A Reader in the Anthropology of Religion

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Michael Lambek
Wiley, 2002 - Religion - 620 pages
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A Reader in the Anthropology of Religion is a collection of some of the most significant classic and contemporary writings on the anthropology of religion. It includes both material whose theme is 'religion' in a straightforward and obvious sense, as well as material that has expanded how we might look at religion - and the horizons of what we mean by 'religion' - linking it to broader questions of culture and politics.

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User Review  - Hannah Jacobsen - Goodreads

Very good book in regards to direct access to ethnographies. The only problem was the fact that it pulled excerpts from books without properly communicating the whole purpose of the books themselves. This can create a biased message Read full review

Review: A Reader in the Anthropology of Religion

User Review  - Hannah Jacobsen - Goodreads

Very good book in regards to direct access to ethnographies. The only problem was the fact that it pulled excerpts from books without properly communicating the whole purpose of the books themselves. This can create a biased message Read full review

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Michael Lambek is Professor of Anthropology at the University of Toronto and author of Knowledge and Practice in Mayotte (1993) and Human Spirits (1981), and co-editor of Tense Past: Cultural Essays in Trauma and Memory (with Paul Antze 1996).

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