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Watchmen, Nostalgia, and Fascism; or, Rorschach Voted Trump (Part 1 of 2)

Written by guest blogger Kathryn Imray. Rorschach is the character I appreciate least in Alan Moore and Dave Gibbon’s Watchmen,* and I begrudgingly included him in my article for the Journal of Religion and Popular Culture on theodicies in Watchmen. To summarize my argument there, Rorschach represents the position that evil, and the suffering it […]

Happy International Open Access Week 2016!

To kick off Open Access Week 2016, we are very excited to announce that in keeping with this year’s theme of taking action to open up research and scholarship, we will be making the Journal of Religion and Popular Culture fully open access for the entire week!   The Journal of Religion and Popular Culture […]