Global Phenomenologies of Religion - An Oral History in Interviews - Satoko Fujiwara Executive Editor

Global Phenomenologies of Religion - An Oral History in Interviews - Satoko Fujiwara Executive Editor

“Why … So Complicated?”; “a Term with No Subscribers”: Interviews with Charles H. Long and Ivan Strenski (United States)

Global Phenomenologies of Religion - An Oral History in Interviews - Satoko Fujiwara Executive Editor

Eric Ziolkowski [+-]
Lafayette College
Helen H. P. Manson Professor of Bible

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This chapter consists of select portions from two separate interviews I conducted by phone and recorded in late 2017 regarding the history, development, and significance of Phenomenology of Religion (PoR), with a special focus on the United States. The first interview, on 8 December, was with Charles H. Long, who spoke from his home in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The recording of the interview was transcribed by Jamie Gallagher of Veritext Legal Solutions, Mid-Atlantic Region, Philadelphia, PA. The second interview, on 10 November, was with Ivan Strenski, who spoke from his home in Los Angeles, California. The recording of that interview was transcribed by Laura McKee, administrative assistant of the Department of Religious Studies, Lafayette College. The transcripts of both interviews were redacted, arranged and annotated by myself. PoR is but one of any number of the approaches to religious studies that Long and Strenski have critically appraised, including also the historical and comparative approaches, as well as theology.

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Ziolkowski, Eric. “Why … So Complicated?”; “a Term with No Subscribers”: Interviews with Charles H. Long and Ivan Strenski (United States). Global Phenomenologies of Religion - An Oral History in Interviews. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 195-220 Mar 2021. ISBN 9781781799154. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=38472. Date accessed: 14 Apr 2021 doi: 10.1558/equinox.38472. Mar 2021

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