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Ти́моти Ми́ллер (англ. Timothy S. Miller; род. 1944) — американский историк религии, специалист по новым религиозным движениям и истории коммунитаризма.[1]

Тимоти Миллер
Timothy S. Miller
Дата рождения 1944(1944)
Страна  США
Научная сфера религиоведение
Место работы Канзасский университет
Альма-матер Канзасский университет
Крозерская теологическая семинария (англ.)
Учёная степень доктор философии (PhD) по американистике
Учёное звание профессор
Известен как историк религии, специалист по новым религиозным движениям и истории коммунитаризма

БиографияПравить

В 1966 году Канзасском университете получил бакалавра гуманитарных наук по антиковедению.

В 1967 году поступил в Тафтский университет, но не окончил его.

В 19671968 годы — ассистент по греческому языку в Крозерской теологической семинарии (англ.).

В 1968 году в Крозерской теологической семинарии (англ.) получит степень магистра богословия по истории религии.

В 1969 году в Канзасском университете получил степень магистра гуманитарных наук по религиоведению, в 1971 году магистра философии (англ.) по американистике защитив диссертацию по теме «Американские протестантские миссии в Греции в 1828—1969», а в 1973 году доктора философии по американистике защитив диссертацию по теме «Этика и контркультуа»[2].

В 19691973 годы — помощник преподавателя по религиоведению и американистике Канзасского университета.

В 19731988 годы — преподаватель религиоведения Канзасского университета.

В 19881993 годыстарший преподаватель религиоведения Канзасского университета.

В 19931998 годыадъюнкт-профессор религиоведения Канзасского университета.

В 1995 году был приглашённым адъюнкт-профессором по религиоведению в Дартмутском колледже

С 1998 года — профессор кафедры религиоведения Канзасского университета.

