Stephen Paddock's God's-Eye View from His Las Vegas Hotel Room (The New Yorker)

Colonial Postcards and Women as Props for War-Making (The New Yorker)

To Look or Not to Look? Is That the Question? (Los Angeles Review of Books)

How We Should Respond to Photographs of Suffering (The New Yorker)

We're Going to Need More than Empathy (LitHub)

Cut and Tape: On Writing Draw Your Weapons (Powell's)

Warpaint: What Does George W. Bush See in His 'Portraits of Courage' (Religion Dispatches)

Unbecoming Women: Elizabeth Malaska's 'When We Dead Awaken II' (Ms. Magazine)

Lynne Woods Turner: In Defense of Small Art (Oregon ArtsWatch)

Artists Make Good Theologians (Harvard Divinity Bulletin)

Elizabeth Malaska's Post-Apocalyptic Protest (Oregon ArtsWatch)

11 Questions: Anthony Hudson Talks about the End of the World (Oregon ArtsWatch)

The Photograph Not as Proof but as Limit (Springer)

Writing Her In: Wikipedia as Feminist Activism (Ms. Magazine)

The Longing to See: Hayley Barker's "Apparition Hill" (Oregon ArtsWatch)

How to Have a Body: Five Things I Learned from Kelly Rauer's Locate (Oregon ArtsWatch)

Feeling Thorny: Or Ten Reasons I Love Women's Pro Soccer and You Should Too (Ms. Magazine)

California Inmates Protest the Use of Long-Term Solitary Confinement (Religion Dispatches)

The Pen is Mightier: Sexist Responses to Women Writing about Religion (Harvard Divinity Bulletin)

Five Women in Religion to Watch (CNN's Belief Blog)

The Harlot Shall Be Burned with Fire: Biblical Literalism in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Religion Dispatches)

Women, Religion, and Film: Higher Ground Raises the Stakes (Religion Dispatches)

Solid Ground for Agnostics (The New Humanism)

Breaking Up with God: I Didn't Lose My Faith, I Left It (Religion Dispatches)

Breaking Up with God (Huffington Post)

Bin Laden's Death Does Not Prove that Torture Works (Religion Dispatches)

Bush's New Book: "Damn Right I OK'd Torture" (Religion Dispatches)

Waterboarding in the Living Room (Religion Dispatches)

Are Christians Theologically Prepared to Accept Torture? (Religion Dispatches)

Gay or Black, It's Still Church-Sanctioned Discrimination (Religion Dispatches)

Torture Needs You (Religion Dispatches)

Imagining God (Faith & Leadership)

"He Looked Like Jesus Christ": Crucifixion, Torture, and the Limits of Empathy as a Response to the Photographs from Abu Ghraib (Harvard Divinity Bulletin)