Log In | Contact Us | View Cart (0 items)
Browse: Collections Digital Content Subjects Creators Record Groups

Jacques Ellul Papers

Overview

Scope and Contents

Biographical Note

Administrative Information

Detailed Description

Jacques Ellul: Rare Works & Criticism

Prints From Hanks Microfilm

Ellul Manuscripts

Joyce Main Hanks Material

Materials by Ellul

Books & Manuscripts About Ellul

Articles About Ellul

Reviews Of Ellul's Books

Correspondence Concerning Ellul

Ellul Forum

Media

Removed From Collection



Contact us about this collection

Jacques Ellul Papers, 1936-2017 | Special Collections, Buswell Library

By The Wheaton College Archives & Special Collections Staff

Printer-friendly Printer-friendly | Email Us Contact Us About This Collection

Collection Overview

Title: Jacques Ellul Papers, 1936-2017Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

ID: SC/016

Primary Creator: Ellul, Jacques (1912-1994)

Extent: 31.0 Boxes. More info below.

Arrangement: The collection is arranged by series with folder level control.

Date Acquired: 00/00/1986

Subjects: Civilization, Modern., Education - Philosophy., Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994, Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Bibliography., Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Contributions in eschatology., Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Correspondence., Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Criticism and interpretation - Congresses., Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Criticism and interpretation., Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Ethics., Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Influence., Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Interviews., Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Manuscripts., Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Periodicals., Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Political and social views., Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Religion., Prayer., Religion in literature., Sociology, Christian (Reformed), Technology - Social aspects., Technology and civilization.

Forms of Material: Audiotapes, Essays, Lectures, Manuscripts, Microfilms, Reviews, Serials, Speeches

Languages: French, English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Jacques Ellul Collection is based upon a three-reel microfilm set, which follows Jacques Ellul: A Comprehensive Bibliography (published in Research on Philosophy and Technology, supplement 1, 1984) compiled by Dr. Joyce Main Hanks. The microfilm contains many of the hard-to-find Ellul essay, speeches and lectures. The comprehensive bibliography was followed by an update in 1991 (Jacques Ellul: A Comprehensive Bibliographic Update, in Research in Philosophy and Technology, vol. 11).

The prints from the microfilm, numbering over 6,000, comprise the bulk of the collection (7.5 linear feet). These prints are of Ellul's writings, dissertations, books, and articles on his writings and reviews of his books. His writings range in date from 1936 to 1983, while the secondary material ranges in date from 1939-1984. His writings are arranged chronologically while the secondary material is not, the prints follow the order found in the comprehensive bibliography, which serves well as a finding aid. The microfilm prints are followed by holographic and xerographic Ellul manuscripts totaling eight (8) inches. These are manuscripts for his books, lectures and addresses, and notes. Following the manuscripts are articles and reviews by Ellul, both xerographic and microfilm prints. All the folders in each box have been organized chronologically, except for the reviews, which are alphabetical by book title.

The collection also contains media material, including interviews with Ellul, conducted by Joyce Hanks (awaiting transcription) and others.

Secondary material finishes the collection with works on Ellul, critical reviews, correspondence concerning Ellul, and serials on Ellul studies.

Biographical Note

Jacques Ellul, author and educator, was born an only child to Joseph and Marthe Ellul on January 6, 1912. From the age of fifteen, impoverishment compelled him to tutor Latin, French, German and Greek, earning his own and often his family’s livelihood. He received no religious upbringing, his father a “complete Voltairian” and his mother a devout but uninsistent Protestant. Ellul’s family did possess a Bible, which he occasionally read.

As a young man he enjoyed unimpeded freedom exploring the port city of Bordeaux, befriending sailors and longshoremen. Here was, he recalls, “…a totally astonishing milieu for a child; an environment that was very educational and, of course, rather dangerous, even though nothing ever happened to me.”

He received his formal education at the University of Bordeaux. In 1937 he married Yvette Lensvelt, and together they raised three children: Jean, Yves, and Dominique. A fourth child, Simon, died during the writing of The Meaning of the City (1970); the book is dedicated to him.

