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)