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    ISBN: 9783030413880
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource(X, 255 p. 10 illus.)
    Edition: 1st ed. 2020.
    Series Statement: Springer eBook Collection
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    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Conference "Religion, Bridging Gaps and Breaking Paths" (2017 : Berlin) Religion in motion
    Keywords: Religion—Philosophy. ; Religion and sociology. ; Gender identity—Religious aspects. ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Konferenzschrift ; Religion ; Globalisierung
    Abstract: Chapter 1. Introduction -- Chapter 2. Arjun Appadurai and Michael Lambek (Jordan Kynes) -- Part 1. Religion, Gender, Body and Aesthetics: Stagnation or Change in the Authority over Religious Knowledge Production (Vanessa Rau) -- Chapter 3. Feminine power and agency in the Ilê Axé Oxum Abalô (Inga Scharf da Silva) -- Chapter 4. Queering the Trinity (Teresa Forcades) -- Chapter 5. Dead or Dying: Jewish Religious Cultures and Brain Death as the Modern Mind-Body Dualism (Sarah Werren) -- Chapter 6. Religion, interdependency and the ethics of inhabiting in Jill Soloway’s »Transparent« (Stefan Hunglinger) -- Chapter 7. Contesting Religion, or: The Impossibility of Secular Singing (Vanessa Rau) -- Part 2. Religion and Economics – Interaction of Two Discursive Spheres (Philipp Öhlmann) -- Chapter 8. Neoliberal Technologies, Intimacy and the Becoming of the Sacred (Céline Righi) -- Chapter 9. Faith and Professionalism in Humanitarian Encounters in Post-Earthquake Haiti (Andrea Steinke) -- Chapter 10. Notions of Development in African Initiated Churches and their Implications for Development Policy (Philipp Öhlmann, Marie-Luise Frost, Wilhelm Gräb) -- Part 3. The Praxis of Religion, Theologies and Knowledge Production: Overcoming the Dichotomy between Inside and Outside Perspective(s) on Religion (Julian Hensold, Rosa-Coco Schinagl) -- Chapter 11. The Study of Religion as the Study of Discourse Construction (Gerhard van den Heever) -- Chapter 12. Beyond a Dichotomy of Perspectives. Understanding Religion on the Base of Paul Natorp’s »Logic of Boundary« (Julian Hensold) -- Chapter 13. Scientific Spirituality«: The Religion for Global Thought Transformation(Manaswita Singh) -- Chapter 14. An Islamic Theology of Culture: Nizari Ismaili Thought in the 21st Century (Mohammad Magout) -- Part 4. Religion, Politics and Power — Decentered analyses (Jordan Kynes, Adela Taleb) -- Chapter 15. Religious or political – Does it matter at all? The Analysis of a Blessing Prayer-Chain for the Hungarian Prime Minister (Anna Vancsó) -- Chapter 16. Rethinking the Religion/Secularism Binary in World Politics (Md. Abdul Gaffar) -- Chapter 17. Making Global Connections: Reflections on Teaching Islam and Middle Eastern History (Arun Rasiah) -- Chapter 18. Configurations of European Muslim Subjectivities on the European Union Level (Adela Taleb) -- Chapter 19. Science and Ideology: The History of Science in the French Epistemological Tradition as Polemical Platform for the Anticolonial Intellectual Project of Muhammad ‘Abed al-Jabri (Jordan Kynes).
    Abstract: This volume explores the context-specific formations of religion and religious knowledge production in an increasingly unstable and incalculable globalized world. In the spirit of the challenging slogan, “Religion in Motion. Rethinking Religion, Knowledge and Discourse in a Globalizing World,” the book bundles voices from a great variety of cultural and academic backgrounds. It offers readers a cross-continental exchange of innovative approaches in the study of religion. Coverage intersects religion, gender, economics, and politics. In addition, it de-centers European perspectives and brings in perspectives from the Global South. Chapters examine such topics as feminine power and agency in the Ilê Axé Oxum Abalô, queering the Trinity, and faith and professionalism in humanitarian encounters in post-earthquake Haiti. Coverage also explores notions of development in African initiated churches and their implications for development policy, the study of religion as the study of discourse construction, rethinking the religion/secularism binary in world politics, and more. This book will appeal to students and researchers with an interest in Religion and Society, Philosophy and Religion, and Religion and Gender.
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