While attending the Faculty of Law, Ellul encountered the philosophy of Karl Marx, which beguiled his intellect for some time. As he studied, however, he realized that Marxism was entirely inadequate to answer existential questions, issues of life, death and love. Ellul remembered the Bible stories from his childhood, and began searching.

At that time he joined an assembly of Protestant students for worship, and closely studied Karl Barth, whose thought, next to Marx, Ellul describes as “the second great element in my intellectual life.” Eventually he entered the Reformed Church of France.

In 1937 he began his academic career in academia by accepting a position as lecturer at the University of Montpellier. The next year he moved to the University of Strasbourg. During WW II, he served in the French underground. Shortly after the war, he was named professor of law at the University of Bordeaux.

Ellul was a consultant to the Ecumenical World Council of Churches from 1947-53. He was also a member of the National Council of the Reformed Church of France. In addition to developing his spiritual life, Ellul participated in local civic affairs, serving successfully as Deputy Mayor of Bordeaux for several months in the mid-1940s. As a private citizen he worked tirelessly with troubled youth and drug addicts.

Ellul’s work focuses on socio-political analysis, establishing him as a sharp critic with particular emphasis upon the increasingly destructive influence of modern technology on Christianity and Western civilization. His primary concern is the tyranny of television, press and radio over human destiny. Far too many educated adults, he complains, are passively accepting the media’s steady dissemination of propaganda. Ellul did not object to the advancement of technology, but rather to the moral and spiritual vacuity of those who operate and receive it.

If a society possesses no foundational values through which to evaluate the relentless onslaught of elec-tronic information, then its citizens are hardly better off than the subjects of any totalitarian regime. According to Ellul, the answer to the predicament is a simple faith in the living, loving God who liberates His children from a bland conformity, releasing them to an infinitely higher purpose in serving the unassailable heavenly kingdom.

Ellul wrote in French and has been widely translated into English. His works, philosophical, theological and sociological, number over 50, plus hundreds of articles. He is described by editor Saul Padover as a “fresh political thinker, something of a cross between an academic Eric Hoffer and a French enfant terrible.” Padover continues that Ellul’s “analysis of modern society reminds one of the child who blurted out that the emperor was naked.” Ellul’s work has evoked responses ranging from sharp criticism to admiration expressed by those who will no longer allow themselves to remain neutral.

Professor David W. Gill observes that “Ellul removes our commonplaces…Both through sociological criticism and through biblical exposition, he leaves us with no way out…After everything has been closed off, [he] throws open doors, batters down walls, and opens out on a whole new life of freedom in service of God and our neighbor.”

In his later years, Ellul wrote during the morning, assiduously guarding his office hours before welcoming visitors in the afternoon. Aside from the impact of his revolutionary theories, he insisted that his most important message to the world was his simple witness to the saving power of Jesus Christ. He died in May 1994, near Bordeaux.

Ellul’s titles include: La Technique ou l’enjeu du siècle (The Technological Society, 1964) Propagandes (Propaganda: The Formation of Men’s Attitudes, 1965) Exégèse des nouveaux lieux communs (A Critique of the New Commonplaces, 1968) Autopsie de la Révolution (Autopsy of Revolution, 1971) La parole humiliée (The Humiliation of the Word, 1985) and Ce que je crois (What I Believe, 1987).

Subject/Index Terms

Civilization, Modern.
Education - Philosophy.
Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994
Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Bibliography.
Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Contributions in eschatology.
Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Correspondence.
Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Criticism and interpretation - Congresses.
Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Criticism and interpretation.
Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Ethics.
Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Influence.
Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Interviews.
Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Manuscripts.
Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Periodicals.
Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Political and social views.
Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 - Religion.
Prayer.
Religion in literature.
Sociology, Christian (Reformed)
Technology - Social aspects.
Technology and civilization.

Administrative Information

Repository: Special Collections, Buswell Library

Alternate Extent Statement: 10 linear feet

Access Restrictions: There are no restrictions on this collection.

Use Restrictions: Duplication may be restricted if copying could cause damage to items.

