"Thomas Tweed has written the most important theoretical book of this decade, and maybe this generation, for geographers of religion... While Tweed's theory is philosophically detailed, readers will be impressed with the wide array of religions and nationalities represented in the analysis... Any scholar interested in either religion or geography will find this volume a refreshing and enlightening study. Those interested in both religion and geography will soon find themselves woefully behind in their scholarship if they have not yet digested it." - Michael Ferber, American Religious Experience website "Tweed's contrast of religion in stasis and in motion helps illuminate the vexing issue of religious pluralism." - Roger S. Gottlieb, Tikkun "An engaging, original, and insightful approach to theorizing the transnational face of twenty-first-century religion." - Steven Engler, Religious Studies Review"Reseña del editor:
Beginning with a Cuban Catholic ritual in Miami, this book takes readers on a momentous theoretical journey toward a new understanding of religion. At this historical moment, when movement across boundaries is of critical importance for all areas of human life, Thomas Tweed offers a powerful vision of religion in motion, dynamic, alive with crossings and flows.
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