Table of Contents – Religious Studies & Theology 37.2 (2018)

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Religious Studies and Theology

Issue 37.2 (2018)
table of contents


Editorial Preface-open access
Aboriginal-non-Aboriginal Relationships: A Focus on Healing
Catherine Caufield

Missionaries as Interpreters: An Examination of Oblate Father Léon Doucet’s Account of the Treaty 7 Negotiations at Blackfoot Crossing in 1877
Bronwyn Evans

Are Missionaries from Mars and Nuns from Venus? Gender Relations in the Oblate Missions of the Canadian North-west
Raymond Huel

Bridging Worlds: The Ambiguities of la mission ambulante with the Métis, Plains Cree and Blackfoot during the Great Transformation (1860–1880)
Mario Giguère

A Nun from Québec, a Métisse from Good Hope, and a Gwich’in from Peels River: Three Women’s Stories of Sickness in the Mackenzie District (1909–1925)
Walter Vanast

Reflection from the Field
Reflections of a Principal and Supply Superintendent of Schools in the North-west Territories (1957–1966) and a Supply Superintendent of Schools in the Province of Alberta (1967–1969): A Comparison
William Bock

Reconciliation: A Priest’s Path Alongside Indigenous Spirituality
Rochelle Ledoux Molgat

Culture of Encounter: Reconciliation and Integration of the Anishinabe and the Catholic
Rosella Kinoshameg , Paul Robson

Healing in Our Midst
Eva Solomon

Four Directions Ministry
Sylvain Lavoie

Book Reviews-open access
Christian Animism, by Shawn Sanford Beck and Towards a Prairie Atonment, by Trevor Herriot
Christopher Hrynkow

Writing Religion: The Case for the Critical Study of Religion, edited by Steven W. Ramey
Zeba Crook

Big Dreams: The Science of Dreaming and the Origins of Religion, by Kelly Bulkeley
Dorothy J. Steffler

Engaging the Thought of Bernard Lonergan, by Louis Roy
Bradford McCall

Robert Holcot, by John T. Slotemaker and Jeffrey C. Witt
David Lyle Jeffrey

Catherine Caufield, Concordia University of Edmonton, Canada

Book Review Editor
Steven Muir, Concordia University of Edmonton, Canada

Religious Studies and Theology

ISSN: 0829-2922 (print)
ISSN: 1747-5414 (online)

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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