Acquisition Source: Gift

Acquisition Method: The Ellul Collection came to Wheaton College Special Collections through Graduate School alumna Joyce Main Hanks ('61). Dr. Hanks, through the assistance of Wayne Bragg and Paul Snezek, began transferring materials in the Special Collections in 1986.

Preferred Citation: Jacques Ellul Papers (SC-16), Wheaton College Special Collections, Wheaton, Illinois.

Processing Information: The collection was primarily processed by Jeffery Darensbourg during the academic years 1991-92 and 1992-93.

Other Note: The Jacques Ellul Collection displays the writings of an eminent French social critic. Many of his numerous writings have been translated into English, including The Presence of the Kingdom and The Ethics of Freedom. This collection, based upon a three-reel microfilm set, has been copied and arranged and includes nearly all of Ellul's articles, essays, etc., as well as reviews of his work. The collection comprises roughly 12 linear feet.

Other URL: http://library.wheaton.edu


Box and Folder Listing


Browse by Series:

[Series 1: Jacques Ellul: Rare Works & Criticism],
[Series 2: Prints From Hanks Microfilm],
[Series 3: Ellul Manuscripts],
[Series 4: Joyce Main Hanks Material],
[Series 5: Materials by Ellul],
[Series 6: Books & Manuscripts About Ellul],
[Series 7: Articles About Ellul],
[Series 8: Reviews Of Ellul's Books],
[[information restricted]],
[Series 10: Ellul Forum],
[Series 11: Media],
[[information restricted]],
[All]

Series 7: Articles About EllulAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 1: Scholarly ArticlesAdd to your cart.
Box 25: Scholarly Articles, 1964-1999Add to your cart.
Folder 1: John Wilkinson: "The Quantitative Society or, What Are You to do with Noodle?", 1964Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Charles E. Silberman: "Is Technology Taking Over", Feb 1966Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Leslie Sklair: "The Sociology of the Opposition to Science and Technology: With Special Reference to the work of Jacques Ellul", Apr 1971Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Thomas G Donnelly: "In Defense of Technology", June 1973Add to your cart.
Folder 5: Rogers et al.: "The Dilemma of Change and Future Organizations: An Exploratory Review", 1973Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Ron Lahav: "Futurology and Education: Four Futurologists and Their Theories of Education", Apr 1973Add to your cart.
Folder 7: John S. Nelson: "Toltechs, Aztechs & the Art of the Possible: Parenthetic Comments on the Political through Language and Aestheitcs", 1975Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Florman, Samuel C. "In praise of technology". Harper's; November 1975; vol. 251(whole no. 1506): pp. 53?72., Nov 1975Add to your cart.
[English]
Folder 9: David Lovekin: "Jacques Ellul and the Logic of Technology", 1977Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Ray, Ronald R. [Letter about Ellul]. Sojourners; February 1977; vol. 6 (no. 2): p.6., Feb 1977Add to your cart.
[English]
Folder 11: Gila Hayim: "Modern Reality Strategies: An Analysis of Weber, Freud and Ellul", Oct 1978Add to your cart.
Folder 12: Thomas M. Steinfatt: "Evaluating Approaches to Propaganda Analysis", 1979Add to your cart.
Folder 13: Ray, Ronald R. "Jacques Ellul's innocent notes on hermeneutics". Interpretation: A Journal of Bible and Theology; July 1979; vol. 33 (no. 3): pp. 268?282., Jul 1979Add to your cart.
[English]
Folder 14: D.G Kehl: "Peddling the Power and the Promises," Christianity Today, 1980 MarchAdd to your cart.
Folder 15: Benedict, Robert, Hugh Bone, Willard Leavel, and Ross Rice. "The voters attitudes toward nuclear power: a comparative study of 'nuclear moratorium' initiatives,". Western Political Quarterly; March 1980; vol. 33 (no. 1): pp. 7?23., Mar 1980Add to your cart.
[English]
Folder 16: Gabriel Widmer: "Jacques Ellul: Un exemple de confrontation: marxisme et christianisme", 1981Add to your cart.
Folder 17: Gill, David W. "Jacques Ellul and Francis Schaeffer: Two views of Western civilization". Fides et Historia; Spring?Summer 1981; vol. 13 (no. 2): pp. 23?27., 1981Add to your cart.
[English]
Folder 19: Gill, David W. "Jacques Ellul: the prophet as theologian". Themelios (London); 6 September 1981; vol. 7, new series (no. 1): pp. 4?14., Sept 1981Add to your cart.
[English]
Folder 20: David Lovekin: "Giambattista Vico and Jacques Elul: The Intelligible Universal and the Technical Phenomenon", 1982Add to your cart.
Folder 21: Robert R. Sullivan and Alfred J. DiMaio: "Jacques Ellul: Toward Understanding His Political Thinking", 1982Add to your cart.
Same as contents in Folder 21
Folder 23: James P. Young: "Intimate Allies in Migration: Education and Propaganda in a Philippine Village", June 1982Add to your cart.
Folder 24: Nagler, Michael N. "Education as a five letter word". Teachers College Record; vol. 84 (no. 1): pp. 102? 114., Fall 1982Add to your cart.
[English]
Folder 25: Johnson, Kermit D. "The nuclear reality: beyond Niebuhr and the just war". Christian Century; 13 October 1982; vol. 99 (no. 31): pp. 1014?1017., Oct 1982Add to your cart.
[English]
Folder 26: Brian K. McGreevy: "Ellul and the Supreme Court on Freedom", 1983Add to your cart.
Folder 27: Schaar, John H. "The possibility of freedom in a technological society". Center Magazine; May/June 1983; vol. 16: pp. 51?64., May/June 1983Add to your cart.
[English]
Folder 28: Hanks, Thomas. "How Ellul transcends liberation theologies". TSF Bulletin; September?October 1984: pp. 13?16., Oct 1984Add to your cart.
[English]
Folder 29: Clendenin, Daniel B. "Will the real Ellul please stand up?: a bibliographic survey". Trinity Journal; 1985: pp. 167?183., 1985Add to your cart.

