Feeling religion / John Corrigan, editor
- Durham : Duke University Press, 2017.
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- Physical Description:
- 286 pages ; 24 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Corrigan, John, 1952-
- Introduction: How do we study religion and emotion? / John Corrigan -- Approaching the morality of emotion: specifying the object of inquiry / Diana Fritz Cates -- Metaphysics and emotional experience: some themes drawn from John of the Cross / Mark Wynn -- Beautiful facts: science, secularism, and affect / Donovan O. Schaefer -- Affect theory as a tool for examining religion documentaries / M. Gail Hamner -- Dark devotion: religious emotion in Shakta and Shi'ah traditions / June McDaniel -- Sound and sentiment in Judaism: toward the production, perception, and representation of emotion in Jewish ritual music / Sarah M. Ross -- Beyond "hope": religion and environmental sentiment in the USA and Indonesia / Anna M. Gade -- Affect, religion, and ethnography / Jessica Johnson -- Emotion and imagination in the ritual entanglement of religion, sport, and nationalism / David Morgan -- At the limits of feeling: religion, psychoanalysis, and the affective subject / Abby Kluchin.
- 9780822370284 hardcover ; alkaline paper
082237028X hardcover ; alkaline paper
9780822370376 paperback ; alkaline paper
0822370379 paperback ; alkaline paper
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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