Vol 22 No. 3-4 (2019) Special Issue: Twenty Years After - The Ideology of Religious Studies

Guest Editors: Teemu Taira and Suzanne Owen

Journal: Implicit Religion

Published: Aug 4, 2020

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Section Title Author Published
Twenty Years After The Ideology of Religious Studies Teemu Taira, Suzanne Owen Jun 19, 2020
The Ideology of Religious Studies Then and Now: The Author’s View Timothy Fitzgerald Jun 25, 2020
The Historicization of “Religion” and The Devastation of Study of Religion Departments: Siamese Twins or Contingent Acquaintances? Teemu Taira Apr 30, 2020
Timothy Fitzgerald and the Revival of Religious Studies Naomi Goldenberg May 10, 2020
The End of Religious Studies (as we knew it) Suzanne Owen Jun 17, 2020
Religion as the Transmission of An Authoritative Tradition: The Significance of Timothy Fitzgerald’s Critique of Religious Studies for a Socially Embedded Definition of Religion James L. Cox Apr 30, 2020
Critical Thinking Begins at Home: On Making a Shift in the Study of Religion Russell T. McCutcheon May 27, 2020
Islam as a Challenge to The Ideology of Religious Studies: Failures of Religious Studies in the Middle East Alexander Henley Jun 25, 2020
Connecting Fitzgerald and Latour for the Sake of Democratic Religious Studies Milan Fujda May 2, 2020
“Religion” and “Politics”: A Japanese Case Mitsutoshi Horii May 27, 2020
The Relevance of Fitzgerald’s Critical Approach to the Study of Religions in Asia Ilaria Vecchi May 29, 2020
Response to Contributors Timothy Fitzgerald Jun 25, 2020