Note: Volume number uncertain.

[English]

Folder 30: Entire Issue of Cross Currents magazine devoted to Ellul, Spring 1985Add to your cart.
Folder 31: Patrick Nerhot: "Une sociologie de la Technique", 1986Add to your cart.
Folder 32: "Ellul in the Storm" from The Other Side Vol. 23, no. 9, Issue 187, Nov 1987Add to your cart.
Folder 33: Robert Casillo: "Techne and Logos in Solzhenitsyn", 1987Add to your cart.
Folder 34: Martin Jay: "The Rise of Hermeneutics and the Crisis of Ocularcentrism", 1988Add to your cart.
Folder 35: Joyce Main Hanks: "Feminism in the Writings of Jacques Ellul", 1988Add to your cart.
Folder 36: Steiner, Claude and Charles Rappleye. "Jacques Ellul: quirky trailblazer of propaganda theory". Propaganda Review; Summer 1988: pp. 29?33., 1988Add to your cart.

Note: discusses Ellul's work, especially on propaganda, and offers a short interview.

[English]

Folder 37: Hanks, Joyce M. "Jacques Ellul and the kingdom"; November 1988., Nov 1988Add to your cart.

Note: This paper was given at a meeting of the AAR/SBL.

[English]

Folder 38: Christians, Clifford G. "Communication theory in Ellul's sociology". Paper presented to the AAR meeting in Chicago, 21 November 1988., Nov 1988Add to your cart.

Note: two xerographs.

[English]

