O’TOOLE, ROGER Contact Areas of Interest

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Division of Social Sciences
University of Toronto Scarborough
125 Military Trail, Toronto, ON
t: 416-287-7352
e: otoole@utsc.utoronto.ca
  • Sociology of religion
  • Religious movements
  • Sectarianism
  • Religion and politics
  • Roman Catholicism
  • Religion in Canada

About

BA (Leeds), MA (McMaster), PhD (Toronto)

Roger O”Toole teaches in the Division of Social Sciences at the University of Toronto at Scarborough. He is the author of “William James and the Varieties of Contemporary Religion” (2004); “Durkheim and the Problem of Art” (2003); “Classics in the Sociology of Religion: An Ambiguous Legacy” (2001); “Anglicanism in Canada: A Sociological Sketch” (2001); “Sociology of Religion” (2001); and “Canadian Religion: Heritage & Project” (2000), among other works.

Selected publications

“William James and the Varieties of Contemporary Religion” (2004)

“Durkheim and the Problem of Art” (2003)

“Classics in the Sociology of Religion: An Ambiguous Legacy” (2001)

“Anglicanism in Canada: A Sociological Sketch” (2001)

“Sociology of Religion” (2001)

“Canadian Religion: Heritage & Project” (2000)

“Status”, “Max Müller (1823-1900)” (1998)

<p”>“Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi” (1998)

“Max Weber, 1864-1920” (1997)

“Salvation, Redemption and Community: Reflections on the Aesthetic Cosmos” (1996)