetime Press, 2014).
  3. Virtually Christian: How Christ Changes Human Meaning and Makes Creation New (O Books, 2011).
  4. Cross Purposes: The Violent Grammar of Christian Atonement (Bloomsbury, 2001).

Richard Beck:

  1. Reviving Old Scratch: Demons and the Devil for Doubters and the Disenchanted (Fortress Press, 2016).
  2. The Slavery of Death (Cascade Books, 2013).
  3. The Authenticity of Faith: The Varieties and Illusions of Religious Experience (Abilene Christian University Press, 2012).
  4. Unclean: Meditations on Purity, Hospitality, and Mortality (Cascade Books, 2011).

Kelly Brown Douglas:

  1. Stand Your Ground: Black Bodies And the Justice of God (Orbis, 2015).
  2. Black Bodies and the Black Church: A Blues Slant (Black Religion/Womanist Thought/Social Justice) (2014).
  3. Sexuality and the Sacred, Second Edition: Sources for Theological Reflection ed. with Marvin M. Ellison (Westminster John Knox Press, 2010).
  4. What’s Faith Got to Do with It?: Black Bodies/Christian Souls (Orbis, 2005).
  5. Sexuality and the Black Church: A Womanist Perspective (Orbis, 1999).
  6. The Black Christ (Bishop Henry McNeal Turner/Sojourner Truth Series in Black Religion) (Orbis, 1993).

Michael Hardin (T&P Founder):

  1. Mimetic Theory and Biblical Interpretation: Reclaiming the Good News of the Gospel (Cascade Companions, 2017).
  2. Reading the Bible with Rene Girard: Conversations With Stephen E. Berry (Create Space Independent Publishing, 2016).
  3. The Jesus Driven Life 2nd edition (Create Space independent Publishing, 2015).
  4. Stricken by God?: Nonviolent Identification and the Victory of Christ, ed. with Brad Jersak (Eerdmans, 2007).

Chris Haw:

  1. From Willow Creek to Sacred Heart: Rekindling My Love for Catholicism (Ave Ma- ria Press, 2012).
  2. Jesus for President: Politics for Ordinary Radicals, with Shane Claiborne (Zonder-van, 2008).

Mark S. Heim:

  1. Saved from Sacrifice: A Theology of the Cross (Eerdmans, 2006).

Cheryl Kirk-Duggan:

  1. Mary Had a Baby: An Advent Bible Study Based on African American Spirituals, with Marilyn E. Thornton (Abingdon Press, 2014).
  2. Wake Up: Hip-Hop, Christianity, and the Black Church, with Marlon F. Hall (Abingdon Press, 2011).
  3. Women and Indigenous Religions (Women and Religion in the World) (Praeger, 2010)
  4. The Africana Bible: Reading Israel’s Scriptures from Africa and the African Diaspra, editor (Fortress Press, 2009).
  5. Violence and Theology (Horizons in Theology) (Abingdon Press, 2006).
  6. Mother Goose, Mother Jones, Mommie Dearest: Biblical Mothers and Their Children (Society of Biblical Literature Semeia Studies) ed. with Tina Pippin (Society of Biblical Literature, 2009).
  7. Misbegotten Anguish: A Theology and Ethics of Violence (Chalice Press, 2001).
  8. Refiner’s Fire – A Religious Engagement with Violence (Fortress Press, 2000).
  9. Exorcizing Evil: A Womanist Perspective on the Spirituals (Bishop Henry McNealTurner/Sojourner Truth Series in Black Religion) (Orbis Books, 1997).!

Brian McLaren:

  1. Everything Must Change: When the World’s Biggest Problems and Jesus’ Good News Collide (Thomas Nelson, 2009).
  2. The Great Spiritual Migration: How the World’s Largest Religion Is Seeking a Better Way to Be Christian (Convergent Books, 2016).
  3. We Make the Road by Walking: A Year-Long Quest for Spiritual Formation, Reorientation, and Activation (Jericho Books, 2015).
  4. Why Did Jesus, Moses, the Buddha, and Mohammed Cross the Road?: Christian Identity in a Multi-Faith World (Jericho Books, 2013).
  5. Naked Spirituality: A Life with God in 12 Simple Words (Harper One, 2012).
  6. A New Kind of Christianity: Ten Questions That Are Transforming the Faith (Harper One, 2011).

