Critical Research on Religion- Volume: 9, Number: 2 (August 2021)
Special Issue: Enlightening Religion
Table of Contents
“Enlightening religion: Light and darkness in religious knowledge and knowledge about religion”
Jeremy Stolow and Birgit Meyer
“Offshoring the invisible world? American ghosts, witches, and demons in the early enlightenment”
“Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind: Light and luminous being in Islamic theology”
“Visualizing the soul: Diagrams and the subtle body of light (jism laṭīf) in Shams al-Dīn al-Daylamī’s The Mirror of Souls (Mirʿāt al-arwāḥ)”
“When silence is “yeelen” (light): Exploring the corporeality of the mind in a nocturnal solo zikr practice (Odienné, Ivory Coast)”
“Japanese divine light in Kinshasa: transcultural resonance and critique in the religiously multiple city”
“Electric light and the visualization of Catholic power in Spain during the Restoration Era (1874–1931)”
Review of Mubashar Hasan, Islam and Politics in Bangladesh: The Followers of Ummah”
by Md Mizanur Rahman
Review of M. A. Muqtedar Khan, Islam and Good Governance: A Political Philosophy of Ihsan
by Ömer Faruk Koç
Review of Tad DeLay, Against: What does the White Evangelical Want?
by SJ Cowan
Review of Oliver Freiberger, Considering Comparison: A Method for Religious Studies
by Jens Schlieter
Review of Giuseppe Giordan and Adam Possamai (eds), The Social Scientific Study of Exorcism in Christianity
by Richard Cimino
Warren S. Goldstein, Ph.D.
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