Published: 2018-06-01

Editorial and Introduction

Materializing Religion: Essays in Honor of David Chidester

Johan M. Strijdom, Lee-Shae S. Scharnick-Udemans
Abstract 0 | pdf Downloads 0

Page 1-6

Decoloniality, Race and Frontiers

Race and Materiality in African Religious Contexts

Federico G. Settler
Abstract 0 | pdf Downloads 0

Page 36-56

Frontier Zones and the Study of Religion

Birgit Meyer
Abstract 0 | pdf Downloads 0

Page 57-78

Pop Culture, Fakes, and Plasticity

Can’t Help Lovin’:David Chidester’s Pop Culture Colonialism

Kathryn Lofton
Abstract 0 | pdf Downloads 0

Page 79-104

Fakecraft

Paul Christopher Johnson
Abstract 0 | pdf Downloads 0

Page 105-137

Senses and Media

‘Senses’: Assessing a Key Term inDavid Chidester’s Analysis of Religion

Johan M. Strijdom
Abstract 0 | pdf Downloads 0

Page 161-179

TV is the Devil, the Devil is on TV:Wild Religion and Wild Media in South Africa

Lee-Shae S.Scharnick-Udemans
Abstract 0 | pdf Downloads 0

Page 180-197

African Indigenous Religion, African Christianities, and the Future of Religion

Tracking the Indigenous Sacred, Chidester-style

Rosalind I.J. Hackett
Abstract 0 | pdf Downloads 0

Page 198-209

Ironies of Christian Presencein Southern Africa

Sibusiso Masondo
Abstract 0 | pdf Downloads 0

Page 209-231

A Faith that Does Justice:The Public Testimony of Oliver Tambo

Jonathan D. Jansen
Abstract 0 | pdf Downloads 0

Page 232-258

David Chidester: An Appreciation

Edward T. Linenthal
Abstract 0 | pdf Downloads 0

Page 276-279

David Chidester Publications(1982-2018)

David Chidester
Abstract 0 | pdf Downloads 0

Page 280-293