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"How do you know what you know?".
Michael Chiarappa (Western Michigan University), Danille Christensen (Indiana University), Sean Galvin (LaGuardia Community College), Jason Baird Jackson (Indiana University), Carl LindahlExpand
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Vernacular Religion and the Search for Method in Religious Folklife
La religion vernaculaire n'est pas synonyme de religion populaire. Ce concept permet d'elargir l'etude des croyances longtemps separees entre religion populaire et religion officielle alors que laExpand
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The Good People: New Fairylore Essays
" Whether called "the good people," "the little people," or simply "them," fairies are familiar from their appearances in Shakespeare's plays, Disney's films, and points in between. In many cultures,Expand
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THE VOW AS VISUAL FEAST. HONORING ST. JOSEPH IN SICILIAN AMERICAN HOMES // ZAOBLJUBA KOT VIZUALNI PRAZNIK. ČAŠČENJE SV. JOŽEFA V DOMOVIH AMERIŠKIH SICILIJANCEV
This article discusses the home altars built by Sicilian American women to honor St. Joseph in the seaport community of Gloucester in the state of Massachusetts. Of particular importance whenExpand
Katoliikliku sakraalse materiaalsuse postmodernistlikud jooned
Moned aastad tagasi helistas mulle mu endine opilane, kes elas Newfoundlandil Corner Brooki linnas. Ta oli kuulanud mu rahvausundi kursust, kui ma olin kulalisprofessor Newfoundlandi MemorialExpand
Collecting vernacular religious material culture
Yesterday I unpacked my most recent purchase of vernacular religious material culture—a German ex-voto painting on wood of the blessings bestowed by the Virgin Mary on a man during a riding accident,Expand
Editorial introduction.
This special issue of the International Journal for Dharma Studies emerges from the 2014 meetings of the American Academy of Religion in San Diego, California. Antoinette DeNapoli, the editor ofExpand
"As a Living Shrine I Came": Remembrance, Creativity, and Paradox in God's American Tomb
Abstract:This article discusses the development of a sacred sense of place in an American sectarian religion and the complementary creation of a provocative twentieth-century religious "shrine"Expand