Научные трудыПравить

МонографииПравить

СтатьиПравить

В журналах и сборникахПравить

  • Miller T. Whither Unity? A Case Study // Christian Century. — 1970. — P. 891-93.
  • Miller T. Religion and Populism: A Reassessment // -The Scholarly Journal of Kansas School ofReligion at The University of Kansas. — 1971. — P. 1-5.
  • Miller T., Yetman N. R. Liberated Churches: A Profile // -The Journal of Kansas School of Religion at TheUniversity of Kansas. — 1974. — P. 1-4.
  • Miller T. Ethics, Economics, and the Farm Protest // Christian Century. — 1978. — P. 644-46.
  • Miller T. The Sects and Cults: A Dissenting Evaluation // Religion Journal of Kansas. — 1979. — Т. 16, № 4. — P. 5-11.
  • "Families Within a Family: Spiritual Values of Hutterites and Unificationists," in The Family and the Unification Church, ed. Gene L. James (New York: Unification Theological Seminary/Rose of Sharon Press, 1983), pp. 53-65.
  • Miller T.  // Religion Journal of Kansas."Charles M. Sheldon's In His Steps: Kansas's Great Accidental Bestseller," 21:2 (February, 1984), pp. 1-6.
  • Miller T. Charles M. Sheldon and the Uplift of Tennesseetown // Kansas History. — 1986. — Т. 9, № 1. — P. 125-37.
  • Miller T. A Guide to the Literature on the Hutterites // Communal Societies. — 1990. — Т. 10. — P. 68-86.
  • "They Found a Formula: 450 Years of Hutterite Communitarianism," in When Prophets Die: The Postcharismatic Fate of New Religious Movements (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1991), pp. 79-91.
  • Miller T. Drop City: Historical Notes on the Pioneer Hippie Commune // -Journal of AlternativeReligion and Culture. — 1992. — Т. 1, № 1. — P. 23-38.
  • Miller T. Are the Moonies Latter-Day Mormons? // Studia Missionalia. — Rome: Pontifical Gregorian University, 1992. — № 41. — P. 69-83.
  • Miller T. The Roots of the 1960s Communal Revival // American Studies. — 1992. — Т. 33, № 2. — P. 73-93.
  • "Peter Cornelius Plockhoy and the Beginnings of the American Communal Tradition," in Ron Sakolsky and James Koehnline, eds., Gone to Croatan: Origins of North American Dropout Culture (New York: Autonomedia, 1993), pp. 117-26.
  • "Introduction" to America's Alternative Religions (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1995), pp. 1-10.
  • "Black Jews and Black Muslims," America's Alternative Religions (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1995), pp. 277-283.
  • "The Evolution of Hippie Communal Spirituality: The Farm and Other Hippies Who Didn't Give Up," America's Alternative Religions (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1995; with Albert Bates), pp. 371-377.
  • Seven section introductions to America's Alternative Religions (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1995), 8 pp.
  • Two appendices to America's Alternative Religions (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1995), pp. 417-442.
  • Miller T. Artists Colonies as Communal Societies in the Arts and Crafts Era // Communal Societies. — 1996. — № 16. — P. 43-70.
  • Miller T. Academic Integrity and the Study of New Religious Movements: Introduction // Nova Religio. — 1998. — Т. 2, № 1. — P. 8-15.
  • "'Cults' and Intentional Communities: Working Through Some Complicated Issues," Communities Directory: A Guide to Intentional Communities and Cooperative Living (Rutledge, Missouri: Fellowship for Intentional Community, 2000), pp. 30-32; reprinted in a later edition, Communities Directory: A Comprehensive Guide to Intentional Communities and Cooperative Living (Rutledge, Missouri: Fellowship for Intentional Community, 2005), pp. 30-32.
  • “Lessons from the History of Ideologically Committed American Communes,” published in CD-ROM edition of conference proceedings, The Stockholm International Forum: Combating Intolerance, July, 2001.
  • “Out to Save the World: Why Communal Studies Matters for the Twenty-First Century,” published in Communal Living on the Threshold of a New Millennium: Lessons and Perspectives (Proceedings of the Seventh International Communal Studies Conference); e-book published by the International Communal Studies Association, September, 2001. Located at www.ic.org/ICSA/docs/ICSA_eBook.pdf. Reprinted in abbreviated form in the Bulletin of the International Communal Studies Association no. 30 (2001), pp. 3-4; also reprinted in abbreviated form in C.A.L.L.: Communes at Large Letter #17 (Winter, 2001-200), 20.
  • “The Historic Roots of Sustainability in Communities,” in Contemporary Utopian Struggles: Communities between Modernism and Postmodernism, ed. Saskia Poldervaart, Harrie Jansen, and Beatrice Kesler (Amsterdam: Aksant, 2001), pp. 225-235.
  • "The Sixties-Era Communes," in Imagine Nation: American Cultural Radicalism of the 1960s and '70s, ed. Peter Braunstein and Michael William Doyle (New York: Routledge, 2002), pp. 327-351.
