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Better get to know the AAR’s Comparative Approaches to Religion and Violence group

Editor’s note: “Better get to know” a program unit, working group, or organization is a new feature with the Bulletin that aims to engage with various religious studies groups in the critical-historical and analytic theoretical traditions. Ipsita Chatterjea: Thank you for … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: “Visual Culture” and “Religious Studies”

This call originally appeared in Method and Theory in the Study of Religion 25 (2013) 132-135 The many areas and phenomena that are of interest to religious studies are undoubtedly those in which humanity’s visual inventiveness and creativity have been most at their … Continue reading

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The Legacy of Structuralism: An Interview with Paul-François Tremlett (Part 1)

I interviewed Paul-François Tremlett in early 2012, hoping to draw out some of the links between his 2008 book Lévi-Strauss on Religion: The Structuring Mind (Equinox Publishing) and the relevance of the anthropologist Claude Lévi-Strauss for the contemporary study of … Continue reading

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