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This book publishes the papers from a conference which grew out of an undergraduate cours. he indigenisation of Christianity seen in all of the societies studied, and the creative role of the convert in the conversion process has emerged as perhaps the most important theme o. . he indigenisation of Christianity seen in all of the societies studied, and the creative role of the convert in the conversion process has emerged as perhaps the most important theme of al. After teaching this course for a number of years, we had the idea of holding a short conference (9-10 April, 1994) in which scholar. n a variety of disciplines would examine conversion in a wider context
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Peel, J. D. Y. (1968), ‘Syncretism and Religious Change’, Comparative Studies in Society and History, X, 121–41.
Geertz, C. (1964), Internal Conversion in Contemporary Bali', in Bastin, . and Roolvink, . ed. Malayan and Indonesian Studies: Essays Presented to Sir Richard Winstedt, Oxford: Clarendon Press pp. 282–302. Geertz, C. (1966), ‘Religion as a Cultural System’ in Banton, . e. Anthropological Approaches to the Study of Religion, Association of Social Anthropologists Monograph No. 3, London: Tavistock Publications, pp. 1–46. Peel, J.
Religious conversion has long played a major role in the transformation of.
Religious conversion has long played a major role in the transformation of people, societies, and cultures worldwide. Moving past earlier, narrow definitions, this book provides the first major survey of both religions and theoretical perspectives on religious change. These innovative essays underscore the complex nature of religious change. Part I invites readers to consider global themes of religious change through disciplinary perspectives, including history, demography, geography, anthropology, sociology, psychology, gender studies, art, semiotics, politics, and autobiography.
problem in history of the Orthodox cultures of Eastern Europe? (b)Witch hunting in Early Modern Europe, West and East: was. Russia an exception? Week 9: (a) From Catholic Reform to Enlightenment and Revolution i. Russia an exception? Week 9: (a) From Catholic Reform to Enlightenment and Revolution in France and Poland. b)Christianity and socialist traditions, the West and Russia in comparison, XVIth- XIXth century. READING LIST: Required readings: Week 1 (a) Religion, confession, state and society in Europe and beyond: Max Weber’s legacy. Gerth and C. Wright Mills.