Symposia journal

Symposia journal

The new issue of Symposia, the journal of the Department for the Study of Religion at the University of Toronto, publishing in this volume articles related to the theme of religion, space, and place, is now available online. This volume is interested in the intersection of religion and space/place, from a variety of disciplinary perspectives. Articles available include “Public Rationality and Performative Religiosity,” “‘Being’ religious and ‘becoming’ secular in Ireland and France: rescaling secularisation theory,” “Pentecostal Power and the Holy Spirit of Capitalism: Re-territorialization in the Charismatic Cosmology,” “Space, Power, and Stories: hagiography, nationalist discourse, and the construction of sacred space at the Khwaja Sahib in Ajmer, India,” “Travel, the Inn, and Identity in Rabbinic Storytelling,” and several reviews.