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Vol 43, No 4 (2014)

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Editorial

Debating a Discipline, Contesting Identities, and the Future of Islamic Studies PDF
Philip L. Tite 1-2

Articles

Rethinking Contested Ground: The Study of Islam in/and the Study of Religions PDF
Matt K. Sheedy 3-6
Follow the Politics... PDF
Ruth Mas 6-13
Thoughts on Dissecting an Octopus: Aaron Hughes, Marshall Hodgson and Navigating the Normative /Descriptive Divide in the Study of Islam PDF
Vernon James Schubel 15-21
Ode to Islamic Studies: Its Allure, Its Danger, Its Power PDF
Edward E. Curtis IV 21-25
Reflections on Jewish Studies PDF
Sarah Imhoff 25-29
Is the Grass Greener? A View from Biblical Studies PDF
James Crossley 29-33
Is Nessie a Naga?: Buddhism in the West and Emerging Strategies of Importation PDF
Joseph P Laycock , Natasha L. Mikles 35-40
Atheism and the Invention of Religion: Notes on History and Anachronism PDF
Richard Amesbury 40-45

Field Notes

A Field Note Reporting from the 2014 NEH Summer Institute “Problems in the Study of Religion,” July 7th – July 25th, 2014 PDF
Natasha LeeAnn Mikles 47-49



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