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Interaction Rituals and Religious Culture in the Tea Party

Stacy M. K. George

culture on collective action, recognizing that it is not only the organizational infrastructure that leads particular groups to mobilize. The internalization of faith commitments can also result in political behaviors that are able, in turn, to shape a

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Religious Plurality, Interreligious Pluralism, and Spatialities of Religious Difference

Jeremy F. Walton and Neena Mahadev

( 2 ): 59 – 76 . 10.3167/ca.2015.330206 Walton , Jeremy F. 2016a . “ Architectures of Interreligious Tolerance: The Infrastructural Politics of Place and Space in Croatia and Turkey .” New Diversities 17 ( 2 ): 103 – 117 . Walton , Jeremy

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Around Abby Day’s Believing in Belonging

Belief and Social Identity in the Modern World

Christopher R. Cotter, Grace Davie, James A. Beckford, Saliha Chattoo, Mia Lövheim, Manuel A. Vásquez, and Abby Day

popular Catholicism, we must develop a holistic understanding of the variegated material infrastructure that affords that efficacy and produces and sustains belief. This infrastructure is constituted not just by relations among various human actors; it

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Steven Brooke, Dafne Accoroni, Olga Ulturgasheva, Anastasios Panagiotopoulos, Eugenia Roussou, Francesco Vacchiano, Jeffrey D. Howison, Susan Greenwood, Yvonne Daniel, Joana Bahia, Gloria Goodwin Raheja, Charles Lincoln Vaughan, Katrien Pype, and Linda van de Kamp

comes from a deeply social origin and hence is open to social forms of control. The author also maintains that an affect can form the basis of an ontology and supply a “direction for life itself” through what he calls an “affective infrastructure” (p

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Mariske Westendorp, Bruno Reinhardt, Reinaldo L. Román, Jon Bialecki, Alexander Agadjanian, Karen Lauterbach, Juan Javier Rivera Andía, Kate Yanina DeConinck, Jack Hunter, Ioannis Kyriakakis, Magdalena Crăciun, Roger Canals, Cristina Rocha, Khyati Tripathi, Dafne Accoroni, and George Wu Bayuga

countryside” (p. 154). Her chapter powerfully conveys how modernization—for example, changes to the infrastructure and roadways in rural Quebec—relates to shifting ideas about the natural world and sacred space. Kaell's careful ethnographic research brings her

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Belonging in a New Myanmar

Identity, Law, and Gender in the Anthropology of Contemporary Buddhism

Juliane Schober

monks, many of whom had been victimized by the events of 1988 when the sangha provided infrastructural support to the popular uprising led by student demonstrators. In 2007, the media image projected by the Burmese sangha to the outside world was that of

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On Institutional Pluralization and the Political Genealogies of Post-Yugoslav Islam

Jeremy F. Walton and Piro Rexhepi

, Jeremy F. 2016a . “ Architectures of Interreligious Tolerance: The Infrastructural Politics of Place and Space in Croatia and Turkey .” New Diversities 17 ( 2 ): 103 – 117 . Walton , Jeremy F. 2016b . “ Geographies of Revival and Erasure: Neo

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Kosher Biotech

Between Religion, Regulation, and Globalization

Johan Fischer

and biotech companies interact with standardized forms, technologies, and conventions built into the infrastructure ( Lampland and Star 2009 ). Kosher Compliance Novozymes started replacing the limited number of animal ingredients in production about

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Eschatology, Ethics, and Ēthnos

Ressentiment and Christian Nationalism in the Anthropology of Christianity

Jon Bialecki

. Malden, MA : Wiley-Blackwell . Lowrie , Ian . 2017 . “ What Sort of Thing Is the Social? Or, Durkheim and Deleuze on Organization and Infrastructure .” In The New Politics of Materialism: History, Philosophy, Science , ed. Sarah Ellenzweig , John

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Legacies, Trajectories, and Comparison in the Anthropology of Buddhism

Nicolas Sihlé and Patrice Ladwig

and variations across the great cultural divides that separate Amerindian, Buddhist, and Greek rebirth doctrines” (ibid.: xiv). He looks for an infrastructure that “underlies all the variety and multiplicity of existent forms of rebirth anywhere” and