Tag Archives: Method and Theory in the Study of Religion

Looking Over and Overlooking

by Russell McCutcheon This post originally appeared on the Studying Religion in Culture blog of the University of Alabama. Malory Nye’s tweet, the other day, got me thinking… So I replied: For a while, now, I’ve had this feeling: as … Continue reading

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Reflections on Wittgenstein

This post originally appeared on the author’s blog. by Adam T. Miller If you’re friends with me on Facebook, you may have noticed a recent spell of Wittgenstein quotes as status updates. This is because I’ve been doing a quick … Continue reading

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NAASR 2013 Annual Meeting, Baltimore

NORTH AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF RELIGION 2013 ANNUAL MEETING, BALTIMORE Executive Council Meeting Fri, Nov 22, 8:30-10am—Hilton Baltimore, Calloway B “Is There a Religious Mode of Production?: Economic Aspects of Sacrifice and Related Behaviors Fri, Nov 22, 10am-12:30pm—Hilton Baltimore, … Continue reading

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Method and Theory in the Study of Religion: An Interview with Aaron Hughes (Part 2)

Interview by Matt Sheedy This is the second and final instalment of an interview with Aaron Hughes, editor of Method and Theory in the Study of Religion. Part one of the interview can be found here.   Matt Sheedy: As a … Continue reading

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Method and Theory in the Study of Religion: An Interview with Aaron Hughes (Part 1)

Interview by Matt Sheedy Aaron Hughes is the current editor of Method and Theory in the Study of Religion and has generously agreed to talk with the Bulletin about his recent appointment and vision for the journal. He is professor … Continue reading

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