Method as identity: manufacturing distance in the academic study of religion

Manufacturing distance in the study of religion -- Method as identity: the battle for identity in the North American academic study of religion -- Ghost stories: how method reveals identity in the study of religions -- Long division: how identity reveals method in the history of religions -- What is...

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Authors: Driscoll, Christopher M. ; Miller, Monica R. 1981-
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: Lanham Boulder New York London Lexington Books [2019]
In:Year: 2019
Volumes / Articles:Show volumes/articles.
Series/Journal:Religion and race
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Science of Religion / Method / Social identity
Further subjects:B Religion Methodology
B Identification (religion)
B Identity (Psychology)
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Summary:Manufacturing distance in the study of religion -- Method as identity: the battle for identity in the North American academic study of religion -- Ghost stories: how method reveals identity in the study of religions -- Long division: how identity reveals method in the history of religions -- What is black about black religious studies?: distinction and diaspora in the maintenance of a field -- What identity is your method?: tracing co-constitution in the twilight of (white) normativity -- Categorical miscegenation: strange bitter fruit and uncertain branches in the field -- N-words and m-words: switching codes, shifting realities, and trading metaphors of authority -- Ghostbusters & paranoiacs
Item Description:Literaturverzeichnis: Seite 219-228
ISBN:149856562X