Directions in the Study of Religion »
Nineteenth-century anthropological research on Native Americans communities still shapes how we understand them today. Kristian . . .
The construction of modern Hindu and Indian identities can be traced through the contestations over . . .
Divine food can give people access to privileged knowledge, supernatural realms, or transform them . . .
People make sense of their religion through food, medicine, literature, sound, nature, sports, and pilgrimage. . . .
The boxing ring as a site of Catholic devotional practice. Kristian Petersen talks with Amy . . .
The malleability of identity formation: Kristian Petersen talks with Steven Ramey, Associate Professor of Religious . . .
Kristian Petersen talks with Ben Brazil, Assistant Professor at Earlham School of Religion, about Youth Travel . . .
Kristian Petersen talks with Rose Muravchick, Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow at Vassar College, about Textiles, Talismans, . . .
Kristian Petersen talks with Daniel Sheffield, Professor of History at the University of Washington, about Translation . . .
Kristian Petersen talks with Nathan Abrams, Professor at Bangor University and member of the Advisory . . .