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Timothy Jenkins
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978-1571817693
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1571817697
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Berghahn Books; 1 edition (October 1, 1999)
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Religion in English Every. has been added to your Cart. Timothy Jenkins is a graduate of the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford, and of the Faculty of Theology, University of Cambridge

Religion in English Every. Timothy Jenkins is a graduate of the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford, and of the Faculty of Theology, University of Cambridge. He has undertaken fieldwork in France and England and was ordained a priest in the Church of England in 1986. Since 1992 he has taught at the Faculty of Theology, University of Cambridge, where he is Dean and Fellow of Jesus College. Series: Methodology & History in Anthropology (Book 5).

After Counting: The Church in English Social Life.

Starting from an ethnographic appraisal of the place of religious practices, and thereby returning to an approach more .

Starting from an ethnographic appraisal of the place of religious practices, and thereby returning to an approach more recently neglected, this book offers a detailed understanding of English everyday life. It demonstrates the creation of local particularity under an outside gaze, showing how actors create and cope with the forces of "modernity. In addition to the original ethnographic descriptions, the book also contributes to the history and theory of the study of complex societies.

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Anthropology - Anthropology - History of anthropology: The modern .

Anthropology - Anthropology - History of anthropology: The modern discourse of anthropology crystallized in the 1860s, fired by advances in biology, philology, and prehistoric archaeology. Modern religions retained some of these primitive features, but as human beings became more intelligent, and so more rational, primitive superstitions were gradually refined and would eventually be abandoned. This more particularistic and historical approach was spread to the United States at the end of the 19th century by the German-trained scholar Franz Boas. Skeptical of evolutionist generalizations, Boas advocated instead a diffusionist approach.

Home Browse Books Book details, Religion in English Everyday Life: A. .I owe a good deal to my first teacher in social anthropology, Edwin Ardener, who sadly died in 1987.Religion in English Everyday Life: An Ethnographic Approach. Starting from an ethnographic appraisal of the place of religious practices, and thereby returning to an approach more recently neglected, this book offers a detailed understanding of English everyday life. Three contemporary case studies disclose the complex patterns and compulsion of ordinary lives, including both moral and historical dimensions.

Volume 57 Issue 4. Timothy Jenkins, English Français. Scottish Journal of Theology. Volume 57, Issue 4. November 2004, pp. 491-494. Timothy Jenkins, Religion in Everyday Life: An Ethnographic Approach (New York/Oxford: Berghahn Books, 1999), pp. xv + 256. Michael S. Northcott (a1). University of Edinburgh.

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Starting from an ethnographic appraisal of the place of religious practices, and thereby returning to an approach more recently neglected, this book offers a detailed understanding of English everyday life. Three contemporary case studies - the life of a country church, an annual procession by the churches in a Bristol suburb, a range of linked "spiritualist" beliefs - disclose the complex patterns and compulsion of ordinary lives, including both moral and historical dimensions: the distribution of reputation and conflict, and the continuities of place and identity. At the same time, the approach revises previous accounts of English social life by giving a nuanced description of the construction of local lives in interaction with their wider setting. It demonstrates the creation of local particularity under an outside gaze, showing how actors create and cope with the forces of "modernity." In addition to the original ethnographic descriptions, the book also contributes to the history and theory of the study of complex societies.