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Liturgy in postcolonial perspectives : only one is holy

Author: Cláudio Carvalhaes
Publisher: [Basingstoke] : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.
Series: Postcolonialism and religions.
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The liturgical movement has reached a new and novel turn in its development. It was begun to wrestle with what has not yet been engaged -- issuing a call to expand itself into other connections and possibilities. With Liturgy in Postcolonial Perspectives, Claudio Carvalhaes continues this turn. The volume brings together Christian, Jewish, and Muslim scholars from different fields and locations in order to expand  Read more...
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Carvalhaes, Cláudio
Liturgy in Postcolonial Perspectives : Only One Is Holy
New York : Palgrave Macmillan,c2015
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Cláudio Carvalhaes
ISBN: 9781137508270 1137508272
OCLC Number: 910917890
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Introduction; Claudio Carvalhaes --
PART I: MUSLIM AND JEWISH PERSPECTIVES --
1. Returning to the One: Postcolonial Muslim Liturgy; Sophia R. Shafi --
2. Toward a Genuine Congregation: The Form of the Muslim Friday Prayer, Revisited; Shadaab Rahemtulla --
3. After the Holocaust and Israel. On Liturgy and the Postcolonial (Jewish) Prophetic in the New Diaspora; Marc H. Ellis --
PART II: AFRICA AND AFRICAN AMERICAN PERSPECTIVES --
4. The Ethical Implications of Migration on Liturgy: An African Postcolonial Perspective; Beatrice Okyere-Manu --
5. 'Do This in Remembrance of Me:' An African Feminist Contestation of the Embodied Sacred Liturgical Space In The Celebration Of Eucharist; Lilian Siwila --
6. Liturgy and Justice in Postcolonial Zimbabwe: Holy people, Holy places, Holy things in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Zimbabwe (ELCZ); Moyo Herbert --
7. Navigating In Different Seas: Christianity and African Brazilian Religions; Miriam Rosa --
PART III: LATIN AMERICAN PERSPECTIVES --
8. De-Evangelization of the Knees: Epistemology, Osteoporosis and Affliction; Nancy Cardoso Pereira --
9. Ponte A Nuestro Lado! Be on Our Side! The Challenge of the Central American Liberation Theology Masses; Ann Hidalgo --
10. Choosing a Heritage. Some Urban South American Mennonites Reread, Reinvent, and Honor the Tradition; Marisa Strizzi --
11. Liturgy With Your Feet: Romaria da Terra Pilgrimage in Paraǹ, Brazil: Re-Appropriating Liturgical Rites In The Quest For Life Spaces And Their Liberation; Julio Cezar Adam --
PART IV: OCEANIA, ASIA, AND ASIAN AMERICAN PERSPECTIVES --
12. A New Zealand Prayer Book = He Karakia Mihinare o Aotearoa: A Study in Post-colonial Liturgy; Storm Swain --
13. Liturgical Time and Tehching Hsieh; Gerald Liu --
14. Postcolonial Reading of Liturgy in India During The Colonial/Postcolonial Period As A Mode of Resistance; C. I. David Joy --
15. Baptism as Crossing Beyond Belonging?; HyeRan Kim-Cragg --
PART V: EUROPE, EUROPEAN AMERICAN, NATIVE AMERICAN AND USA PERSPECTIVES --
16. A Flagging Peace?; Siobhan Garrigan --
17. Holy Crumbs, Table Habits And (Dis)placing Conversations ; Beyond 'Only One Is Holy,'; Michael N. Jagessar --
18. Puzzling Over Postcolonial Liturgical Heteroglossia: In Search of Liturgical Decoloniality And Dialogic Orthodoxy; Kristine Suna-Koro --
19. When Seminaries Get Stuck; Stephen Burns --
20. The Cherokee Stomp Dance: A Case Study of Post-Colonial Native American Contextualization; Corky Alexander --
21. Postcolonial Whiteness: Being With In Worship; Sharon Fennema.
Series Title: Postcolonialism and religions.
Responsibility: edited by Cláudio Carvalhaes.

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