1. Introduction: Critical and Comparative Mysticisms
  2. Nan Goodman
  3. pp. 1-6
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  1. Mysticism and the Politics of Theory
  2. Eleanor Craig, Amy Hollywood
  3. pp. 7-20
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  1. “That Abominable Solitary Vice We Call Theory”: John of the Cross, Queer Critique, and The Virtues of the Solitary Bird
  2. Kris Trujillo
  3. pp. 21-42
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  1. Clearings and Transmissions: Mysticism, Repetition, and Critique
  2. Rachel Smith
  3. pp. 43-52
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  1. Teresa de Jesús: The Contemplative in Action
  2. Bernard McGinn
  3. pp. 53-66
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  1. Mystical Reflections on the Primordial Torah
  2. Zvi Ish-Shalom
  3. pp. 67-82
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  1. Jewish Mystical Influences on a Medieval Ottoman Hagiography
  2. Ahmet Cem Durak
  3. pp. 83-96
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  1. Swift, Ramsay, and “the Cabala, as Masonry Was Call’d in Those Days”
  2. Marsha Keith Schuchard
  3. pp. 97-118
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  1. The Problem of Free Will and Predestination in the Light of Satan’s Justification in Early Sufism
  2. Pavel V. Basharin
  3. pp. 119-138
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  1. Kenosis, Charity, Love: On the Mystical Element in Greco-Judeo-Islamic Thought
  2. Sarah Pessin
  3. pp. 139-152
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  1. Feeling and Wisdom in the Sefer Bahir
  2. Marla Segol
  3. pp. 153-167
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  1. Eyeball Ecstasy: Mystical Ascent through Prayer in the Heikhalot (Halls) of the Zohar
  2. Nathan Wolski
  3. pp. 169-181
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  1. Life and Death by the Book: A Dramatic Reading of Marguerite Porete’s Mirror of Simple Souls
  2. Manuela Ceballos
  3. pp. 183-196
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  1. Two Iberian Cases of Intellectual Mysticism
  2. Michelle M. Hamilton
  3. pp. 197-202
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  1. Visions, Inquisitors, and Challenges to Christian Doctrine in the Later Middle Ages
  2. Janine Larmon Peterson
  3. pp. 203-207
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  1. Reading the Story of Moses and Khidr through the Lens of Islamic Law
  2. Aun Hasan Ali
  3. pp. 209-213
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  1. Mysticism’s Threat to Doctrine
  2. Robert Pasnau
  3. pp. 215-217
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  1. The Politics of Mysticism: Some Jewish Examples
  2. Hartley Lachter
  3. pp. 219-222
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  1. Mystical Traditions Are Political: The Life and Afterlife of Teresa Enríquez
  2. Núria Silleras-Fernández
  3. pp. 223-229
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  1. Did Muslim Mystical Traditions Have a Politics in the Early Modern Ottoman Empire?
  2. John J. Curry
  3. pp. 231-235
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  1. Between Cynicism and Sincerity in the Study of Sufism and Politics
  2. Matthew B. Lynch
  3. pp. 237-240
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  1. The Mystical Politics of Death in Medieval Iberia
  2. Edward L. Holt
  3. pp. 241-246
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  1. The Byzantine Politics of Byzantine Mysticism
  2. Benjamin De Lee
  3. pp. 247-251
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  1. Delimiting “Mediterranean Religion”
  2. Sabahat Adil
  3. pp. 253-257
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  1. “Mediterranean Religions” or Abrahamic Traditions? A Reflection on the Categories of Mediterranean Religion
  2. David John Williams
  3. pp. 259-261
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  1. The Mediterranean and the Dream of Comparative Literature
  2. Kevin Blankinship
  3. pp. 263-267
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  1. The Economics of Ascetic Encounter
  2. Allen Fromherz
  3. pp. 269-271
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