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Internet Popular Culture and Jewish Values:

The Influence of Technology on Religion in Israeli Schools
Lawrence Sherlick and Junhao Hong
ISBN: 9781934043967

This highly original study examines the convergence of religion, elementary education, Internet technology, and popular culture messages within Jewish elementary school classrooms in Israel. This is an important book for those in communication, education, Jewish Studies, and sociology of religion. Read More..

The Ismaili-Sufi Sage of Pamir:

Mubarak-i Wakhani and the Esoteric Tradition of the Pamiri Muslims
Abdulmamad Iloliev
ISBN: 9781934043974

There has been no serious scholarly research conducted on Mubarak-i Wakhani’s life and works. This book is the first introductory study on the subject, and provides the first systematic presentation of the seminal Islamic figure. Read More..

Christianity Online:

Response to The Da Vinci Code as Impression Management
John Dillon and William McKeel
ISBN: 9781934043684

The first book to study how "major Christian religions online” responded, and content-analyzes the messages put forth to deal with public perceptions of The Da Vinci Code. Read More..

Missionary Practices on the Gold Coast, 1832–1895:

Discourse, Gaze and Gender in the Basel Mission in Pre-Colonial West Africa
Seth Quartey
ISBN: 9781934043448

A valuable scholarly analysis of the ways that the practices of members of the Basel Mission informed the nineteenth-century mission field of the Gold Coast. Read More..

Race and the Assemblies of God Church:

The Journey from Azusa Street to the "Miracle of Memphis"
Joe Newman
ISBN: 9781934043554

Utilizing the extensive archival holdings of the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center, this is the first book to chronicle the treatment of African Americans by the largest, predominantly white, Pentecostal denomination in the United States. Read More..

A History of Daoism and the Yao People of South China

Eli Alberts
ISBN: 9781934043141

“The book is truly delightful…this is the first book that combines Chinese, Japanese and Western perspectives on the study of Yao identity and religion. The extremely creative interpretation, using a large amount of materials that hitherto have not attracted much attention, makes what might have been a boring topic fascinating and meaningful. This book is indeed an excellent example of the study of ethnic relations.” - Asian Anthropology Read More..

 

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