Vol 5, No 2 (2015)

Special Issue: Editing Encyclopaedias and Handbooks in Religious Studies in the Twenty-First Century

Table of Contents

Editorial

Introduction PDF
  153–56

Articles

The Encyclopedic Impulse in Religious Studies PDF
Eric Ziolkowski 157–66
The First Rule is Never Begin with the Letter A... Or, How I Learned to Love Writing Reference Books PDF
Diane Apostolos-Cappadona 167–79
The Blackwell Companion to the Study of Religion PDF
Robert A. Segal 181–90
The Encyclopedia of Religion in a Digital Age: Entries Not Found, Treasures Not Mined PDF
Lindsay Jones 191–205
Editing Encyclopedias and Handbooks in Religious Studies in the Twenty-First Century: Aims and Challenges PDF
Frank Burch Brown 207–14

Book Reviews

Book Reviews PDF
Deane Galbraith 215–61
Bodies of Song: Kabir Oral Traditions and Performative Worlds in North India, by Linda Hess PDF
David N. Lorenzen 217-21
Between Biblical Criticism and Poetic Rewriting: Interpretative Struggles Over Genesis 32:22-32, by Samuel Tongue PDF
Judith E. McKinlay 221-25
Biblical Curses and the Displacement of Tradition, by Brian Britt PDF
Chance Bonar 225-32
American Zion: The Old Testament as a Political Text from the Revolution to the Civil War, by Eran Shalev PDF
Sean Durbin 232-37
Nomadic Text: A Theory of Biblical Reception History, by Brennan W. Breed PDF
Ryan Korstange 237-41
Preaching Bondage: John Chrysostom and the Discourse of Slavery in Early Christianity, by Chris L. De Wet PDF
Hector Avalos 242-45
Early Medieval Exegesis in the Latin West: Sources and Forms, by Thomas O'Loughlin PDF
Philip Michael Forness 245-49
Exaltation: Ecstatic Experience in Pentecostalism and Popular Music, by Mark Jennings PDF
Ibrahim Abraham 249-53
On the Historicity of Jesus: Why We Might Have Reason for Doubt, by Richard Carrier PDF
Christina Petterson 253-58
Rāzī: Master of Quranic Interpretation and Theological Reasoning, by Tariq Jaffer PDF
Majid Daneshgar 258-61