Vol 25 No. 2 (2012) Religion and Postcolonialism

Special Issue: This issue was edited by Purushottama Bilimoria

Journal: Journal for the Academic Study of Religion

Published: Oct 15, 2012

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Section Title Author Published
Editorial Introduction: Religion and Postcolonialism Purushottama Bilimoria Aug 30, 2012
Revisiting Postcolonialism and Religion Morny Joy Jul 25, 2012
Philosophy in an Age of Postcolonialism Joseph Prabhu Aug 8, 2012
Liberation Theology as a Postcolonial Critique of Theological Reason: Andrew B. Irvine Aug 2, 2012
The Autoethnographic Genre and Buddhist Studies: Reflections of a Postcolonial ‘Western Buddhist’ Convert Edwin Ng Jul 25, 2012
Sikh Dharam and Postcolonialism: Hegel, Religion and Zizek Balbinder Singh Bhogal Jul 25, 2012
Book Reviews
Graham Harvey (ed.), Religions in Focus: New Approaches to Tradition and Contemporary Practices. Equinox, London, 2009, pp. i-vii + 366, ISBN 978-1-84553- 217-8 (Hbk). Gary Bouma Aug 24, 2012
Pinar Ilkkaracan (ed.), Deconstructing Sexuality in the Middle East: Challenges and Discourses. Ashgate, Hampshire, 2008, pp. xi + 218, ISBN 978-0-7546-7235-7 (Hbk). Sarah Penicka-Smith Aug 24, 2012
Paul Hedges, Controversies in Interreligious Dialogue and the Theology of Religions. SCM Press, London, 2010, pp. 287, ISBN 978-0-3340-4211-2. Gavin D'Costa Aug 24, 2012
Henri Gooren, Religious Conversion and Disaf Ian Forest-Jones Aug 24, 2012
Samina Yasmeen (ed.), Muslims in Australia: The Dynamics of Exclusion and Inclusion. Islamic Studies Series, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 2010, pp. xi + 330, ISBN 978-0-522-85637-8. Roxanne Marcotte Aug 24, 2012