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Colloquium on Method and Theory: Introduction

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Affiliations: 1: University of Alberta


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1. Capps Walter Religious Studies: The Making of a Discipline 1995 Minneapolis Fortress
2. Hart Patrick "“Theory, Method, and Madness in Religious Studies”" Method and Theory in the Study of Religion 2016 Vol 28 1 3 25
3. Preus Samuel J. Explaining Religion: Criticism and Theory from Bodin to Freud 1987 Oxford Oxford University Press
4. Savage Mike "The ‘social life of methods’: A critical introduction" Theory, Culture & Society 2013 Vol 30 4 3 21

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