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Emilie Flamme ’20 (left) and Professor Mona Oraby (right) presented the project in Frost Library prior to the shift to remote learning.
What does belief look like? Or enchantment?
Such was the challenge facing Emilie Flamme ’20 as she illustrated the core concepts in
, an online project in religious studies edited by Mona Oraby, assistant professor of law, jurisprudence and social thought. A Universe of Terms
The project is an offshoot of
The Immanent Frame
The new project is in part inspired by
Critical Terms for Religious Studies 502 Bad Gateway
A Universe of Terms is a multimedia resource. Each term is accompanied by at least three essays, plus images, links to more writing and a public Spotify playlist.
Flamme set out to create spare images that represent the terms but allow the viewer to mentally fill in the details. Flamme ultimately created 14 images—one corresponding to each term.
Emilie Flamme ’20 (left) and Professor Mona Oraby (right)
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