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Transcendental Meditation in the Midwest

27 Jun

Northwest Iowa Center for Regional Studies

Last month I posted a notice about Joseph Weber’s new book on Transcendental Meditation centered in Fairfield, Iowa.

Now Paul Putz has a review of the book at Religion in American History. You can find it here: Religion in American History: Transcendental Meditation in the Midwest.

Also, I have finally had the time to read the book. It is well worth reading, and, like Putz, it gets me thinking about religion and the Midwest anew …

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Transcendental Meditation in Iowa

7 May

Northwest Iowa Center for Regional Studies

Transcendental Meditation (TM) in Iowa? Yes, if you know anything about Fairfield, IA in the late 20th century.

A new book by University of Nebraska journalism professor Joseph Weber is now out, and it is a study of TM in Fairfield, IA.

Here’s the publisher’s website on the book: Transcendental Meditation in America | University of Iowa Press.

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