Nineteenth-Century Religion, Literature and Society, vol. 1: Traditions

Styler, Rebecca J (2020) Nineteenth-Century Religion, Literature and Society, vol. 1: Traditions. Nineteenth-Century Religion, Literature and Society, 1 . Routledge, UK. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

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Nineteenth-Century Religion, Literature and Society vol. 1 Traditions ToC
ToC - list of 24 topics within 9 sections of edited volume.
Nineteenth-Century Religion, Literature and Society vol. 1, Traditions - Introduction
3,000 words: sets out parameters, context and significance of the volume.
Nineteenth-Century Religion, Literature and Society vol 1 Traditions - headnotes
24 headnotes each contextualising and interpreting selected primary sources related to a topic. Approx. 18,000 words in total.
Nineteenth-Century Religion, Literature and Society vol 1 Traditions - statement of contribution
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Vol 1 - Traditions - ToC Oct 2019.docx - Table of Contents
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Rel & Lit vol 1 Intro - RS.docx - Introduction
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Collated headnotes Vol 1 - RS.docx - Other
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Abstract

'Traditions' is volume 1 of a 4-volume collection of edited primary sources on nineteenth-century religion. 'Traditions' presents and contextualises sources exemplifying major traditions, denominations and movements. Emphasis is placed on representing religion as experienced 'from below', by a diverse range of voices including little known writers, as well as little known writings by more recognised figures. Christianity is presented in its established and dissenting forms, and with respect to national variations within Britain. Hinduism, Islam and Zoroastrianism are included as integral to the nineteenth-century British religious scene. The volume also features movements based on categories of social experience such as gender and class, and others led by aesthetic concerns such as poetry.

Additional Information:Editorial work comprises selection of sources and approx 20,000 words including introduction and headnotes to 24 topics contextualising and interpreting the sources.
Keywords:religious traditions, spirituality, world faiths, religious dissent, Victorian
Subjects:V Historical and Philosophical studies > V622 Islamic studies
Q Linguistics, Classics and related subjects > Q321 English Literature by period
L Social studies > L350 Religion in Society
V Historical and Philosophical studies > V640 Religious writings
V Historical and Philosophical studies > V624 Hinduism
V Historical and Philosophical studies > V623 Judaism
Q Linguistics, Classics and related subjects > Q320 English Literature
V Historical and Philosophical studies > V621 Christian studies
V Historical and Philosophical studies > V626 Other Asian Religious studies
V Historical and Philosophical studies > V144 Modern History 1800-1899
V Historical and Philosophical studies > V600 Theology and Religious studies
Divisions:College of Arts > School of English & Journalism > School of English & Journalism (English)
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Deposited On:09 Jul 2020 10:09

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