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After world religions : reconstructing religious studies

Author: Christopher R Cotter
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016.
Series: Religion in culture.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher R Cotter
ISBN: 9781138919129 1138919128 9781138919136 1138919136
OCLC Number: 912377580
Description: xvii, 203 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Foreword: Before the 'After' in 'After World Religions'--Wilfred Cantwell Smith on the meaning and end of religion / James L. Cox --
Introduction: the world religions paradigm in contemporary religious studies / Christopher R. Cotter and David G. Robertson --
The problem of 'religions': teaching against the grain with 'new age stuff' / Steven J. Sutcliffe --
'Not a task for amateurs': graduate instructors and critical theory in the world religions classroom / Tara Baldrick-Morrone, Michael Graziano and Brad Stoddard --
The critical embrace: teaching the world religions paradigm as data / Steven W. Ramey --
Religion as ideology: recycled culture vs. world religions / Craig Martin --
Doing things with 'religion': a discursive approach in rethinking the world religions paradigm / Teemu Taira --
Looking back on the end of religion: opening re Marx / Paul-François Tremlett --
The sacred alternative / Suzanne Owen --
The Desjardins diet for world religions paradigm loss / Michel Desjardins --
Narrating the USA's religious pluralism: escaping world religions through media / David W. McConeghy --
Archaeology and the world religions paradigm: the European Neolithic, religion and cultural imperialism / Carole M. Cusack --
Complex learning and the world religions paradigm: teaching religion in a shifting subject landscape / Dominic Corrywright --
Afterword: On utility and limits / Russell T. McCutcheon.
Series Title: Religion in culture.
Responsibility: edited by Christopher R. Cotter and David G. Robertson.

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"This book will give a fresh impetus to debate in religious studies and religious education journals, and further volumes exploring the issues will appear as a result."Timothy Fitzgerald, University Read more...

 
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