Ira chernus. Ira Chernus surveys the evolution of this powerful idea from the. Most Americans can recite the names of famous generals and historic battles. Some can also name champions of nonviolence like Martin Luther King Jr., or recall the struggles for peace and justice that run like a thread through U.S. history. But little attention is paid to the ...

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Ira Chernus began his academic career studying the history of religions, in particular the history of Judaism, with special emphasis on rabbinic Judaism and Jewish mysticism (the subject of his doctoral dissertation).

Our Reigning Political Puppets, Dancing to Invisible Strings. Ron Unz. • 938 Comments. A Collection of Interesting, Important, and Controversial Perspectives Largely Excluded from the American Mainstream Media.Ira Chernus is a professor emeritus of religious studies at the University of Colorado and author of MythicAmerica: Essays. He blogs at mythicamerica.us, hosted by History News Network.

On this Martin Luther King Day, TomDispatch regular Ira Chernus takes a deep, dark look into what fear does to Americans and Israelis alike and the ways in which it drives us all. Tom. Martin Luther King's Legacy and Israel's Future Stepping Beyond Fear By Ira ChernusAmerican Nonviolence: The History of An Idea. By Ira Chernus. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 2004. xiv + 234 pages. $20.00 (paper). Published online by Cambridge University Press: 18 March 2013. John Sniegocki.school of the undivine. support KtB. believer, bewareOpen Document. In the article, "Cheer up, it's just the end of the world" by Ira Chernus, the author argues that there are two apocalypse's that doom our world today but are ignored by politics. He state that a nuclear apocalypse as well another apocalypse know as environmental extinction are still in today problems.Ira Chernus, Apocalypse Management: Eisenhower and the Discourse of National Insecurity, ( Stanford University Press, 2008) The table of contents, with links to the full text, is at the bottom of this page. Here is a brief overview: "By mid-1955, Eisenhower had achieved what Blanche Wiesen Cook sees as his true legacy: "Eisenhower introduced all the elments of detente while he pursued all the ...Dear Mexican: I've heard that the Tijuana donkey show featuring a female whore is not real other than the fact that they do bring out a donkey and do some simulation for people who are drunk. Down-Low Loco Dear Gabacho: You’re right. And after months of research, the Mexican can confirm the full history of donkey shows, the supposed …In 2016, a survey showed that 52 percent of the British public thought that Apollo missions were faked. Skepticism is highest among those who were too young to see it live on TV: 73 percent of aged 25-34 believe we didn’t land on the moon, compared to 38 percent of those aged 55 or more. These numbers seem to be rising every year.Longtime TomDispatch regular Ira Chernus, who last wrote for this site five-and-a-half years ago, returns from retirement to discuss his drag-queen son and our growing world of gender-blending. On this subject, let me not act knowledgeable. I'm anything but "woke.". I'm an old guy and an editor who's found himself stumbling over the ...Ira Chernus is Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder and author of "Apocalypse Management: Eisenhower and the Discourse of National Insecurity" (Stanford, 2008).Ira Chernus is a professor of religious studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder, and a writer for History News Service. [Ira Chernus, Religious Studies Department, Box 292, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO 80309. Telephone: 303-492-6169. Fax: 303-735-2080. E-mail: [email protected]]

Ira Chernus, Obama Trapped by Myth Posted on January 20, 2011 January 20, 2011 In New York City, my hometown, as in so many cities across the country, a hard-pressed local government and a desperate transit authority are cutting back on services while hiking prices for a deteriorating subway and bus system.Ira Chernus. Articles From This Author. Sexism. Tear Down the Gender Dam. By Ira Chernus Jan 25, 2023. The Middle East. America's New Vietnam in the Middle East. By Ira Chernus Feb 2, 2016.Jun 25, 2009 · Ira Chernus, West Bank Settler Violence and the Path to Peace. The American media in its 24/7 half-life tends to turn the surprises of history, large and small, into flood-tide events. They sweep over us, offering a kind of news satiation that leads quickly enough to forgetfulness — as the media moves on. And then the subjects of the news are ...

Ira Chernus PROFESSOR OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER SYLLABUS RLST 5030, sec. 002 Fall, 2006 Seminar in the Academic Study of Religion: Prof. Ira Chernus Topics: American Civil Religions This course will: 1.

Ira Chernus PROFESSOR OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER. THE PEACE PROCESS, AUGUST, 1998 "The current [Israeli-Palestinian] 'peace process' is far from having anything to do with making peace. The sides today relate to it more like seeking a divorce.

