Forms of Religious Glocalization : Orthodox Christianity in the Longue Durée

@inproceedings{Roudometof2014FormsOR,
  title={Forms of Religious Glocalization : Orthodox Christianity in the Longue Dur{\'e}e},
  author={Victor Roudometof},
  year={2014}
}
  • Victor Roudometof
  • Published 2014
This article advocates a “glocal turn” in the religion–globalization problematic. It proposes a model of multiple glocalizations in order to analyze the historically constituted relationship between world religions and local cultures. First, the conceptual evolution from globalization to glocalization is discussed with special reference to the study of the religion. Second, the necessity for adopting the perspective of the longue durée with regard to the study of Eastern Orthodox Christianity… CONTINUE READING

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