A History of Theory and Method in the Study of Religion and Dance

Intro -- Contents -- A History of Theory and Method in the Studyof Religion and Dance Past, Present, and Future -- Abstract -- Keywords -- 1 Where and How to Begin? -- 1.1 Dance and Religion in the Modern West -- 1.2 Theory and Method in the Study of Religion and Dance -- 1.3 Evolution of a Field --...

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Main Author: L. LaMothe, Kimerer
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: Boston BRILL 2018
Series/Journal:Brill Research Perspectives Ser
Further subjects:B Dance-Religious aspects
B Religious dance
B Electronic books
Online Access: Volltext (Aggregator)
Parallel Edition:Print version: L. LaMothe, Kimerer: A History of Theory and Method in the Study of Religion and Dance. - Boston : BRILL,c2018. - 9789004382688
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Summary:Intro -- Contents -- A History of Theory and Method in the Studyof Religion and Dance Past, Present, and Future -- Abstract -- Keywords -- 1 Where and How to Begin? -- 1.1 Dance and Religion in the Modern West -- 1.2 Theory and Method in the Study of Religion and Dance -- 1.3 Evolution of a Field -- 2 Defining Religion, Excluding Dance: A Prehistory of the Modern Western Study of Religion and Dance -- 2.1 René Descartes (1596-1650) -- 2.2 Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) -- 2.3 The United Society of Believers, or Shakers -- 2.4 Friedrich Schleiermacher (1768-1834) -- 2.5 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831) -- 2.6 Søren Kierkegaard (1813-1855) -- 3 Founding a Field: Max Müller and Lilly Grove -- 3.1 Max Müller (1823-1900) -- 3.2 Forming a Field -- 3.3 Lilly Grove (1854-1941) -- 4 Cracks in the Case for Colonialism -- 4.1 Friedrich Nietzsche (1840-1900) -- 4.2 Colonial Encounters -- 4.2.1 Native American Ghost Dance -- 4.2.2 Dances of the Pueblo Indians -- 5 Dancing into the Future: Isadora Duncan and Ruth St. Denis -- 5.1 Personal Experience -- 5.2 Cross-Cultural Research -- 6 The Bible Says Do It: W.O.E. Oesterley and the Task for Christian Theology -- 6.1 William Oscar Emil Oesterley (1866-1950) -- 7 Better Together: Émile Durkheim and the Sociology of Religion -- 7.1 Social Facts -- 7.2 Australian Aborigines -- 7.3 Collective Effervescence -- 7.4 Present Day Humans -- 8 Religion and/or/is/not Dance: Gerardus van der Leeuw and The Phenomenology of Religion -- 8.1 Gerardus van der Leeuw (1890-1950) -- 8.2 A Phenomenology of Religion -- 8.2.1 Imaginative Empathy -- 8.2.2 The Case of Dance -- 8.3 An Historical Anomaly -- 8.4 Too Subjective? -- 9 Branching and Crossing 1: Religious Studies and Dance Studies -- 9.1 Parting Ways -- 9.2 Religious Studies -- 9.3 Anthropology of Dance -- 9.4 Religious Studies / Dance Studies -- 9.5 Crossings
10 Branching and Crossing 2: Art Dance and Sacred Dance -- 10.1 American Modern Dance -- 10.2 Sacred Dance -- 10.3 Postmodern Moments -- 10.4 Religious Dimensions of Contemporary Dance -- 10.5 Dance a Medium for Recreating Religion -- 11 An Ecokinetic Approach: Learning from the Bushmen of the African Kalahari -- 11.1 Ju|'hoansi or Bushmen -- 11.2 Boiling Energy -- 11.3 The Value of Ambiguity -- 11.4 A Return Trip -- 11.5 A Century of Understanding -- 12 Shaking for God: The Bodily Act of Becoming Human -- 12.1 Warming Up: Welcoming N|om -- 12.2 Rehearsing: Heating N|om -- 12.3 Playing: Boiling and Healing -- 12.4 Cooling Down -- Coda. Moving On: A Call for More -- References
ISBN:9004390006