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Vol 22, No 3-4 (2019)

Special Issue: Twenty Years After - The Ideology of Religious Studies

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Guest Editors: Teemu Taira and Suzanne Owen

Table of Contents


Twenty Years After The Ideology of Religious Studies PDF
Teemu Taira , Suzanne Owen 265-267


The Ideology of Religious Studies Then and Now: The Author’s View PDF
Timothy Fitzgerald 268-290
The Historicization of “Religion” and The Devastation of Study of Religion Departments: Siamese Twins or Contingent Acquaintances? PDF
Teemu Taira 291-308
Timothy Fitzgerald and the Revival of Religious Studies PDF
Naomi Goldenberg 309-318
The End of Religious Studies (as we knew it) PDF
Suzanne Owen 319-330
Religion as the Transmission of An Authoritative Tradition: The Significance of Timothy Fitzgerald’s Critique of Religious Studies for a Socially Embedded Definition of Religion PDF
James L. Cox 331-348
Critical Thinking Begins at Home: On Making a Shift in the Study of Religion PDF
Russell T. McCutcheon 349-372
Islam as a Challenge to The Ideology of Religious Studies: Failures of Religious Studies in the Middle East PDF
Alexander Henley 373-390
Connecting Fitzgerald and Latour for the Sake of Democratic Religious Studies PDF
Milan Fujda 391-412
“Religion” and “Politics”: A Japanese Case PDF
Mitsutoshi Horii 413-428
The Relevance of Fitzgerald’s Critical Approach to the Study of Religions in Asia PDF
Ilaria Vecchi 429-438


Response to Contributors PDF
Timothy Fitzgerald 439-467

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