The Bloomsbury Reader in Religion and Popular Culture

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9781472509604: The Bloomsbury Reader in Religion and Popular Culture
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Reader in Religion and Popular Culture is the classroom resource the field has been waiting for. It provides key readings as well as new approaches and cutting-edge work, encouraging a broader methodological and historical understanding. Whereas existing texts are organised around case studies of contemporary or relatively recent popular culture phenomena only and minimise the historical dimensions, Reader in Religion and Popular Culture addresses the need for an anthology which traces broader themes of religion and popular culture across time and across very different types of media. With a combined teaching experience of over 30 years dedicated to teaching undergraduates, Lisle Dalton and Eric Mazur have ensured that the pedagogical features and structure of the volume are valuable to both students and their lecturers: - It is divided into a number of units based on common semester syllabi- Provides a blend of materials focussed on method with materials focussed on subject, enabling students to see the difference, and providing them with the tools necessary for future intellectual investigation- Each unit contains an introduction to the texts providing the necessary context- Each unit is followed by questions designed to encourage or enhance post-reading reflection and classroom discussion- A glossary of terms from the unit's readings is provided, as well as suggestions for further reading and investigation- Online resource provides guidance on access some of the most useful and most interesting resources available online The Reader is suitable as the foundational textbook for any undergraduate course on religion and popular culture taught.

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The Bloomsbury Reader in Religion and Popular Culture is the classroom resource the field has been waiting for. It provides key readings as well as new approaches and cutting-edge work, encouraging a broader methodological and historical understanding. It is the first anthology to a trace broader themes of religion and popular culture across time and across very different types of media. With a combined teaching experience of over 30 years dedicated to teaching undergraduates, Lisle Dalton and Eric Mazur have ensured that the pedagogical features and structure of the volume are valuable to both students and their professors: - Divided into a number of units based on common semester syllabi - Provides a blend of materials focussed on method with materials focussed on subject - Each unit contains an introduction to the texts - Each unit is followed by questions designed to encourage or enhance post-reading reflection and classroom discussion - A glossary of terms from the unit's readings is provided, as well as suggestions for further reading and investigation - Online resource provides guidance on accessing some of the most useful interesting resources available online The Reader is suitable as the foundational textbook for any undergraduate course on religion and popular culture.

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