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Vol 32, No 2-3 (2019)

Special Issue: Religion Studies Autobiographies

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Guest Edited by Douglas Ezzy and Carole M. Cusack

Table of Contents


Editorial Introduction: Religion Studies Autobiographies PDF
Douglas Ezzy , Carole M. Cusack 114-116


Tales from a Life in the Sociology of Religion PDF
Gary Bouma 117-130
Religion and Politics over a Career PDF
Marion Maddox 131-144
Sisyphus and I: Or, Theologians I Have Known in Three Decades as Religionswissenschaftler PDF
Will Sweetman 145-165
Anthropology and Religion Studies: A Personal and Academic Symbiosis PDF
Lynne Hume 166-181
Reflections on an Academic Pursuit of Religion PDF
Milad Milani 182-195
A Sociologist among the Spirits PDF
Andrew Singleton 196-206
Histories of Religious Identity and the Irish PDF
Dianne Hall 207-219
Studying Religion in the Land of the Long White Cloud PDF
Geoffrey Troughton 220-233
A Personal and Scholarly Reflection on Sociology of Religion, Peacebuilding and Spaciousness PDF
Anna Halafoff 234-247
An Italian-born Belgo-Australian Sociologist of Religion PDF
Adam Possamai 248-261

Book Reviews

Matthew Bowman, Christian: The Politics of a Word in America PDF
Alex Deagon 262-264
Hsun Chang and Benjamin Penny (eds), Religion in Taiwan and China:Locality and Transmission. PDF
Sarah Veeck 265-266
Carole M. Cusack, John W. Morehead and Venetia Laura Delano Robertson (eds), The Sacred in Fantastic Fandom: Essays on the Intersectionof Religion and Pop Culture PDF
Liz Wong 267-269
Massimo Introvigne, The Plymouth Brethren PDF
Carole M. Cusack 270-271
Luigi Berzano, The Fourth Secularisation: Autonomy of Individual Lifestyles PDF
Carole M. Cusack 272-274

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