Andrew Marr O.S.B.:

  1. Moving and Resting in God’s Desire: A Spirituality of Peace (St. Gregory’s Abbey 2016).
  2. Tools For Peace: The Spiritual Craft of St. Benedict and Rene Girard (iUniverse Inc, 2007).

Andrew J. McKenna:

  1. Violence and Difference: Girard, Derrida, and Deconstruction (University of Illinois Press, 1992).

John Phelan, Jr.:

  1. Doing Theology for the Church Essays in Honor of Klyne Snodgrass (Wipf & Stock Publishers, 2014).
  2. Essential Eschatology: Our Present and Future Hope (IVP Academic, 2013).
  3. The Church in the Postmodern World (Christian Literature Crusade, 2001).

Vern Neufeld Redekop:

  1. Beyond Control: A Mutual Respect Approach to Protest Crowd-Police, and Shirley Pare (Bloomsbury Academic Press, 2010).
  2. From Violence to Blessing: How an Understanding of Deep Rooted Conflict Can Open Paths of Reconciliation (Novalis, 2002).

Julia Marie Robinson:

  1. Race, Religion, and the Pulpit: Rev. Robert L. Bradby and the Making of Urban Detroit (Great Lakes Books Series) (Wayne State University Press, 2015).

Suzanne Ross:

  1. The Wicked Truth (Doers Publishing LLC, 2007).

Preston Shipp:

  1. “What Has Happened Since 1973?” And the Criminals with Him: Essays in Honor of Will D. Campbell and All the Reconciled, edited by Will D. Campbell (Wipf & Stock Pub, 2012).
  2. Cynthia Brown and Preston Shipp, “Misjudging: A Reconciliation Story,” And the Criminals with Him: Essays in Honor of Will D. Campbell and All the Reconciled, edited by Will D. Campbell (Wipf & Stock Pub, 2012).

Angela D. Sims:

  1. Lynched: The Power of Memory in a Culture of Terror (Baylor University Press, 2016).
  2. Womanist Theological Ethics: A Reader (Library of Theological Ethics) ed. with Ka- tie Geneva Cannon and Emilie M. Townes (Westminster John Knox Press, 2011).
  3. Ethical Complications of Lynching: Ida B. Wells’s Interrogation of American Terror (Black Religion/Womanist Thought/Social Justice) (2010).

Willard M. Swartley:

  1. Covenant of Peace: The Missing Peace in New Testament Theology and Ethics (Eerdmans, 2006).
  2. Violence Renounced (Studies in Peace and Scripture) ed. by (Pandora Press U. S., 2000).

James Warren:

  1. Compassion Or Apocalypse?: A Comprehensible Guide to the Thought of René Girard (Christian Alternative, 2013).
  2. Jesus and the Magician (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2016).

Books on Mimetic Theory Published by Michigan University Press:

  1. The Mimetic Brain, by Jean-Michell Oughourlian and Trevor Merrill (2016).
  2. Enigmas of Sacrifice. A Critique of Joseph M. Plummet and the Dublin Insurrection of 2016, by W.J. McCormack (2016).
  3. Conrad’s Shadow: Catastrophe, Mimesis, Theory, by Nidesh Lawtoo (2016).
  4. How We Became Human, by Pierpaolo Antonello and Paul Gifford (2015).
  5. The Barren Sacrifice: An Essay in Political Violence, by Paul Dumouchel, translatedby Mary Baker (2015).
  6. Ressentiment: Reflections on Mimetic Desire, by Stefano Tomeleri (2015).
  7. Mimetic Politics: Dyadic Patterns in Global Politics, by Roberto Farmeti (2015).
  8. Mimesis, Desire, and the Novel: Rene Girard and Literary Criticism, ed. by Pierpaolo Antonello and Heather Webb (2015).
  9. The Prophetic Law: Essays in Judaism, Girardianism, Literary Studies, and the Ethical, by Sandor Goodhart (2014).
  10. The Head Beneath the Altar: Hindu Mythology and the Critique of Sacrifice, by Bri- an Collins (2014).
  11. Intimate Domain: Desire, Trauma and Mimetic Theory, by Martha Reineke (2014).! 97. René Girard’s Mimetic Theory, by Wolfgang Palaver (2013).
  12. Psychopolitics: Conversations with Trevor Cribben Merrill, by Jean-MichelOughourlian (2012).
  13. Mimesis and Science: Empirical Research on Imitation and the Mimetic Theory of Culture and Religion, by Scott R. Garrels (2011).
  14. For René Girard: Essays in Friendship and in Truth (2009).
  15. The Genesis of Desire, by Jean-Michel Oughourlian (2009).! 102.Politics and Apocalypse, ed. by Robert G. Hamerton-Kelly (2007).

