Monthly Archives: March 2016

For the Good or the Guild? Scholars Respond to Kate Daley-Bailey: Jack Fitzmier

In this series, a number of scholars respond to Kate Daley-Bailey’s provocative essay, “For  the Good or the ‘Guild’: An Open Letter to the American Academy of Religion,” which appears in the most recent issue of the Bulletin journal, Vol 44, No. … Continue reading

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Revolutionary Love: Scholars Respond to the AAR’s 2016 Conference Theme: Craig Prentiss

In this new series with the Bulletin, we’ve asked a number of scholars to weigh-in on the theme of this year’s upcoming annual conference for the American Academy of Religion in San Antonio, TX, “revolutionary love.” Our aim is to provide … Continue reading

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Towards a psychology of nonreligion within a psychology of religion?

Note: This post initially appeared on the American Psychological Association blog. Thomas J. Coleman III, David F. Bradley, & Alex Uzdavines Today’s psychology of religion has deep historical roots in the version of Protestant Christianity popular in the late 19th … Continue reading

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For the Good or the Guild? Scholars Respond to Kate Daley-Bailey: Charles McCrary

In this series, a number of scholars respond to Kate Daley-Bailey’s provocative essay, “For  the Good or the ‘Guild’: An Open Letter to the American Academy of Religion,” which appears in the most recent issue of the Bulletin journal, Vol 44, … Continue reading

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Unnatural Groups and Protests in India

by Steven Ramey Note: This post originally appeared on the Studying Religion in Culture blog at the University of Alabama. Group identifications are not something inherent or automatic; they require work to construct and maintain, and that work only makes … Continue reading

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