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- Imagining the End: Visions of Apocalypse from the Ancient Middle East to Modern America
- I. B. Tauris
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Contents: Introduction: Apocalyptic anxieties and millennial hopes in the salvation religions of the Middle East / Abbas Amanat -- Mesopotamia and the end of times / Benjamin R. Foster -- Millennialism and eschatology in the Zoroastrian tradition / Philip G. Kreyenbroek -- The Biblical roots of apocalyptic / Robert R. Wilson -- Eschatological dynamics and utopian ideals in Early Judaism / John J. Collins -- The Messiah and the millennium: the roots of two Jewish-Christian symbols / Harold W. Attridge -- Messianism, millennialism and revolution in Early Islamic history / Said Amir Arjomand -- Medieval Europe : religious enthusiasm and social change in the 'millennial generation' / R.I. Moore -- Wrestling with the millennium: early modern Catholic exegesis of Apocalypse 20 / Bernard McGinn -- Deciphering the cosmos from creation to apocalypse: the Hurufiyya movement and Medieval Islamic esotericism / Shahzab Bashir -- American millennial visions : toward construction of a new architectonic of American apocalypticism / Stephen J. Stein -- Millennium, prophecy and the energies of social transformation: the case of Nat Turner / Richard H. Brodhead -- Comparative millennialism in Africa: continuities and variations on the Canon / Lamin Sanneh -- Is there a Chinese millenarian tradition? An analysis of recent Western studies of the Taiping rebellion / David Ownby -- Millennialism in modern Iranian history / Juan R.I. Cole -- The Middle East in modern American popular prophetic belief / Paul Boyer.
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