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Book: Discourses of Crisis and the Study of Religion

Chapter: 16. Response

DOI: 10.1558/equinox.43946


This year’s AAR Presidential Theme calls for “thinking about the actual human implications of religion in a world upended.” Given NAASR’s work as a critical engagement, this chapter asks what does it mean to frame the world which we study as a “world upended”? How can we think critically about not just crisis itself but also about what is constructed as “crisis”?

Chapter Contributors

  • K. Merinda Simmons ( - merinda) 'University of Alabama'