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A better half to the Anthropology of Religion offers a set of unique, ethnographically-informed essays that discover the diversity of ideals, practices, and spiritual stories within the modern global and asks easy methods to take into consideration faith as a topic of anthropological inquiry.

  • Presents a set of unique, ethnographically-informed essays exploring the wide range of ideals, practices, and non secular stories within the modern world
  • Explores a huge variety of themes together with the ‘perspectivism’ debate, the increase of non secular nationalism, reflections on faith and new media, faith and politics, and concepts of self and gender with regards to spiritual belief
  • Includes examples drawn from assorted non secular traditions and from a number of areas of the world
  • Features newly-commissioned articles reflecting the main updated learn and demanding pondering within the box, written via a global group of top scholars
  • Adds immeasurably to our figuring out of the advanced relationships among faith, tradition, society, and the person in today’s world

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