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Vol 25, No 2 (2012)

Religion and Postcolonialism

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Special Issue: This issue was edited by Purushottama Bilimoria

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial Introduction: Religion and Postcolonialism PDF
Purushottama Bilimoria 97-101

Articles

Revisiting Postcolonialism and Religion PDF
Morny Joy 102-122
Philosophy in an Age of Postcolonialism PDF
Joseph Prabhu 123-138
Liberation Theology as a Postcolonial Critique of Theological Reason: PDF
Andrew B. Irvine 139-162
The Autoethnographic Genre and Buddhist Studies: Reflections of a Postcolonial ‘Western Buddhist’ Convert PDF
Edwin Ng 163-184
Sikh Dharam and Postcolonialism: Hegel, Religion and Zizek PDF
Balbinder Singh Bhogal 185-213

Book Reviews

Graham Harvey (ed.), Religions in Focus: New Approaches to Tradition and Contemporary Practices. Equinox, London, 2009, pp. i-vii + 366, ISBN 978-1-84553- 217-8 (Hbk). PDF
Gary Bouma 214-215
Pinar Ilkkaracan (ed.), Deconstructing Sexuality in the Middle East: Challenges and Discourses. Ashgate, Hampshire, 2008, pp. xi + 218, ISBN 978-0-7546-7235-7 (Hbk). PDF
Sarah Penicka-Smith 216-217
Paul Hedges, Controversies in Interreligious Dialogue and the Theology of Religions. SCM Press, London, 2010, pp. 287, ISBN 978-0-3340-4211-2. PDF
Gavin D'Costa 218-219
Henri Gooren, Religious Conversion and Disaf PDF
Ian Forest-Jones 220-221
Samina Yasmeen (ed.), Muslims in Australia: The Dynamics of Exclusion and Inclusion. Islamic Studies Series, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 2010, pp. xi + 330, ISBN 978-0-522-85637-8. PDF
Roxanne Marcotte 222-223



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