Jason Ā. Josephson Storm

Jason Ānanda Josephson Storm is Professor of Religion and Chair of Science & Technology Studies at Williams College. He is the author of The Invention of Religion in Japan, The Myth of Disenchantment: Magic, Modernity, and the Birth of the Human Sciences, and Metamodernism: The Future of Critical Theory, all published by the University of Chicago Press.

Contributions by Jason Ā. Josephson Storm

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Sunday in the Park with Theory

Jason Ānanda Josephson Storm and Dan Gorman discuss Storm's thoughts about the future of critical theory from his recent book Metamodernism.

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From Static Categories to a River of Theories: "The Myth of Disenchantment"

In a free wheeling conversation, Dr. Jason Josephson-Storm and Dan Gorman discuss the intellectual history of religious studies and the myth that magic is dead.

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The Invention of Religion in Japan

In this interview, Jason Josephson discusses the Japanese appropriation of the modern category of "religion." He first describes how Shinto is typically represented in EuroAmerican religious studies courses. He then describes the various actors and processes (both European and native)...

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