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Table of Contents — Religions of South Asia 9.2

Religions of South Asia

Editors
Simon Brodbeck, Cardiff University
Dermot Killingley, Newcastle University
Anna King, University of Winchester

Book Review Editor
Suzanne Newcombe, Inform

Religions of South Asia
http://equinoxpub.com/ROSA

ISSN: 1751-2697

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Dr. Homa Hoodfar arrested in Iran and Call to Action for Friends and Members of the CSSR

Dr. Homa Hoodfar arrested in Iran and Call to Action for Friends and Members of the CSSR

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"Nothing Could be Further from the Truth: Collected Columns of Reed M.N. Weep, 1997-2011" — New book and discount by Equinox

Equinox is pleased to announce the publication of

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Nothing Could be Further from the Truth
Collected Columns of Reed M.N. Weep, 1997-2011
Reed M.N. Weep*
Edited by Allumno Sinllanto**

PB US$22.95 9781781791462
162 pages

"The Imagined Sky: Cultural Perspectives" — New book and discount by Equinox

Equinox is delighted to announce the publication of

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The Imagined Sky
Cultural Perspectives
Edited by Darrelyn Gunzburg, University of Wales Trinity St David

hb ISBN 9781781791677
US$100
pb ISBN 9781781791684
US$39.95
286 pages, 97 figures

These essays offer critical engagement in understanding the sky in human imagination and culture.

CSSR Members receive 25% off when quoting the code Sky

A Note from Rubina Ramji, CSSR's Outgoing President, 2016

Dear CSSR/SCÉR Members and Friends,

As I step down as President, I would like to share some news and thoughts with you all. It has been an honour to work with the Executive and I would like to thank them each publicly for their hard work and dedication to the society.

Relance et libre accès de RELIGIOLOGIQUES, no 32, printemps/automne 2015 / Relaunch and free access of Religiologiques, No. 32, Spring / Fall 2015

Table of Contents — Bulletin for the Study of Religion Issue 45.1 (2016)

Bulletin for the Study of Religion

Issue 45.1 (2016) table of contents

Editorial- open access
Religious Diversity: Transitions, Intersections, Flashpoints, and Institutions
Lori G. Beaman
https://journals.equinoxpub.com/index.php/BSOR/article/view/30312

Table of Contents for Fieldwork in Religion, Issue 10.2 (2015)

Fieldwork in Religion

Issue 10.2 (2015) table of contents

Editorial- open access
Ron Geaves
https://journals.equinoxpub.com/index.php/FIR/article/view/30122

Table of Contents for Implicit Religion, Issue 19.1 (2016)

Implicit Religion
Issue 19.1 (2016) table of contents

In Memoriam:
Reverend Canon Professor Dr
Edward Ian Bailey 1935-2015

Editorial
For Edward Bailey
William J. F. Keenan
https://journals.equinoxpub.com/index.php/IR/article/view/30002

Table of Contents - Buddhist Studies Review, Issue 32.2

Buddhist Studies Review

Issue 32.2 (2015) table of contents

Editorial
Peter Harvey
https://journals.equinoxpub.com/index.php/BSR/article/view/29798

Articles
The Liberative Role of Jhānic Joy (Pīti) and Pleasure (Sukha) in the Early Buddhist Path to Awakening
Keren Arbel
https://journals.equinoxpub.com/index.php/BSR/article/view/28328

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