The Bloomsbury Reader in Cultural Approaches to the Study of Religion (KINDLE)

Nding boundaries Gloria Anzalda's work on borders and languages Judith Butler's critiue of gender and sex norms Saba Mahmood's Expansion On The Critiue Of Mahmood's expansion on the critiue of secularizing demandsReflecting the cultural turn and extending the existing canon this is the anthology instructors Have Been Waiting ForFor Further Detail On The Theorists Discussed been waiting forFor further detail On The Theorists Discussed Consult Cultural Approaches the theorists discussed consult Cultural Approaches Studying Religion An Introduction to Theories and Methods edited by Sarah J Bloesch and Meredith Minister. The Bloomsbury Reader in Cultural Approaches to the Study of ReligionThis is the first reader "TO GATHER PRIMARY SOURCES FROM INFLUENTIAL THEORISTS OF THE " gather primary sources from influential theorists of the 20th and early 21st centuries in one place presenting the wide ranging and nuanced theoretical debates occurring in the field of religious studies Each chapter focuses on a major theorist and contains an introduction contextualizing their ey in the field of religious studies Each chapter focuses on a major theorist and contains an introduction contextualizing their ey one or two selections representative of the theorist's innovative methodological approaches discussion uestions to extend and deepen reader engagementDivide. .
D in three sections the first part includes foundational comparative debates Mary Douglas's articulation of purity and impurity Phyllis Trible's methods of reading sacred texts Wendy Doniger's comparative mythology Catherine Bell's reimagining "Of Religious And Secular " religious and secular part focuses on methodological particularity Alice Walker's use of narrative Charles Long's critiue of Caroline Walker Bynum's emphasis on gender and materialityThe third section focuses on expa.

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