Folder 39: Journal of the World Association for Christian Communication: "Perspectives on Jacques Ellul"; Vol. 35, Feb 1988Add to your cart.
Folder 40: Gilbert Hottois: "Die Natur der Sprache: Von der Ontologie zur Technologie", 1990Add to your cart.
Folder 41: George A. Gladney: "Technologizing of the Word: Toward a Theoretical and Ethical Understanding", 1990Add to your cart.
Folder 42: Christian Roy: "Aux sources de l'écologie politique: Le personnalisme "gascon" de Bernard Charbonneau et Jacques Ellul", Apr 1992Add to your cart.
Folder 43: Clinton E. Stockwell: "The Enchanting City: Theological Perspectives on the City in Post-modern Dress", Apr/Jun 1992Add to your cart.
Folder 44: Hanks, Joyce M. "The politics of God and the politics of Ellul". Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society; June 1992; vol. 35 (no. 2): pp. 217?230., June 1992Add to your cart.
[English]
Folder 45: Bauman, Michael. "Jesus, anarchy and Marx: the theological and political contours of Ellulism". Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society; June 1992; vol. 35 (no. 2): pp. 199?216., June 1992Add to your cart.
[English]
Folder 46: T.J Matheson: ""Marcuse, Ellul, and the Science-Fiction Film: Negative Responses to Technology", Nov 1992Add to your cart.
Folder 47: The Festival in Light of the Theory of the Three Milieus: A Critique of Girard's Theory of Ritual Scapegoating"; Journal of the American Academy of Religion; Oct 1993; vol. 61 (no. 3); pp. 505?535, Oct 1993Add to your cart.
Folder 48: Gregory S. Butler: "The Political Moralism of Jacques Ellul", 1994Add to your cart.
Folder 49: Rustum Roy: "Editorial", 1995Add to your cart.
Folder 50: Henry C. Johnson, Jr.: "Eucation, Technology, And Human Values: Ellul and The Construction of an Ethic of Resistance", 1995Add to your cart.
Folder 51: Richard Stivers: "Technique Against Culture", 1995Add to your cart.
Folder 52: Rustum Roy: "Two faces of Jacques Ellul: The Theologian and the Societal Critic", 1995Add to your cart.
Folder 53: Langdon Winner: "The Enduring Dilemmas of Autonomous Technique", 1995Add to your cart.
Folder 54: William H. Vanderburg: "Jacques Ellul Symposium", 1995Add to your cart.
Folder 55: Vincent C. Punzo: "Jacques Ellul on the Technical System and the Challenge of Christian Hope", 1996Add to your cart.
Folder 56: Ronald L. Massanari: "For Questioning is the Piety of Thought But, Not Without Consequences in Technocratic Culture", 1998Add to your cart.
Folder 57: Willem H. Vanderburgg: "The Iconoclasm of Jacques Ellul: A Call to Freedom in Our Age", May 1998Add to your cart.
Folder 58: Moore, Rick Clifton "Hegemony, Agency and Dialectical Tension in Ellul's Technological Society" Journal of Communication, summer 98, vol. 48, issue 3, p128, 1998Add to your cart.
[English]
Folder 59: Alan Fear: "Valuing Technology: John Dewey's Instrumental Approach to Cultutral Criticism", 1998Add to your cart.
Folder 60: S.W. Vorster: "Dialektiese denke in Jacques Ellul se kritiek van "outonome" tegniek", 1998Add to your cart.
Folder 61: Walter E. Davis: "Ellul's Technological Imperative Reconsidered", Dec 1998Add to your cart.
Folder 62: Randall L. Bytwerk:"The Failure of the Propaganda of the German Democratic Republic", 1999Add to your cart.
Box 26: Scholarly Articles, 2000-2018, News Articles, Obituaries and Memorials, Websites and Blogs, Reference Articles, Reviews of Books about EllulAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Andrew Goddard: "Jacques Ellul and the Power of the Media"Add to your cart.
Studies in Christian Ethics; 2000; vol 13 (no. 1); pp. 66?75
Folder 2: Corey Scott: "On the Unabomber", 2000Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Alston Chase: "Harvard and the Making of the Unabomber", Jun 2000Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Vanderburg, Willem " STS and the Urban Habitat" Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society, Aug 2000, vol. 20, issue 4, p253Add to your cart.
