Buddhism and Cinematic Technicity-Consciousness

By Victor Fan ‘Cinematic Imaging and Imagining through the Lens of Buddhism’ (from the latest issue of Paragraph) is one of my ‘test drives’ for a longer and more substantial project that seeks to reconfigure film and media philosophy by…

Palestinian lives matter

By Ronit Lentin When the announcement of the candidacy of Israeli lawmaker and retired general Efraim ‘Effi’ Eitam as director of the Jerusalem Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial was made in November 2020, many Israeli leftists and intellectuals protested, claiming it…

A photograph of the Roman Catholic Church of All Nations, Jerusalem

Introducing Edinburgh Studies in Middle Eastern Christianity

by Deanna Ferree Womack and Philip Michael Forness Series editors Deanna Ferree Womack and Philip Michael Forness introduce our latest Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies series, Edinburgh Studies in Middle Eastern Christianity, centering on historical and contemporary Christian traditions in…

Covenants and Covenanting

By Neil McIntyre This month, The Scottish Historical Review publishes the first of a series of special issues that tackle key themes in Scottish History. ‘Covenants and Covenanting’ will showcase the latest research on the origins, impact and legacies of…