Monthly Archives: November 2012

Religion / not religion – a discourse analysis

By Suzanne Owen In the study of indigenous religions, one of the issues a scholar faces is the gap between self-representation and scholarly classification, particularly with regard to the concept of ‘religion’. So how does the scholar of religion approach … Continue reading

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Imagining Identity

by Craig Martin What if we, as scholars, told the following narrative? In the first century there was a man named Jesus who invented a magical spool of invisible thread. He carried the spool with him everywhere he traveled as … Continue reading

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Political Bodies and a Touch of Pain: An Interview with Darlene Juschka, Part 2

Darlene Juschka is a cross-appointed Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies and Religious Studies at the University of Regina, in Saskatchewan Canada. Juschka is well-published in both fields; her works include Feminism in the Study of Religion: A Reader, (ed. 2001) and Political … Continue reading

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