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

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

Satoko Fujiwara
Executive Editor [+-]
University of Tokyo
Satoko Fujiwara is professor of Religious Studies at the University of Tokyo, Japan. Her publications include “Problems of Teaching about Religion in Japan: Another Textbook Controversy against Peace?,” in R. Jackson and S. Fujiwara eds., Peace Education and Religious Plurality: International Perspectives (Routledge, 2008), and Religions in Textbooks: Religious Education that is Not Supposed to Exist in Japan (in Japanese, Iwanami, 2011).
David Thurfjell [+-]
Södertörn University
David Thurfjell is professor in the Study of Religions at Södertörn University in Stockholm, Sweden.
Steven Engler [+-]
Mount Royal University
Steven Engler is professor of Religious Studies at Mount Royal University in Calgary, Canada. He teaches a variety of courses and research popular Catholicism, Umbanda, Kardecist Spiritism and related spirit-incorporation religions in Brazil, as well as theories and methodology in the study of religions.

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The phenomenology of religion is a branch of religious study that claims to represent the core of the study of religion as an autonomous discipline. First used as a term by the Dutch scholar Chantepie de la Saussaye in 1887, it was developed by Gerdardus van der Leeuw in the 1930s and 40s, became popular in the 1960s and 70s and then subsequently met severe criticism, virtually disappearing by the beginning of the twenty-first century. This volume investigates how the phenomenology of religion was accepted and developed in different national contexts. It consists of interviews with senior scholars, who are experts on the development of the phenomenology of religion in their countries, along with commentary and analysis. It examines the reasons why it disappeared so abruptly in each country and reveals how scholars of religion currently evaluate the phenomenology of religion in their countries.

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Executive Editor, Satoko; Thurfjell, David; Engler, Steven. Index of Names. Global Phenomenologies of Religion - An Oral History in Interviews. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 291-295 Mar 2021. ISBN 9781781799154. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=42741. Date accessed: 16 Apr 2021 doi: 10.1558/equinox.42741. Mar 2021

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