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Table of Contents


Challenges, Perspectives, and Directions in the Study of Religion: Reassessing Theoretical and Professional Assumptions PDF
Philip L. Tite 2


Beyond Cynicism: A Sampling of Current Work in the Swiss Study of Religion PDF
Russell T. McCutcheon 3-6
Is CAM Religious? The Methodological Problems of Categorizing Complementary and Alternative Medicine in the Study of Religion PDF
Barbara Zeugin 6-8
Siblings Veiled by Ideology? Reflections on the Epistemological Kinship between the Phenomenology of Religion and Soviet Scientific Atheism PDF
Stefan Ragaz 8-10
The Guru is a Donut: Applications of Social Network Theory to the Study of Religion PDF
Vanessa Lange 10-12
Preconditions of the Post-Theoretical: Periodizing the Study of Religion PDF
David Atwood 12-14
Rethinking Islamkritik: Notes of a Hazy German Debate PDF
Benedikt Erb 14-17
On Becoming a Lucid Theoretical Dreamer. Reflections on Academic Work Venturing Outside its Local Knowledge System PDF
Anne Beutter 17-19
Failed Theory, Cynicism, and the Study of Religion PDF
Anja Kirsch 19-22
For the Good or the “Guild”: Responses to Kate Daley-Bailey’s Open Letter to the American Academy of Religion PDF
Jack Fitzmier , Charles McCrary , Kerry Danner , Jason Sager , Helen Ramirez , Kate Daley-Bailey 24-38

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