New publication: Handbook of Indigenous Religion(s)
Series: Brill Handbooks on Contemporary Religion
Extremely distant and distinct indigenous communities have become more and more like each other - a paradox prevalently globally but inadequately explained by established analytical frames, particularly with regard to religion. Addressing this rich and unfolding context, the Handbook of Indigenous Religion (s) engages in a wide variety of locations and perspectives. Drawing upon the efforts of various groups of scholars working at the intersection of indigenous studies and religious studies; by Thomas Tweed.
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