Now Published: Bulletin for the Study of Religion 46.2 (June 2017)

We are pleased to announce the publication of the June 2017 issue of the Bulletin for the Study of Religion in both online and in print formats. This issue focuses on the theme of “teaching and theorizing religion and food”. This issue brings together a wonderful collection of articles, engaging pedagogical and theoretical perspectives on a data set often overlooked in the study of “religion”.



Table of Contents

Bulletin for the Study of Religion Volume 46, Issue 2

(June 2017)

“Teaching and Theorizing Religion and Food” Philip L. Tite (University of Washington) – (p. 2) [Editor’s introduction – Open Access]

“Food Matters: Tasting, Teaching, Theorizing Religion and Food” Martha L. Finch (Missouri State University) – (p. 3-8)

“Bread Beyond Borders: Food as a Lens Into Tweed’s Theory of Religion” Rachel Diane Brown (University of Evansville) – (p. 9-17)

“Making Sense of Religion and Food” Emily Bailey (Towson University) – (p. 18-24)

“Am I a Buddhist Because I am Vegetarian? Teaching at the Intersections of Religion and Food” Jason W. M. Ellsworth (Dalhousie University/University of Prince Edward Island) – (p. 26-29)

“A Recipe for Success, or for Assignment Starvation? When Students Wanted an Assignment Outline, What I Gave Instead, and What Happened Next” Aldea Mulhern (University of Toronto – (30-36)

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