Religion in America: European and American Perspectives
The essays in this volume range widely and includes topics such as the role of religion in shaping American diversity: the lasting legacy of Puritanism in a multicultural society; the appropriation of religious space and national symbolism; the changing intersections of religion, race, and gender in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries; religious paradigms in ethnic autobiographies; religion and consumer culture; the religious imagination of American and European women; and the religious exchange between Europe and the United States as shown in illustrations, hymns, evangelism and contemporary worship practices.
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Mainstream or Many Streams? Diversity and Its Limits
The Burdens of Religion in the American South Today
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