[English]
Folder 5: George M. O'Har: "Magic in the Machine Age", Oct 2000Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Karim H. Karim: "Cyber-Utopia and the Myth of Paradise: Using Jacques Ellul's Work on Propaganda to Analyze Information Society Rhetoric", 2001Add to your cart.
Folder 7: J.M van der Laan: "Plastic Words: Words Without Meaning", 2001Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Willem H. Vanderburg: "Comments on the Empire of Non-Sense: Art in a Technique-Dominated Society", Feb 2001Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Rick Clifton Moore: "Environmental Issues and the Watchdog Role of the Media: How Ellul's Theory Complicated Liberal Democracy", Oct 2001Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Nina Nakajima: "Green advertising and Green Public Relations as Integration Propaganda", Oct 2001Add to your cart.
Folder 11: Kim A. Goudreau: "Habermans on Purposive-Rational Action: A Contribution to the Understanding of Ellul's Technique", Jun 2003Add to your cart.
Folder 12: Lee Hoinacki: "The Trajectory of Ivan Illich", Oct 2003Add to your cart.
Folder 13: Juyan Zhang and Glen T. Cameron: "The Structural transformation of China's Propaganda: An Ellulian Perspective", 2004Add to your cart.
Folder 14: Willem H. Vanderburg: "Some Reflections on Teaching Biotechnology, Nanotechnology, and Information Technology", Feb 2004Add to your cart.
Folder 15: Matthew Pattillo: "Violence, Anarchy, and Scripture: Jacques Ellul and René Girard", 2004Add to your cart.
Folder 16: Wha-chul Son: "Reading Jacques Ellul's The Technological Bluff in Context", Dec 2004Add to your cart.
Folder 17: John Paul Russo: "New Media, New Era", Dec 2004Add to your cart.
Folder 18: J.M van der Laan: "Temptation and Seduction in the Technological Milieu", Dec 2004Add to your cart.
Folder 19: Willem H. Vanderburg: "Celebrating the Intellectual Gifts & Insights of Jacques Ellul" and "Thinking Globally, Acting Locally: Celebrating the Intellectual Gifts and Insights of Jacques Ellul- Part II, Dec 2004Add to your cart.
Folder 20: Willem H. Vanderburg: "The Essential Connection Between the Two Parts of the Work of Jacques Ellul", Dec 2004Add to your cart.
Folder 21: Willem H. Vanderburg: "The Autonomy of Technique Revisited", Dec 2004Add to your cart.
Folder 22: Daniel Cérézuelle: "La Technique et la chair: De l' ensarkosis logou à la critique de la société technicienne chez Bernard Charbonneau, Jacques Ellul et Ivan Illich", 2005Add to your cart.
Folder 23: Lawrence Agbemabiese: "Commodification of Ghana's Volta River: An Example of Ellul's Autonomy of Technique"Add to your cart.
Folder 24: Merylann J. Schuttloffel: "The Challenges Our Contemporary World Presents to Christian Educators", Apr 2005Add to your cart.
Folder 25: Rustum Roy: "Scientism and Technology as Religions", Dec 2005Add to your cart.
Folder 26: Clifford G. Christians: "Jacques Ellul's Conversions and Protestant Theology", 2006Add to your cart.
Folder 27: Lynda Stone: "From Technologization to Totalization in Education Research: US Graduate Training, Methodology, and Critique", 2006Add to your cart.
Folder 28: Rick Clifton Moore: "Ambivalence to Technology in Jeunet's Le Fabulex Destin d' Amélie Poulain", Feb 2006Add to your cart.
Folder 29: Brian Michael Goss: "Online "Looney Tunes" An analysis of reader-composed comment threads in the Nation", 2007Add to your cart.
Folder 30: Cathy Driscoll and Elden Wiebe: "Technical Spirituality at Work: Jacques Ellul on Workplace Spirituality", 2007Add to your cart.
Folder 31: Frédéric Rognon: "Ellul lecteur de Kierkegaard: La réception de l' œuvre kierkegaardienne dans la pensée de Jacques Ellul", 2008Add to your cart.
