Table of Contents — Religious Studies and Theology Issue 35.2 (2016)

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Religious Studies and Theology
Issue 35.2 (2016) table of contents


Editorial Preface
Food and Religion
Anne Vallely

Feeding the Fire: Food and Reciprocity Among the Dene
David S. Walsh

Dominion in Christian Farming
Suzanne Armstrong

From Ancient Vegetarianism to Contemporary Advocacy: When Religious Folks Decide that Animals Are No Longer Edible
Brianne Donaldson

From the Goddess Guanyin to Señor Santo Niño: Chinese and Filipino Restaurant Religion in Canada
Alison R. Marshall

Cookbooks are Our Texts: Reading An Immigrant Community Through their Cookbooks
Norma Baumel Joseph

How Gelatin Becomes an Essential Symbol of Muslim Identity: Food Practice as a Lens into the Study of Religion and Migration
Rachel Brown

Book Reviews- open access
Religion and Popular Culture: A Cultural Studies Approach, by Chris Klassen. Oxford University Press, 2014
Reviewed by Bill Anderson

Mixed Blessings: Indigenous Encounters with Christianity in Canada, edited by Tolly Bradford and Chelsea Horton. University of British Columbia Press, 2016
Reviewed by Catherine Caufield

Reconceiving Infertility. Biblical Perspectives on Procreation and Childlessness, by Candida R. Moss and Joel S. Baden. Princeton University Press, 2015
Felice Lifschitz

Divine Enjoyment: A Theology of Passion and Exuberance, by Elaine Padilla. Fordham University Press, 2014
Bradford McCall

Catherine Caufield, Athabasca University

Consulting Editors
Willi Braun, University of Alberta
Earle Waugh,University of Alberta

Book Review Editor
Steven Muir

Religious Studies and Theology

ISSN: 1747-5414

Religious Studies and Theology is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes thoughtful original research of an interdisciplinary nature with significance to the various fields of Religious Studies and Theology. International contributors from many disciplines explore understandings of the workings of religion and spirituality in the contemporary world. We also give special attention to studies on religion and religious communities in Canada with regard to the place of this nation in our interconnected global community.

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