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Filled with the Spirit—Of John Corrigan's Emptiness

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  27 May 2016

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I first encountered the work of John Corrigan in graduate school. Catherine L. Albanese had assigned his book Business of the Heart in a seminar I was taking. I loved the book, but also felt troubled by it. It focused on religious revivals, a topic I was very interested in. But his approach to revival was clearly not my approach to revival. Corrigan used a mid-nineteenth century religious awakening to offer a compelling and innovative look at a subject I had never considered historically—emotions. Corrigan was asking different questions of his sources than I did, and as a result, he came to very different conclusions than I would have.

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2 Ibid., 10.

3 Ibid., 12.

4 Ibid., 8.

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