Religion and Society: Advances in Research vol. 2

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Volume 2

Contents

Introduction

Simon Coleman and Ramon Sarró: Dialogues and Trajectories

I. PORTRAIT РJos̩ Casanova

De-Privatization, the Public Sphere and Popular Religion Hubert Knoblauch

Public and Private in the Study of Religion: Innovative Approaches Grace Davie

Casanova, Asad and the Public Debate on Religion in Modern Societies Kim Knibbe

Toward a Post-Weberian Sociology of Global Religions Manuel A. Vásquez

From Modernization, to Secularization, to Globalization: An Autobiographical Self-Reflection José Casanova

II. ARTICLES

Encountering the Supernatural: A Phenomenological Account of Mind Julia Cassaniti and Tanya Luhrmann

The Case for Religious Transmission: Time and Transmission in the Anthropology of Christianity Vlad Naumescu

On and Off the Margin: The Anthropology of Contemporary Jewry Andrew Buckser

Inter-Publics’: Hindu Mobilization Beyond the Bourgeoisie Public Sphere Ursula Rao

Pentecostalism and ‘National Culture’: A Dialogue Between Brazilian Social Sciences and the Anthropology of Christianity Cecilia Mariz and Roberta Campos

III. DEBATE SECTION: RELIGION AND VIOLENCE

Religious Violence as Folklore

William T. Cavanaugh

Reflections on ‘Religious Violence’: Reconsidering Durkheim Wendy James

Religion and Civil War in Africa: Durkheim and Douglas Revisited Paul Richards

IV. AN AUTHOR MEETS HER CRITICS

Around Ruth Marshall’s Political Spiritualities: The Pentecostal Revolution in Nigeria

Comments

John Peel, Daniel Smith, Joel Robbins, Jean-François Bayart

Response to Comments

Ruth Marshall

V. TEACHING ANTHROPOLOGY OF RELIGION

The Anthropology of Religious Controversy: A Masters Level Course Peter Collins and Yulia Egorova

VI. NEWS

VII. BOOKS AND FILMS REVIEWS