The Future of the Study of Religion: Proceedings of Congress 2000

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Slavica Jakelić, Lori Pearson
BRILL, 1 sty 2004 - 332
This volume brings together diverse voices from various fields within religious and theological studies for a conversation about the proper objects, goals, and methods for the study of religion in the twenty-first century. It approaches these questions by way of the most recent contemporary challenges, debates, and developments in the field, and provides a forum in which contending perspectives are tested and contested by their proponents and opponents. Contributors address topics such as: the connection between the 'normative' and the 'scientific' approaches to the study of religion, the meaning of religion in a context of globalization, the relation between religious studies and religious traditions, the viability of comparative and cultural studies of religious phenomena, and the future of gender studies in religion.
 

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Slavica Jakelic, Ph.D. (1997) Boston University, is a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Center on Religion and Democracy, University of Virginia. She has edited (with J. Varsoke) Crossing Boundaries: From Syria to Slovakia, (IWM, Vienna 2003).
Lori Pearson, Th.D. (2002) Harvard University, is Assistant Professor of Religion at Carleton College. She has published various articles on Ernst Troeltsch.

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