Folder 32: David J. Neville: "Dialectic as Method in Public Theology: Recalling Jacques Ellul", 2008Add to your cart.
Folder 33: John O. Omachonu and Kevin Healey: "Media Concentration and Minority Ownership: The Intersection of Ellul and Habermas", 2009Add to your cart.
Folder 34: David Wang: "Ellul on New Urbanism", 2009Add to your cart.
Folder 35: Hans Poser: "Technology and Necessity", Jul 2009Add to your cart.
Folder 36: John A. Coleman: "Jacques Ellul's The Technological Society Re-Visited", 2011Add to your cart.
Folder 37: Eileen Gambrill: "The Value of Ellul's Analysis in Understanding Propaganda in the Helping Professions", 2012Add to your cart.
Folder 38: David Lovekin: "Looking and Seeing: The Play of Image and Word- The Wager of Art in the Technological Society", 2012Add to your cart.
Folder 39: W. David Holford and Anne- Laure Saives: "The Future (and the now) According to Jacques Ellul: Deterministic or Mindful?", 2012Add to your cart.
Folder 40: Tim Blackmore: "Eyeless in America: Hollywood and Indiewood's Iraq War on Film", 2012Add to your cart.
Folder 41: Samir Younés: "Technique and Artistic Imitation and Invention", 2012Add to your cart.
Folder 42: J.M van der Laan: "Language and Being Human in Technology", 2012Add to your cart.
Folder 43: Willem H. Vanderburg: "The Life and Work of Jacques Ellul", 2012Add to your cart.
Folder 44: Noah Toly: "The Meaning of the Global City: Jacques Ellul's Continued Relevance to 21st-Century Urbanism", 2012Add to your cart.
Folder 45: Luis Velasco Pufleau: "Reflections on Music and Propaganda", 2014Add to your cart.
Folder 46: Jean-Luc Amalric: "Événement idéologie et utopie", 2014Add to your cart.
Folder 47: Artur Matos Alves: "Jacques Ellul's "Anti-Democratic Economy:" Persuading Citizens and Consumers in the Information Society", 2014Add to your cart.
Folder 48: Samuel Matlack: "Confronting the Technological Society", 2014Add to your cart.
Folder 49: Isabelle Gusse: "Mythes modernes, propagande et communications publicitaires de l'armée canadienne en 2010", 2015Add to your cart.
Folder 50: Nathan Kowalsky and Randolph Haluza-DeLay: ""This is Oil Country": The Alberta Tar Sands and Jacques Ellul's Theory of Technology", 2015Add to your cart.
Folder 51: Berkeley Franz and John W. Murphy: "Electronic Medical Records and the Technological Imperative: The Retrieval of Dialogue in Community-Based Primary Care", 2015Add to your cart.
Folder 52: Raymond Downing: "Should Christian Global Health Be Distinctive? A Reflection", Nov 2015Add to your cart.
Folder 53: Diana Tal and Avishag Gordon: "Jacques Ellul Revisited: 55 Years of Propaganda Study", Feb 2016Add to your cart.
Folder 54: Nolen Gertz: "Autonomy online: Jacques Ellul and the Facebook emotional manipulation study", 2016Add to your cart.
Folder 55: Stephanie Bennett: "Jacques Ellul and the inefficiency of friendships Social life and The Technological Society", 2016Add to your cart.
Folder 56: Ionut Untea: "Awe and Artifacts: Religious and Scientific Endeavor", May 2017Add to your cart.
Sub-Series 2: Newspaper ArticlesAdd to your cart.
Box 26: Scholarly Articles, 2000-2018, News Articles, Obituaries and Memorials, Websites and Blogs, Reference Articles, Reviews of Books about EllulAdd to your cart.
Folder 57: News Articles, 1965-2012Add to your cart.
Los Angeles Times, Chicago Daily Defender, Le Monde, The Boston Globe, Yad Vashem
Sub-Series 3: ObituariesAdd to your cart.
Box 26: Scholarly Articles, 2000-2018, News Articles, Obituaries and Memorials, Websites and Blogs, Reference Articles, Reviews of Books about EllulAdd to your cart.
Folder 58: Steinfels, Peter. "Jacques Ellul, French Critic Of Technology, Is Dead at 82". The New York Times; May 21, 1994.Add to your cart.
