Therapy Across the Line: Goddess ‘Manifestation’ in an Indo-Caribbean Hindu Temple in Brooklyn

James Reich and Drew Thomases follow a manifestation of the mother goddess into new ways of thinking about the anthropology of religion. Continue Reading →

The Patient Body: Remaking American Exceptionalism

“The Patient Body” is a monthly column by Ann Neumann about issues at the intersection of religion and medicine. This month: Competing stories of why America is special and its elders are going hungry. Continue Reading →

In the News: Protests, Polemics, and Pastries

A round-up of recent religion news.

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(Excerpt) Making Moderate Islam: Sufism, Service, and the Ground Zero Mosque Controversy

An excerpt from Making Moderate Islam: Sufism, Service, and the “Ground Zero Mosque” Controversy (Stanford University Press, 2016) by Rosemary R. Corbett. With an introduction by the author. Continue Reading →