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Encyclopedia > David Stannard

David Edward Stannard is a writer and professor of American stidies at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Many of his works concern race and the treatment of indigenous people in the United States.

  • Excerpt of a 2000 interview

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Theology Today - Vol 34, No. 4 - January 1978 - BOOK REVIEW - The Puritan Way of Death: A Study in Religion, Culture, ... (724 words)
Stannard argues that the Puritan attitude toward death was characterized by a tension rooted in their understanding of grace.
One of Stannard's most intriguing observations is his effort to demonstrate that a heightened awareness of death and increased devotion to funeral rites and rituals are closely related to social strain and instability.
Stannard concludes his analysis with an eloquent reminder that while we cannot and should not return to the awful (aweful?) agonies of the Puritans, they nevertheless faced death with realism and the resources of a community, two elements of life conspicuously absent from twentieth century America.
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