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An Interdisciplinary Journal

Rachel A. Blumenthal, Editor
Kristi Branham, Editor
Gregory A. Robbins, Editor


Quarterly Publication
ISSN 0038-1861
E-ISSN 2161-6302
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An Interdisciplinary Journal

Rachel A. Blumenthal, Editor
Kristi Branham, Editor
Gregory A. Robbins, Editor

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Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal encourages scholars to challenge the fragmentation of modern intellectual life. Since 1968, the journal has featured significant scholarship by leading thinkers from across the academy. Soundings aims to publish articles that open disciplines to each other, promote greater intellectual coherence, and engage readers in broad public and academic conversation.

The journal is affiliated with the Society for the Future of Higher Education, The Society for the Future of Higher Education (SFHE) is an incubator and advocate for ideas, strategies, and pedagogies to lead higher education to a more inclusive, just, and equitable future.

Rachel A. Blumenthal, Menlo School
Kristi Branham, Western Kentucky University
Gregory A. Robbins, University of Denver

Book Review Editor
Raphael Falco, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Editorial Board
Eric Bain-Selbo, Indiana University Kokomo
Jennifer Brinkley, University of West Florida
Robert Caserio, The Pennsylvania State University
Ayesha Chaudhry, The University of British Columbia
Harry F. Dahms, The University of Tennessee
G. Scott Davis, University of Richmond
Allen R. Dunn, The University of Tennessee
Raphael Falco, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Jane Fife, Western Kentucky University
Laurel Fulkerson, The Florida State University
Elizabeth Gish, Western Kentucky University
Anthony Harkins, Western Kentucky University
Scott Herring, Indiana University
David Hoekema, (Chair), Calvin College
Linda Hogan, Trinity College Dublin
Mark Hulsether, The University of Tennessee
Mays Imad, Pima Community College
Christoph Irmscher, Indiana University
Guy Jordan, Western Kentucky University
Ryan Korstange, Middle Tennessee State University
Paul Lauritzen, John Carroll University
Yong Li, Wuhan University
Keith Lloyd, Kent State University at Stark
David McCabe, Colgate University
Meredith McCarroll, Bowdoin College
Jordan Miller, Independent Scholar
Richard B. Miller, University of Chicago
Paul Murphy, Grand Valley State University
Cian O'Driscoll, University of Glasgow
Jeffrey C. Osborne, Murray State University
Mary Papke, The University of Tennessee
Douglas Reichert Powell, Columbia College-Chicago
Michael Ruse, The Florida State University
Alan Singer, Temple University
Nathan Stoltzfus, Florida State University
Nancy Warren, Texas A & M University
George Wilkes, University of Edinburgh
Marla K. Zubel, Western Kentucky University

Past Editor
John Kelsay, The Florida State University

Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal invites essays on topics related to any and all aspects of the human condition, particularly aesthetic, moral, political, economic, scientific, and religious values. We welcome work from a variety of disciplinary and especially interdisciplinary approaches, including the arts, cultural studies, history, literature, philosophy, and religion. Reviews of books, films, and exhibits are also welcome.

To submit a manuscript to the editorial office, please visit and create an author profile. The online system will guide you through the steps to upload your manuscript. General questions can be directed to .

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