Retheorizing Religion in Nepal

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Palgrave Macmillan, Oct 17, 2006 - History - 172 pages
Retheorizing Religion in Nepal is an engaging and thought-provoking study of religion in South Asia, with important insights for the study of religion and culture more broadly conceived. Grieve uses ethnographic material as well as postsctructuralist and postcolonialist approaches to critique and expand religious studies as a discipline.

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Gregory Price Grieve is Assistant Professor in the Department of Religious Studies at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He has published articles in Numen, Culture, Theory and Critique, Journal of Material Religion, and Studies in Nepalese History and Society.