After the Quotidian Turn: Interpretive Categories and Scholarly Trajectories in the Study of Religion since the 1960s

The article discusses the scholarly trajectories and interpretive categories in the study of religion since the 1960s. Topics covered include the interpretive categories used by all scholars in the human sciences, the Quotidian Turn, and the appreciation expressed by literary scholar and postcolonia...

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Published in:The journal of religion
Main Author: Tweed, Thomas A. 1954-
Format: Electronic Article
Language:English
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Published: [2015]
In:The journal of religion
Year: 2015, Volume: 95, Issue: 3, Pages: 361-385
Further subjects:B Theological Education
B Religious Education
B Religious Studies
B MIGNOLO, Walter
B Scholars
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Summary:The article discusses the scholarly trajectories and interpretive categories in the study of religion since the 1960s. Topics covered include the interpretive categories used by all scholars in the human sciences, the Quotidian Turn, and the appreciation expressed by literary scholar and postcolonial theorist Walter Mignolo for subaltern studies.
ISSN:1549-6538
Contains:Enthalten in: The journal of religion