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  • Godless Intellectuals? The Intellectual Pursuit of the Sacred Reinvented.
    Riley, Alexander Tristan (2010)
    Oxford, U.K.: Berghahn Books.

    Associated Search Terms: Post-structuralism; Sacred/profane; Evil; Année sociologique; Baudrillard, Jean; Durkheim, Émile; Foucault, Michel; Hertz, Robert; Hubert, Henri; Post-structuralism; Sacred
  • At the Frontier of Folklore and Sociology: Hubert, Hertz and Czarnowski, Founders of a Sociology of Folk Religion.
    Isambert, François A. (1983)
    In Philippe Besnard (ed.), The Sociological Domain: The Durkheimians and the Founding of French Sociology. New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 152-176.

    Associated Search Terms: Hubert, Henri; Czarnowski, S.; Folk religion; Hertz, Robert; Année sociologique
  • Religion populaire, sociologie, histoire et folklore. De Saint Besse à Saint Rouin.
    Isambert, François A. (1978)
    Archives de sciences sociales des religions 23/46:1: 111-133.

    Reviews the conceptualization of popular religion from the time of medieval writers, to Henri Hubert, Marcel Mauss, Robert Hertz, & Serge Bonnet.

    Associated Search Terms: Bonnet, Serge; Hubert, Henri; Mauss, Marcel; Popular religion; Hertz, Robert
  • The Conception of Religion and Magic and the Place of Psychology in Sociological Studies: A Discussion of the Views of Durkheim and of Hubert and Mauss.
    Leuba, James H. (1913)
    American Journal of Sociology 19: 323-342.

    Associated Search Terms: Magic; Durkheim, Émile; Hubert, Henri; Mauss, Marcel
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