A Plurality Approach for Religious Studies. Essays in Honor of Ulrich Berner
347 Seiten gebunden
Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
When scholarship presents the histories, belief systems, and ritual patterns of specific religious groups, it often privileges victorious and élite fractions of those communities to the detriment and neglect of alternative, dissonant, and resurgent voices. The contributions in this volume, which include case studies on various religious and academic contexts, illustrate the importance of listening to those alternative voices for the study of religion.