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After over 22 years of service, we have streamlined our look. Note most recent issues of Wordtrade Reviews.
Reviews before 2017 are archived.

Wordtrade Reviews: Political Journeys, Spotlight #78, October 2020

Wordtrade Reviews: Timeless Life-Worlds, Spotlight #77: September 2020

Wordtrade Reviews: Relevant Cosmos. Spotlight #76: August 2020

Wordtrade Reviews: Decadent Signs. Spotlight #75: July 2020

Wordtrade Reviews: One Step, Three Principles. Spotlight #74: June 2020

Wordtrade Reviews: Hiding Time. Spotlight #73: May 2020

Wordtrade Reviews: Re-Making the Heart of Empire. Spotlight #72: April 2020

Wordtrade Reviews: Finding God. Spotlight #71: March 2020

Spotlight #70: Wordtrade Reviews Excessive Saints on the Nightside of Runes, February 2020

Spotlight #69: Wordtrade Reviews Negative Theologies, January 2020

Spotlight #68: Phases in Spacetime Place-Event, December 2019

Spotlight #67: Collecting Futures in America, November 2019

Spotlight #66: Mapping What We See and Speak, October 2019

Spotlight #65: Write to Dance to Pray a Cosmos, September 2019

Spotlight #64: Storied Lives: How We Say Who We Become, September 2019

Spotlight # 63: Songs of Love, Passion and Empire, August 2019

Spotlight # 62: Gendering Self and Society, August 2019

Spotlight # 61: Sex, Law, Theology and Occult Russia

Spotlight #60: Styling Thought and Story, July 2019

Spotlight #59: Confucius, Spinoza, Rationalism, June 2019 

Spotlight #58: To Aspire Toward Meaningful Considerations/ Nach sinnvollen Überlegungen streben, May 2019

Spotlight #57: Religion as Social Space, May 2019

Spotlight #56: Did You See to Think to Speak? April 2019

Spotlight #55: Our House Bauhaus, April 2019

Spotlight #54: Dreaming Theory as Religion, March 2019

Spotlight #53: History Employs Worth, March 2019

Spotlight #52: New News: How Do We Find Some Trues? February 2019

Spotlight #51: Cultures Enchanted: Transplanting A Psycho-Analysis, February 2019

Spotlight #50: Finding Our Way Between Authorities, January 2019

Spotlight #49: Flourshing for a Human Future, January 2019

Spotlight #48: Who Do You Say I Am? January 2019

Spotlight #47: Who Decides the Cherished? Tastes, Neighbors, Friends, Homes, Selves; January 2019

Spotlight #46: Stumbling through Life by Design & Accident, December 2018

Spotlight #45: Contemporary Jewish Philosophy Reinventing Traditions, December 2018

Spotlight #44: Classic China Futures Present, November 2018

Spotlight #43: Chinese Classics Present Future, November 2018

Spotlight #42: Judging toward Essence, November 2018

Spotlight #41: Abstract Art in an Age of Walls, November 2018

Spotlight #40: Stars, War & God, October 2018

Spotlight #39: Educating Futures Past, October 2018

Spotlight #38: Classic Islam as Politics in Modernity, October 2018

Spotlight #37: How Do We (Mis)Manage to Get Along? October 2018

Spotlight #36: Food, Fish, Crime, War: Redemption? October 2018

Spotlight #35: Religion: Persistent Late Myths II, September 2018

Spotlight #34: Religion: Persistent Late Myths I, September 2018

Spotlight #33: Strident Times Measured, September 2018

Spotlight #32: Trustworthy Revelations: History by the Road, September 2018

Spotlight #31: The Platonic Reach, August 2018

Spotlight #30: Myth: Prescriptive History as Culture, August 2018

Spotlight #29: Phase Shift Judaism, August 2018

Spotlight #28: Ideology: Art, Ethics & Illusion, August 2018

Spotlight #27: How We Make Our Self Another Self, July 2018

Spotlight #26: History Politicizes Sensual Metaphysics, July 2018

Spotlight #25: We Can Always Do Better, July 2018

Spotlight #24: Who Are We Where?  The Music, Art & Science of Self-Discovery, July 2018

Spotlight #23: Peripatetic Cultures, July 2018

Spotlight Special Y: A Surrealist Remembrance of Kenneth Rexroth by Stephen Schwartz, June 2018

Spotlight #22: The Long Outside, the Short Inside: History, June 2018

Spotlight # 21: Before & After Christendom, June 2018

Spotlight # 20: Christian Pasts, June 2018

Spotlight # 19: Art as Gossip and History, June 2018

Spotlight # 18: Culture Works, June 2018

Spotlight # 17: Contemporary Nuances, May 2018

Spotlight # 16: Novel America, May 2018

Spotlight # 15: Does the Brain Think Me? May 2018

Spotlight # 14: Is Democracy Utopian? May 2018

Spotlight # 13: Metamodern Motifs: Cycling and Recycling Myth, May 2018

Spotlight # 12:  Montaigne as Myth through History, April 2018

Spotlight # 11: Sufi Wisdom: Love as Philosophy, April 2018

Spotlight # 10: Ottomans and Others: Gryphons from the Heart, April 2018

Spotlight # 9: Islamic Mysticisms: The Green Canopy, April 2018

Spotlight # 8: Coping with the Afterlife of Gods, March 2018

Spotlight # 7: What is Old is Dream Worthy, March 2018

Spotlight # 6: Fictional Truth & Cosmopolitan Falsehoods, February 2018

Spotlight # 5: Metaphors and More, January 2018

Spotlight # 4: Dante and his World, December 2017

Spotlight # 3: Intercultural Religions, November 2017

Spotlight # 2: Once & Future Mythology, October 2017

Spotlight # 1: The Ins & Outs of Body Parts, September 2017

Spotlight # 00:  Eagle & Phoenix, August 2017

 

For archived Reviews before 2017 see index

 

 

 

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