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"Jesus and Addiction to Origins: Toward an Anthropocentric Study of Religion" by Willi Braun, and edited by Russell T. McCutcheon - New Publication and Discount Code from Equinox Publishers

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Jesus and Addiction to Origins
Toward an Anthropocentric Study of Religion

Willi Braun, University of Alberta
edited by Russell T. McCutcheon, University of Alabama
with an Afterword by William E. Arnal, University of Regina

series: NAASR Working Papers edited by Brad Stoddard, McDaniel College
216 pages
available in HB, PB and ebook editions

Table of Contents for Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses - Volume: 49, Number: 4 (December 2020)

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Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses- Volume: 49, Number: 4 (December 2020)

Articles
Soutenir le développement du pouvoir d’agir : une composante essentielle des soins spirituels au Québec
Jacques Cherblanc and Guy Jobin

Measuring religious polarization: Application with American and Canadian data
Maryam Dilmaghani

The ‘mystical’ and the ‘modern’: Mutual entanglement and multiple interactions
Saeed Zarrabi-Zadeh

"Applying for the CGSM MA SSHRC Grant” - Online Workshop for students from all Canadian Universities on October 29, 2020

To provide support for domestic MA applicants, the Department for the Study of Religion at the University of Toronto will be implementing 3 new initiatives:

1. We will be hosting a workshop on “Applying for the CGSM MA SSHRC Grant” which is open to students from all universities in Canada. Students from religion undergraduate programs as well as cognate fields (e.g. History, Anthropology, Political Science, Indigenous Studies, etc.) are welcome to attend. This workshop will be run by Professor Amira Mittermaier on Thursday October 29th from 2:00 to 3:00pm.

Table of Contents for Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses (Volume 49, Number 3, September 2020)

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Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses- Volume: 49, Number: 3 (September 2020)

Special Section / Dossier Spécial (Lieux et Espaces du Religieux)

Introduction : Une « revanche de la géographie » ?
Frédéric Dejean

Détournement des espaces et gestion asymétrique du religieux dans les établissements d’enseignement supérieur québécois
Frédéric Dejean, Bertrand Lavoie, and David Koussens

"Ritual and Democracy: Protests, Publics and Performances" edited by Pike, Salomonsen, and Tremlett - New publication and discount code from Equinox Publishers

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Ritual and Democracy
Protests, Publics and Performances
Edited by Sarah M. Pike (California State University, Chico), Jone Salomonsen (University of Oslo) and Paul-François Tremlett (The Open University)
184pp
HB US$100
PB US$32
ebook US$32 (individuals) US$100 (institutions, multi-user)

Centre for Studies in Religion & Society (CSRS) Newsletter is available

Centre for Studies in Religion & Society (CSRS) Newsletter is out and ready for folks to read!

It contains lots of information about our next year at the CSRS and includes short articles by our in-house fellows for this year.

You can find it here: https://www.uvic.ca/research/centres/csrs/assets/docs/2020-2021-csrs-new...

"Hijacked: A Critical Treatment of the Public Rhetoric of Good and Bad Religion" edited by Dorrough Smith, Führding and Hermann - New publication and discount code from Equinox Publishers

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Hijacked: A Critical Treatment of the Public Rhetoric of Good and Bad Religion

Edited by Leslie Dorrough Smith (Avila University), Steffen Führding (Leibniz University Hannover) and Adrian Hermann (University of Bonn)

Series: NAASR Working Papers edited by Brad Stoddard (McDaniel College)

234 pages

HB US$100

PB US$32

ebook US$32 individuals US$100 institutions (multi-user)

IAHR Questionnaire Regarding Feasibility of Online Gatherings - responses due by August 27, 2020



To: Officers of IAHR Member Associations/Societies and Affiliates,

Dear Colleagues,

Due to COVID-19, both the 2020 World Congress and the business meetings (International Committee meeting and General Assembly) have been cancelled.

However, considering the prolonged effects of the pandemic and increased ecological concerns, it may be timely to ask you a few questions about online gatherings. We, the IAHR Executive Committee, would appreciate your observations and opinions.

"Buddhist Responses to Religious Diversity: Theravāda and Tibetan Perspectives" edited by Duckworth, Vélez de Cea, and Harris - New publication and discount code from Equinox Publishers

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Buddhist Responses to Religious Diversity
Theravāda and Tibetan Perspectives

Edited by Douglas Duckworth (Temple University), Abraham Vélez de Cea (Eastern Kentucky University) and Elizabeth J. Harris (University of Birmingham)

246 pages
HB US$100
PB US$32
Ebook US$32 individuals US$100 institutions

"Josiah: From Improbable Stories to Inventive Historiography" by Lowell K. Handy - New publication and discount code from Equinox Publishers

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Josiah: From Improbable Stories to Inventive Historiography

Lowell K. Handy, Loyola University Chicago

372 pages
HB US$110
PB US$32.95
Ebook US$32.95 individuals US$110 institutions

For more information and to order at 25% off quoting the code EQX visit the book page:

https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/josiah/

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