A Shuddering Dawn: Religious Studies and the Nuclear Age, edited by Ira Chernus and Edward T. Linenthal, (Albany: SUNY Press), 1989. Nuclear Madness: Religion and the Psychology of the Nuclear Age (Albany: SUNY Press), 1991. General Eisenhower: Ideology and Discourse (EastLansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, 2002) Ira Chernus (born October 29, 1946) is a journalist, author, and Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder. He received his Ph.D. in Religion from Temple University , specializing in the history of rabbinic Judaism.Ira Chernus is Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Having written extensively on Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower and George W. Bush, he is now writing a book tentatively titled "Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Origins of the National Insecurity State." He can be contacted at [email protected] Chernus PROFESSOR OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER. OLD HANUKKAH STORY IRRELEVANT AND DANGEROUS Every Jewish child learns the same Hanukkah story that I learned long ago. When the land of Judah was occupied by a foreign emperor and his army, a tiny band of courageous freedom-fighters resisted. Though far outnumbered by ...

She forces her audience to question everything about life-and themselves. “Fourth, a living myth gives the people who accept it a way to cope with the difficulties of life” (pp.1) This quote really gives the word “myth” a definition. This quote summarized what Chernus is trying to say about American myths.Buy Mysticism in Rabbinic Judaism by Ira Chernus online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $138.92. Shop now.Chernus, Ira. Mysticism in Rabbinic Judaism: Studies in the History of Midrash, Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 1982.https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110852066An individual retirement account (IRA) is an investment vehicle you can use to designate funds for retirement. Types of IRAs include Roth IRAs, SIMPLE IRAs, traditional IRAs and SEP IRAs. You can choose to put your money into a range of fin...And the Non-Binary and Transgender Folks Among Us, TooIra Chernus Showing 1 - 20 of 20 Picking Up Where FDR Left Off. Democrats Must Beware the Curse of 1972. The Danger of Scaring the Voters. For Mom, Blueberry Pie — and Iraq? Forgotten War, Tragic Peace. Brandishing Nukes-A Self-Defeating Policy. The National Insecurity State.An IRA (individual retirement account) is a tax-advantaged account meant to help you save enough over the long term to be comfortable when you retire. They’re designed with savings and investments in mind, and most employers offer their emp...512251. 3869. After trying to survive through endless bullying and taunts, Mona decides to end it all. On one cold winter night, she travels deep into the woods, in the midst of a horrific thunderstorm, hoping that she would perish and the awful pain would fade away from her miserable li...What do you do when every Fortune 100 company in America has the stated goal of promoting anti-whiteness and replacing their primarily white working force with non-whites, in the name of diversity, inclusion and equity? : “The chief business of the American people is business,” President Calvin Coolidge once said. One hundred years later, …In this thought-provoking consideration of Eisenhower's speech and others leading up to it, Ira Chernus views the "Atoms for Peace" speech, presented to the General Assembly of the United Nations, not merely as a legitimation of American foreign policy but as itself an act of policy. Indeed, he frames the policy in a new interpretation of ...Ira Chernus is Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder where he has taught for 30 years, including a term as Co-Director of the CU Peace and Conflict Studies Program. He received his Ph.D. in Religion from Temple University. Nationally, he was co-chair of the Religion, War, and Peace Group of the American Academy ...A K-1 income report is used to report investments in a partnership. If you have an IRA, you may receive a K-1 if your IRA invests in a partnership. Your IRA investment manager will issue a K-1 that will show your unrelated business taxable ...by Ira Chernus. Write a review. How customer reviews and ratings work See All Buying Options. Sign in to filter reviews 7 total ratings, 3 with reviews There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. From the United States ...The blogger, Ira Chernus, is Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder and author of Apocalypse Management: Eisenhower and the Discourse of National Insecurity.For eight years President Dwight Eisenhower claimed to pursue peace and national security. Yet his policies entrenched the United States in a seemingly permanent cold war, a spiraling nuclear arms race, and a deepening state of national insecurity. Ira Chernus uncovers the key to this paradox in Eisenhower's unwavering commitment to a consistent way of talking, in private as well as in public ...Ira Chernus, GWOT, R.I.P. On Monday, Secretary of Defense Robert Gates announced his version of the new Pentagon budget. Looked at one way, his suggested changes were significant, even startling given how deeply the giant armament companies have embedded themselves and their new generations of weaponry in the American landscape (and so in ...Nov 9, 2010 · Still, despite the look of things, despite the rightward drift in both Israel and the United States, there are unexpected undertows in both places, which make politics in Washington and Tel Aviv (and let’s not forget Ramallah) remarkably unpredictable, as TomDispatch regular Ira Chernus explains. Ira Chernus's MythicAmerica MythicAmerica explores the mythic dimension of American political culture, past, present, and future. The blogger, Ira Chernus, is Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder and author of Apocalypse Management: Eisenhower and the Discourse of National Insecurity .

