The “Proper” Way to Study Religion?

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This brief response contextualizes Robert A. Segal's review of Before Religion in this journal.

Religion and Theology

A Journal of Contemporary Religious Discourse

References

1

Robert A. Segal, “All Generalizations are Bad: Postmodernism on Theories,” Journal of the American Academy of Religion 74 (2006), 157–171.

2

Brent Nongbri, Before Religion: A History of a Modern Concept (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2013).

4

Russell T. McCutcheon, “The Category ‘Religion’ in Recent Publications: Twenty Years Later,” Numen 62 (2015): 119–141, quotation at 120.

5

Nongbri, Before Religion, 18–19.

7

Turner, “Introduction: Mapping the Sociology of Religion,” in The New Blackwell Companion to the Sociology of Religion, 1–29, quotation at 1.

8

Nongbri, Before Religion, 116.

9

Segal, “All Generalizations are Bad,” 160.

10

Nongbri, Before Religion, 153.

12

Segal, review of Nongbri, Before Religion, 424–425.

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