  • “Controversial Christian Movements: History, Growth, and Outlook,” in New Religious Movements and Religious Liberty in America, ed. Derek H. Davis and Barry Hankins (Waco, Texas: J. M. Dawson Institute of Church-State Studies and Baylor University Press, 2002; second edition, 2003), pp. 1-19.
  • “Total Freedom of Conscience: What Happens When There Are No Rules at All?” published in cyberproceedings of the 2002 conference of CESNUR (Center for Studies on New Religions) at http://www.cesnur.org/2002/slc/miller.htm
  • "The Historical Communal Roots of Ultraconservative Groups: Earlier American Communes That Have Helped Shaped Today's Far Right," in The Cultic Milieu: Oppositional Subcultures in an Age of Globalization, ed. Jeffrey Kaplan and Helene Löow (Walnut Creek, California: AltaMira, 2002), pp. 75-109.
  • Theme article for the New Religious Movements website: “Religious Movements in the United States: An Informal Introduction.” E-published at religiousmovements.lib.virginia.edu in 2004. New Religious Movements: New Religious Movements in the United States,” in Encyclopedia of Religion, second edition, ed. Lindsay Jones (Detroit: Thompson Gale, 2005), pp. 6556-6566.
  • “Notes on the Prehistory of the Human Potential Movement: The Vedanta Society and Gerald Heard’s Trabuco College,” in On the Edge of the Future: Esalen and the Evolution of American Culture, ed. Jeffrey J. Kripal and Glenn W. Shuck (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2005), pp. 80-89.
  • “Charles M. Sheldon: Pastor, Author, and Passionate Social Reformer,” in John Brown to Bob Dole: Movers and Shakers in Kansas History, ed. Virgil W. Dean (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2006), pp. 140-51.
  • “New Religious Movements in American History,” in Introduction to New and Alternative Religions in America, ed. Eugene V. Gallagher and W. Michael Ashcraft (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood, 2006), volume 1, pp. 1-22.
  • Miller T. The Evolution of American Spiritual Communities // Nova Religio. — 2010. — Т. 13, № 3. — P. 14-33.
  • Miller T. A Matter of Definition: Just What Is an Intentional Community? // Communal Societies. — 2010. — Т. 30, № 1. — P. 1-15.
  • Miller T. New Religions Drawing Followers and Conflict in Europe, Eastern Europe // Religion Watch. — 1993. — Т. 8, № 6.
  • Miller T. Stress and Conflict in an International Religious Movement: The Case of the Bruderhof // KIT Newsletter. — 1993. — Т. 5, № 7.
  • Miller T. Church Universal and Triumphant at a Turning Point // Royal Teton Ranch News. — 1993. — Т. 5, № 5.
  • "Misinterpreting Religious Commitment," in James R. Lewis, ed., From the Ashes: Making Sense of Waco (Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield, 1994). Previously distributed to newspapers by Pacific News Service as "America Divides Over What Religious Commitment Means," April, 1993.
  • Miller T. „Cult“ as a Useless Word, // -Journal of Cooperative Living. — 1995. — № 88.
  • Miller T. The „Cult“ Scare Is Nothing New // -Journal of Cooperative Living. — 1995. — № 88.
  • Miller T. The Procession of Bigotry // -Journal of Cooperative Living. — 1995. — № 88.
  • Miller T. Identifying 'Cults': Those Lists of Generalizations // -Journal of Cooperative Living. — 1995. — № 88.
  • Miller T. A Few Commonsense Suggestions // -Journal of Cooperative Living. — 1995. — № 88.
  • Miller T. Research note: "A Response to Mukunda Goswami's NRM Is a Four-Letter Word: The Language of Oppression // ISKCON Communications Journal. — 1996. — Т. 4, № 1.
  • Miller T. Our Beliefs, Our Lives: Communitarian Activists in the Early Twentieth Century // Journal of Cooperative Living. — 1998. — № 100. — P. 54-57.
  • Miller T. Communities in the 20th Century // -Journal of Cooperative Living. — 1999. — № 105. (reprinted in C.A.L.L.: Communes at Large Letter no. 17 (Winter, 2000-01)
  • Miller T. Anniversaries // Communique (newsletter of the Communal Studies Association). — 2000. — Т. 25, № 2.
  • Miller T. Difference in Religious Practices Doesn’t Mean They’re Wrong // Florida Today. — 24.03.2002.
  • “Out to Save the World: Scholars and the Utopian Vision,” in Utopia Matters: Theory, Politics, Literature and the Arts, ed. Fátima Vieira and Marinela Freitas (Porto, Portugal: Editora da Universidade do Porto, 2005), pp. 33-36.
  • Miller T. No Oil: The coming Utopia/Dystopia and Communal Possibilities // Spaces of Utopia: An Electronic Journal. — Faculdade de Letras at the University of Porto, 2006. — № 1.
  • Miller T. A Short Visit to Israel // Bulletin of the International Communal Studies Association. — 2006. — № 39. — P. 8. .
  • “Foreword” and “Afterword: What Happened to the Communes?” in The Modern Utopian, ed. Richard Fairfield (Port Townsend, Washington: Process, 2010), pp. 13-18, 320-323.
  • “A Communitarian Conundrum: Why a World That Wants and Needs Community Doesn’t Get It.” Communities no. 151 (Summer, 2011), pp. 60-65.