IRA CHERNUS Y EL PECADO ORIGINAL. Posted in Imperialismo norteamericano, tagged Estados Unidos, Historia de Estados Unidos, Imperialismo norteamericano, Ira Chernus, Teología imperialista on 14 septiembre 2008| 4 Comments »As another 9/11 anniversary comes and goes, many questions surrounding the events remained unanswered. MintPress brings you a freshly updated article, originally published in May, 2019 that seeks answers to some of those questions. NEW YORK — For nearly two decades, one of the most overlooked and little known arrestsmade in the …Ira Chernus is professor of religious studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder. In this book he seeks to provide an overview of the intellectual tradition of nonviolence in the United States emphasizing the “logical argu-ments for principled nonviolence” (ix). He is not primarily concerned with analysis of social movements or with providing extensive …SUMMARY of Peter Berger, THE SACRED CANOPY Ira Chernus PROFESSOR OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER Chapter 1: Religion and World-Construction Chapter 2: Religion and World-Maintenance Chapter 3: The Problem of Theodicy Chapter 5: The Process of Secularization CHAPTER 1: Religion and World-Construction Berger begins his interpretation of religion by observing that very ...I commend Ira Chernus for his thoughtful and courageous longtime stand favoring a fair two-state solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict ("The Six-Day War 50 years later," Daily Camera, June 4).8 For the full text of Eisenhower's speech as well as for an account of the speech's genesis, see Ira Chernus, Eisenhower's Atoms for Peace (College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 2002); on 'Atoms for Peace' also see Kenneth Osgood, Total Cold War: Eisenhower's Secret Propaganda Battle at Home and Abroad (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2008).Frequently bought together. This item: American Nonviolence: The History of an Idea. $1674. +. The Amish: A Concise Introduction (Young Center Books in Anabaptist and Pietist Studies) $1558. +. Demythologizing Celibacy: Practical Wisdom from Christian and Buddhist Monasticism. $1995.One possibility that not a pundit anywhere in the U.S. mainstream is likely to consider at the moment: that next year, for the first time in memory, the U.S. and Israel, as TomDispatch regular and professor of religious studies Ira Chernus suggests, may be genuinely at odds, and that Washington may, at long last, move to put the brakes on ...