Books on Mimetic Theory:

  1. The Theory of Rene Girard: A Very Simple Introduction, by Carly Osborn (2017).
  2. Mimesis and Atonement: René Girard and the Doctrine of Salvation, ed. by Michael Kirwan and Sheelah Treflé Hidden (Bloomsbury Academic, 2016).
  3. René Girard, Unlikely Apologist: Mimetic Theory and Fundamental Theology by Grant Kaplan (University of Notre Dame Press, 2016).
  4. Violence, Desire, and the Sacred, Volume 1: Girard’s Mimetic Theory Across the Disciplines, ed. by Scott Cowdell, Chris Fleming, and Joel Hodge (Bloomsbury Academic, 2014).
  5. Violence, Desire, and the Sacred, Volume 2: René Girard and Sacrifice in Life, Love and Literature, ed. by Scott Cowdell, Chris Fleming, and Joel Hodge (Bloomsbury Academic, 2015).
  6. Mimesis, Movies, and Media: Violence, Desire, and the Sacred, Volume 3, ed. by Scott Cowdell, Chris Fleming, and Joel Hodge (Bloomsbury Academic, 2015).
  7. René Girard and Secular Modernity: Christ, Culture, and Crisis, by Scott Cowdell (University of Notre Dame Press, 2014).
  8. René Girard and Creative Reconciliation, ed. by Thomas Ryba (Lexington Books 2014).
  9. René Girard and Creative Mimesis, ed. by Thomas Ryba (Lexington Books, 2013).! 112. Power, Crowds, Violence and Desire in Elias Canetti and Rene Girard, by Luca Luchesini (Kindle, 2012).
  10. Sacrifice, Scripture, and Substitution: Readings in Ancient Judaism and Christianity, ed. by Ann Astell and Sandor Goodhart (University of Notre Dame Press, 2011).
  11. Sacrifice Unveiled: The True Meaning of Christian Sacrifice, by Robert Daly, S.J. (Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2009).
  12. The Trinitarian Self: The Key to the Puzzle of Violence (Princeton Theological Monograph) by Charles Bellinger (Wipf & Stock Pub, 2008).
  13. Banished from Eden: Original Sin and Evolutionary Theory in the Drama of Salva- tion, by Raymund Schwager, trans. by James G. Williams (Gracewing Publishing, 2006).
  14. The Bible, Violence, and the Sacred: Liberation from the Myth of Sanctioned Vio- lence, by James G. Williams (Wipf & Stock Publishers; Pbk. ed edition, 2007).
  15. Rene Girard and Myth: An Introduction (Theorists of Myth) by Richard Golsan (Routledge, 2002).
  16. The Genealogy of Violence: Reflections on Creation, Freedom, and Evil, by Charles K. Bellinger (Oxford University Press, 2001).
  17. Must There Be Scapegoats? by Raymund Schwager (Herder & Herder, 2000).! 121. Jesus in the Drama of Salvation: Toward a Biblical Doctrine of Redemption, by Raymund Schwager, trans. by James G. Williams and Paul Haddon (The CrossroadPublishing Company, 1999).
  18. Jesus of Nazareth: How He Understood His Life, by Raymund Schwager, trans. by James G. Williams (The Crossroad Publishing Company, 1998).
  19. Sacrificing Commentary: Reading the End of Literature, by Sandor Goodhart (The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996).
  20. The Gospel and the Sacred: Poetics of Violence in Mark, by Robert G. Hamerton-Kelly (Fortress Pr, 1993).
  21. Sacred Violence: Paul’s Hermeneutic of the Cross, by Robert G. Hamerton-Kelly (Fortress Pr, 1991).
  22. Violent Origins, ed. by Robert G. Hamerton-Kelly (Stanford University Press, 1988).! !

Books Related to the Work of Theology & Peace:

  1. Not in God’s Name: Confronting Religious Violence, by Jonathan Sacks (Schocken, 2017).
  2. Between the World And Me, by Ta-Nehesi Coates (Random House, 2015).
  3. Healing the Gospel: A Radical Vision of Grace, Justice And the Cross, by Derek Flood (Cascade Books, 2015).
  4. Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption, by Bryan Stevenson (Spiegel & Grau, 2015).
  5. The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Color Blindness, by Michell Alexander (The New Press, 2012).