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ERIC Number: ED074492
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 247
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Humanities, Religion, and the Arts Tomorrow.
Hunter, Howard, Ed.
Intended as a basic resource in new primary sources for interdisciplinary studies, this book consists of twelve essays on contemporary culture, religion, and the arts. The authors, specialists in the humanities, are concerned with interdisciplinary investigation, including such issues as determining methods of study, methods of validating claims to truth, and the images of "authentic man, his place, and his destiny." The articles are: "Religion and the Arts Tomorrow,""The Virgin and the Dynamo Revisited,""Criticism and the Religious Horizon,""Literature and Religion,""The Twilight of Drama: From Ego to Myth,""Images of the Life of Man in a Sample of Poems,""Painting as Theological Thought,""Picasso's 'Crucifixion,'""Images of Significance in the Cinema,""Emerging Images in Teaching Religion and the Arts,""Mona Lisa and Melchizedek," and "Jerusalem's Wall and Other Perimeters." (Author/DI)
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., 383 Madison Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10017 ($9.00)
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