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Response to Patrick Hart

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This paper is a response to Patrick Hart’s article ‘Theory, method, and madness in religious studies’ and further interrogates the terms “theory” and “method,” the relationship between them, and their application to the study of religion, particularly at a pedagogical level, where there is some confusion about what is referred to by these terms. This paper argues that theory and method should be included explicitly in religious studies programs and research to show how scholarship has been produced.

Affiliations: 1: Leeds Trinity University Leeds, ls18 5hd United Kingdom s.owen@leedstrinity.ac.uk

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1. Lincoln Bruce Theorizing Myth: Narrative, Ideology, and Scholarship 1999 Chicago The University of Chicago Press
2. Lyotard Jean-François Bennington G. , Massumi B. The Postmodern Condition: A Report on Knowledge 1984 Manchester Manchester University Press
3. McCutcheon Russell T. Critics Not Caretakers: Redescribing the Public Study of Religion 2001 Albany, NY State University of New York Press
4. Tweed Thomas A. Crossing and Dwelling: A Theory of Religion 2006 Cambridge, MA Harvard University Press http://dx.doi.org/10.4159/9780674044517
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2016-12-02
2018-04-20

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