“Persistence over Millennia: The Perennial Presence of Intentional Communities.” Book introduction, submitted for edited volume, Out to Save the World: Spiritual and Visionary Communities in Modern Society, ed. T. Miller (in consultation with Eileen Barker), Ashgate 2012.

  • “Religious Communes in America.” Submitted for edited volume, Out to Save the World: Spiritual and Visionary Communities in Modern Society, ed. T. Miller (in consultation with Eileen

Barker), Ashgate 2012.

В энциклопедиях и словаряхПравить

  • Biographical sketches of Coretta Scott King, Martin Luther King, Sr., Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, Elijah Muhammad, and Charles M. Sheldon in J. Gordon Melton, ed., Religious Leaders of America (Detroit: Gale Research, 1991).
  • Biographical sketches of Louis Farrakhan and Pat Robertson in the Encyclopedia of World Biography: Twentieth Century Supplement (Palatine, Illinois: Jack Heraty and Associates, 1995).
  • "Communes and Communitarian Groups," Dictionary of American History Supplement (New York: Scribner's, 1996).
  • "Rapp, George," American National Biography, ed. John A. Garraty and Mark C. Carnes (New York: Oxford University Press, 1999), v. 18, pp. 168-71.
  • Entries on Santería, Branch Davidians, Peoples Temple, Church Universal and Triumphant, and Satanism for Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia.
  • “In His Steps: What Would Jesus Do?” in Dictionary of Literary Utopias, ed. by Vita Fortunati and Raymond Trousson (Paris: Honoré Champion Éditeur, 2000), p.302.
  • “Amish,” “Bruderhof,” and “Shunning,” Contemporary American Religion, ed. Wade Clark Roof (New York: Macmillan Reference, 2000), pp. 19-20, 83-84, 676-77.
  • “The Bruderhof” and “Hutterites,” Religions of the World: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Beliefs and Practices, ed. J. Gordon Melton and Marin Baumann. 4 vols. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio, 2002.
  • “The Farm” and “The Harmony Society,” Encyclopedia of Community: From the Village to the Virtual World, ed. Karen Christensen and David Levinson. 4 vols. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage, 2003.
  • Four articles for the New Religious Movements website: “Black Jews,” “Hutterites,” “The Ghost Dance,” and “Native American Church.” E-published at religiousmovements.lib.virginia.edu
  • “Brook Farm,” “Emissaries of Divine Light,” “The Farm,” “Fruitlands,” “Hippies,” “MOVE,” “Open Land Movement,” “Rainbow Family,” “School of Living,” and “Tolstoy Farm,” The Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature, ed. Bron R. Taylor (London: Thoemmes Continuum, 2005).
  • “American Intentional Communities.” Encyclopedia of American Social Movements, ed. Immanuel Ness. Armonk, New York: M. E. Sharpe, 2004, pp. 998-1006.
  • “Utopian Intentional Communities,” International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest , ed. Immanuel Ness (Blackwell Publishing, 2009), pp. 3417-3420.
  • “Church Communities International” and “Hutterites,” Religions of the World: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Beliefs and Practices, ed. J. Gordon Melton and Marin Baumann. 6 vols. Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio, second edition, 2010, vol. 2, pp. 651-52; vol. 3, pp. 1374-75.
  • “Reform Movements in American Intentional Communities.” Encyclopedia of American Reform Movements, Facts on File, 2011.

ПримечанияПравить

  1. "Jesus Freaks, Communes Continue to Thrive", San Francisco Chronicle, November 21, 1992.
  2. Anderson, Phil. Sheldon's message was simple (12 марта 2000). Архивировано 5 сентября 2002 года. Дата обращения 5 ноября 2008.

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