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  • The Missionary, the Catechist and the Hunter: Foucault, Protestantism and Colonialism.
    Peterson, Christina (2014)
    Boston: Brill Academic.

    Associated Search Terms: Greenland; Colonialism; Foucault, Michel; Missions, Greenland; Native peoples, North America
  • Using Weber and Foucault to understand the evolution of motives in a Tibetan Buddhist organisation in Scotland.
    McKenzie, John S. (2014)
    Culture and Religion 15:1: 100-117.

    Associated Search Terms: Buddhist, Tibetan, Great Britain; Weber, Max; Motive; Foucault, Michel; Great Britain, Scotland
  • Orientalists, Islamists and the Global Public Sphere. A Genealogy of the Modern Essentialist Image of Islam.
    Jung, Dietrich (2011)
    Sheffield: Equinox

    Traces the emergence of the view that Islam is a static all-encompassing, "essentialist" system from the modern Protestant view of traditional religion into the early Islamic scholars & Islamic activists.

    Associated Search Terms: Durkheim, Émile; Foucault, Michel; Islam; Islamic studies; Smith, W. Robertson; Weber, Max; Said, Edward; Orientalism
  • Godless Intellectuals? The Intellectual Pursuit of the Sacred Reinvented.
    Riley, Alexander Tristan (2010)
    Oxford, U.K.: Berghahn Books.

    Associated Search Terms: Post-structuralism; Sacred; Sacred/profane; Baudrillard, Jean; Foucault, Michel; Hertz, Robert; Post-structuralism; Année sociologique; Evil; Hubert, Henri; Durkheim, Émile
  • Religion in the Works of Habermas, Bourdieu, and Foucault.
    Furseth, Inger (2009)
    In Peter B. Clarke (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of the Sociology of Religion. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 98-115.

    Explains the relevance of the 3 thinkers, who rarely studied religion, to the sociology of religion-e.g. the power & rights impicitly limited or furthered in religious symbols & discourse.

    Associated Search Terms: Symbol; Bourdieu, Pierre; Discourse; Foucault, Michel; Habermas, Jürgen
  • Politics of Piety: The Islamic Revival and the Feminist Subject.
    Mahmood, Saba (2005)
    Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.

    Ethnography of a grassroots women's movement in the mosques of Cairo, Egypt.Based on 1995-97 field work with women who taught in mosques--previusly a male role.

    Associated Search Terms: Ritual; Islam, Egypt; Foucault, Michel; Participant observation; Feminism; Women; Social movement; Egypt, Cairo; Moral
  • Witchcraft, Genealogy, Foucault.
    Russell, Steven (2001)
    British Journal of Sociology 52:1: 121-137.

    Analyzes witch trials, using Foucault's method.

    Associated Search Terms: Foucault, Michel; Witch
  • Foucault and Religion: Spiritual Corporality and Political Spirituality.
    Carrette, Jeremy R. (2000)
    London: Routledge.

    Associated Search Terms: Foucault, Michel
  • Geneaologies of Religion. Discipline and Reasons of Power in Christianity and Islam.
    Asad, Talal (1993)
    Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

    Argues against a transhistorical definition of religion. Describes origins of anthropologists' concepts of religion, ritual, inquisitorial torture, & penance. Sees obedience as crucial in medieval Christian monasticism. Culture is analogous to referents, not text. Discusses public criticism in Islamic Saudi Arabia.

    Associated Search Terms: Obedience; Geertz, Clifford; Saudi Arabia; Penance; Torture; Monasticism; Law; Islam, Saudi Arabia; Historical; Foucault, Michel; Definition of religion; Catholic, medieval; Methodology; Ritual
  • Religion and Advanced Industrial Society.
    Beckford, James A. (1989)
    London: Unwin Hyman.

    Critique of the presuppositions of the sociology of religion that are predicated on industrial, not advanced industrial, society.

    Associated Search Terms: Gramsci, Antonio; Parsons, Talcott; Luhmann, Niklas; Bell, Daniel; Berger, Peter L.; Luckmann, Thomas; Foucault, Michel; Troeltsch, Ernst; Robertson, Roland; Privatization; Fenn, Richard K.; Weber, Max; Durkheim, Émile; Marxian; Wilson, Bryan R.; Differentiation; Marxism; Rationalization; Systems theory; Functionalism; Economic; World system; Secularization; Bellah, Robert N.
  • L'Execice du Pouvoir dans l'Église Actuelle à Travers les Théories Sociales du Pouvoir: Max Weber, Michel Foucault, Hannah Arendt.
    Gabriel, Karl (1988)
    Concilium 217: 45-56.

    Associated Search Terms: Weber, Max; Foucault, Michel; Arendt, Hannah; Power
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