Blood and treasure…Aha! the New York Times exclaimed, the president is signaling “a renewed determination to reinsert himself into the Israeli-Palestinian dispute.” “Obama’s recalibration of U.S. Middle East diplomacy is ground-shifting,” Times columnist Roger Cohen reported from Jerusalem.Ira Chernus's 13 research works with 25 citations and 661 reads, including: The Role of Religions in Promoting Non-ViolenceAll the Obama administration's talk about the Palestinians needing to recognize Israel as a Jewish state? Well, last week John Kerry tacked sharply…Perhaps they will have to erect a holocaust museum on every American street corner. Maybe they can solve this acute educational problem by attaching a large and heavy iron Star of David to the back of every millennial. The Forward reports that two-thirds of young Americans didn’t know how many died in the Holocaust.As Israeli Jews were preparing to light their first Hanukkah candle, the Prime Minister of Gaza, Ismael Haniyeh, told a press conference: "We accept a Palestinian state on the borders of 1967…Ira Chernus's MythicAmerica MythicAmerica explores the mythic dimension of American political culture, past, present, and future. The blogger, Ira Chernus, is Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder and author of Apocalypse Management: Eisenhower and the Discourse of National Insecurity . FREDRIC JAMESON'S INTERPRETATION OF POSTMODERNISM. Ira Chernus. Most interpreters of postmodernism assume that there is a clearcut difference between the modern era and the postmodern era. The modern era is the period that began (in western Europe) in the late 17th century and ended some time in the 1960s; the postmodern is the last 30 years or so.Ira Chernus PROFESSOR OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER . Did Bush Say God Told Him To Go To War? Did God tell George W. Bush to strike at Al-Qaeda and Iraq? God only knows. Did Bush say that God told him to strike? We don't know yet, for sure. But we damn well better find out.Jul 22, 2007 · Ira Chernus, Tomdispatch regular and author of Monsters To Destroy, takes a careful look at the leading Democratic candidates for president and raises a few crucial, if largely unasked, questions about the nature of the positions they are taking on the Iraq War. Tom. The Democrats’ Iraqi Dilemma Questions Unasked, Answers Never Volunteered Retired Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder, Ira Chernus (1946-) studied issues of war and peace and U.S. foreign policy from the perspective of a historian of religions. Chernus began his academic career studying the history of religions, in particular the history of Judaism, with special emphasis on the ...Ira Chernus is a TomDispatch regular and Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Read more of his writing about Israel, Palestine, and the U.S. on his blog . To listen to Timothy MacBain’s latest TomCast audio interview in which Chernus discusses the strange, looking-glass world of Israeli-Palestinian ...As Ira Chernus has chronicled in his book Atoms for Peace, the proposal paradoxically grew out of Eisenhower's distaste for arms control. He had launched a nuclear buildup that would increase the ...For eight years President Dwight Eisenhower claimed to pursue peace and national security. Yet his policies entrenched the United States in a seemingly permanent cold war, a spiraling nuclear arms race, and a deepening state of national insecurity. Ira Chernus uncovers the key to this paradox in Eisenhower's unwavering commitment to a consistent way of talking, in private as well as in public ...[Ira Chernus is Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder.] Every year, apologists for Israel's occupation of Palestine eagerly await Martin Luther King Day.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Monsters to Destroy : The Neoconservative War on Terror and Sin by Ira Chernus (2006, Perfect) at the ...By Ira Chernus. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 2004. xiv + 234 pages. $20.00 (paper). - Volume 35 Issue 1. Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites.Ira Chernus is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder. He is co-author of A Shuddering Dawn: Religious Studies and the Nuclear Age with Edward Tabor Linenthal, also published by SUNY Press.

Ira Chernus has created one of the first detailed studies of the ideology and rhetoric of a U.S. leader in the formative years of the Cold War, showing how words and ideas fostered a conservative culture of nationalism and fear. Eisenhower's use of language fulfilled consciously manipulative ends while also reflecting sincerely held ideas.

Open Document. In the article, "Cheer up, it's just the end of the world" by Ira Chernus, the author argues that there are two apocalypse's that doom our world today but are ignored by politics. He state that a nuclear apocalypse as well another apocalypse know as environmental extinction are still in today problems.

CHERNUS on Israel, Palestine, and the U.S. I invite you to visit my new blog, MythicAmerica.us. It takes on a whole range of mythic foundations of U.S. political culture. This blog contains only my writings on Israel, Palestine, and U.S. involvement in the Mideast conflict. I’ve been a Jewish peace activist for over 30 years — teaching ... Ira Chernus: A Jewish Response to the Tragedy. A JEWISH RESPONSE TO THE TRAGEDY. In 1938, in Germany, the great rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel rose to speak about the Nazis. Surprisingly, the rabbi did not point the finger of blame. He did not speak of the horrors that "they" were committing. He spoke in the first person plural: "We have …Ira Chernus INTRODUCTION There is growing pressure on Israel, from around the world, to stop expanding Jewish settlements in the West Bank, end its military occupation of the West Bank, and ease its tight grip on the Gaza Strip. Palestinian leaders are nearly unanimous in saying that these steps would quickly paveFREDRIC JAMESON'S INTERPRETATION OF POSTMODERNISM. Ira Chernus. Most interpreters of postmodernism assume that there is a clearcut difference between the modern era and the postmodern era. The modern era is the period that began (in western Europe) in the late 17th century and ended some time in the 1960s; the postmodern is the last 30 years or so.And the Non-Binary and Transgender Folks Among Us, TooIra Chernus, a TomDispatch regular, is professor of religious studies at the University of Colorado Boulder and author of the online "MythicAmerica: Essays." He blogs at MythicAmerica.us . Share this article ×By Ira Chernus | The Longmont Leader Verified The Longmont Leader accepts contributions, photos, letters to the editor, or LTEs, and op-eds for publication from community members, business leaders and public officials on local topics. Ira Chernus; As the economic crisis ripples through the world, some liberal commentators say that the only solution to it is a globalized New Deal. That's a fine idea if it globalizes the heart of the domestic New Deal: the promise of protecting everyone from the threat of abject poverty. U.S. foreign policy has never done that before.

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