ContentsForeword VIITim JensenAcknowledgements IXAuthor Biographies XIntroduction: The Critical Analysis of Religious Diversity 1Lene Kühle and William HoverdTheoretical and Methodological IssuesIntroduction to Part 1 16Religious Diversity, Institutionalized Religion, and Religion That is Not Religion 21Peter BeyerCounting and Mapping Religious Diversity: Methodological Challenges, Unintended Consequences, and Political Implications 41Mar GrieraConstructing and Deconstructing Religious Diversity: The Measurement of Religious Affiliation in Denmark and New Zealand 63William Hoverd and Lene KühleGlobally Modern – Dynamically Diverse: How Global Modernity Engenders Dynamic Diversity 83Andrew DawsonReligious Diversity in Non-modern and Non-western ContextsIntroduction to Part 2 106Religious Diversity and Discourses of Toleration in Classical Antiquity 109Mar MarcosManaging and Negotiating Asian Religious Unities and Diversities 128Jørn BorupA Harmonious Plurality of ‘Religious’ Expressions: Theories and Case Studies from the Chinese Practice of (Religious) Diversity 147Stefania TravagninReligious Diversity in Societal ContextsIntroduction to Part 3 174Constructing and Representing the New Religious Diversity with Old Classifications: ‘World Religions’ as an Excluding Category in Interreligious Dialogue in Switzerland 179Martin Baumann and Andreas Tunger-ZanettiHe Said, We Said: Religion in the York University Controversy of 2013–2014 208Paul BramadatInterfaith Youth in Australia: A Critical Reflection on Religious Diversity, Literacy, and Identity 230Anna HalafoffReligious Diversity and the News: Critical Issues in the Study of Religion and Media 252Henrik Reintoft ChristensenLaw and Religious Diversity: How South African Courts Distinguish Religion, Witchcraft and Culture 272Marian BurchardtConclusion: The Problems of Religious Diversity 295Lene KühleIndex 311


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