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Making Myths and Policing Borders: NAASR and the Critical Study of Religion

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AbstractThis essay examines the evolving relationship between NAASR and the AAR, paying special attention to how the borders between NAASR and the AAR have been established and how they are patrolled. It discusses the stakes of the territorial dispute between the two organizations: symbolic capital in the form of institutional and intellectual prestige; and economic capital in the form of employment as teachers and researchers in colleges, universities, and related institutions.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Religion, Florida State UniversityDodd Hall M05641 University Way, Box 3061520, Tallahassee, FL 32306-1520USAnkelley@fsu.edu

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1. Bourdieu Pierre Homo Academicus 1990 Stanford Stanford University Press
2. Bourdieu Pierre Sociology in Question 1993 London Sage
3. Martin Luther H., Wiebe Don"Establishing a beachhead: NAASR, twenty years later" 2004 Online at .
4. McCutcheon Russell The Discipline of Religion: Structure, Meaning, Rhetoric 2003 London and New York Routledge
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2016-12-02

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