Studies in Violence, Mimesis, & Culture
Studies in Violence, Mimesis, & Culture
The Studies in Violence, Mimesis, & Culture series is dedicated to the exploration, criticism, and development of René Girard's mimetic model of the relationship between violence and religion in the genesis and maintenance of culture.
Related series: Breakthroughs in Mimetic Theory, edited by William A. Johnsen

Series Editor: William A. Johnsen

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The Ambivalence of Scarcity and Other Essays
The Barren Sacrifice
An Essay on Political Violence
Battling to the End
Conversations with Benoit Chantre
Beneath the Veil of the Strange Verses
Reading Scandalous Texts
Can We Survive Our Origins?
Readings in René Girard's Theory of Violence and the Sacred
Catastrophe, Mimesis, Theory
Economy and the Future
A Crisis of Faith
Enigmas of Sacrifice
A Critique of Joseph M. Plunkett and the Dublin Insurrection of 1916
Evolution of Desire
A Life of René Girard
Flesh Becomes Word
A Lexicography of the Scapegoat or, the History of an Idea
For René Girard
Essays in Friendship and in Truth
The Genesis of Desire
Giving Life, Giving Death
Psychoanalysis, Anthropology, Philosophy
A God Torn to Pieces
The Nietzsche Case
The Head Beneath the Altar
Hindu Mythology and the Critique of Sacrifice
How We Became Human
Mimetic Theory and the Science of Evolutionary Origins
Intellectual Sacrifice and Other Mimetic Paradoxes
Intimate Domain
Desire, Trauma, and Mimetic Theory
Kings of Disaster
Dualism, Centralism and the Scapegoat King in Southeastern Sudan
Machado de Assis
Toward a Poetics of Emulation