[English]
Folder 59: Chicago Tribune. "French theologian Jacques Ellul, 82,". May 22, 1994: Section 2, p. 6., May 22, 1994Add to your cart.
[English]
Folder 61: Christian Century. 6/29/94, viii, issue 20, pg.638, June 29, 1994Add to your cart.
[English]
Folder 62: Andrew Goddard: "Obituary Jacques Ellul (1912-1994)", 1996Add to your cart.
Folder 63: Gill, David. "French Theologian Jacques Ellul Dies at 82." Christianity Today, June 20, 1994, p67, Jun 20, 1994Add to your cart.
[English]
Folder 64: Hope, Samuel. "Homage to Jacques Ellul" Arts Education Policy Review, May/June 1996, vol.97, issue 5, p38Add to your cart.
[English]
Sub-Series 4: Blog Articles & WebsitesAdd to your cart.
Box 26: Scholarly Articles, 2000-2018, News Articles, Obituaries and Memorials, Websites and Blogs, Reference Articles, Reviews of Books about EllulAdd to your cart.
Folder 65: Robert A. Nisbet: "The Grand Illusion: An Appreciation of Jacques Ellul"Add to your cart.
Folder 66: James A. Fowler: "A synopsis and Analysis of the Thought and Writings of Jacques Ellul", 2000Add to your cart.
Folder 67: Peter Bannister: "Jacques Ellul and the Empire of Nonsense- Alternative Visions?", Feb 2011Add to your cart.
Folder 68: David W. Gill: "Jacques Ellul and Technology's Trade-off: When did "hard-working, successful, creative" become our virtues of choice?", March 2012Add to your cart.
Folder 69: Bryan Kibbe: "Apocalyptic Reading in a Technological World: Why We Need Jacques Ellul Today", July 19th, 2013Add to your cart.
Folder 70: Doug Hill: "The Unabomber's favorite Philosopher (and Mine)", June 2012Add to your cart.
Folder 71: Jonathan Wright: "Ellul meets Bazin: The Ethics of Reality and the Photo/Cinema Image", Mar 13, 2017Add to your cart.
Folder 72: L.M Sacasas: "Jacques Ellul On Adaptation of Human Beings to the Technical Milieu", Nov 2017Add to your cart.
Sub-Series 5: Reference ArticlesAdd to your cart.
Box 26: Scholarly Articles, 2000-2018, News Articles, Obituaries and Memorials, Websites and Blogs, Reference Articles, Reviews of Books about EllulAdd to your cart.
Folder 73: Locher, Frances Carol. "Jacques Ellul" in Contemporary Authors, vols. 81?84. Detroit:Gale Research; 1979. Note: pp. 149?151.Add to your cart.
[English]
Folder 74: ObituariesAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 6: Reviews of Books About EllulAdd to your cart.
Box 26: Scholarly Articles, 2000-2018, News Articles, Obituaries and Memorials, Websites and Blogs, Reference Articles, Reviews of Books about EllulAdd to your cart.
Folder 75: Book ReviewsAdd to your cart.
Folder 76: Forrester, D. "Review of Christian perspectives on politics by J. Philip Wogaman". Third Way; October 1988; vol. 11 (no. 10).Add to your cart.

Note: We have the entire issue.

[English]

Folder 77: Book review: Clifford G.C and Jay M. Van Hook; "Jacques Ellul: Interpretive Essays"Add to your cart.
from Journal of Churh and State
Folder 78: Book Review: Paul Tyson; "French Theology for a Philosopher of Technology"Add to your cart.
from Cultural Politics
Folder 79: John Phelan: "The Provocative thoughts of Jacques Ellul"Add to your cart.
Lutheran Reflections on Communication

Browse by Series:

[Series 1: Jacques Ellul: Rare Works & Criticism],
[Series 2: Prints From Hanks Microfilm],
[Series 3: Ellul Manuscripts],
[Series 4: Joyce Main Hanks Material],
[Series 5: Materials by Ellul],
[Series 6: Books & Manuscripts About Ellul],
[Series 7: Articles About Ellul],
[Series 8: Reviews Of Ellul's Books],
[[information restricted]],
[Series 10: Ellul Forum],
[Series 11: Media],
[[information restricted]],
[All]


Page Generated in: 0.296 seconds (using 593 queries).
Using 7.51MB of memory. (Peak of 7.85MB.)

Powered by Archon Version 3.21 rev-3
Copyright ©2017 The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign