- Title Pages
- Introduction: Some Reasons for This Book
1Scandalous Controversies and Public Spaces
2Religions, Audiences, and the Idea of the Public Sphere
3The 1990s: Cultural Recognition, Internet Utopias, and Postcolonial Identities
5Mother Earth: The Near Impossibility of a Public
6The Construction of Religious Boundaries: Competing Public Histories
7Songs of Wisdom and Circles of Dance: An Emerging Global Public
8The Illegitimacy of Jesus: Strong Publics in Conflict
9God’s Phallus: The Refusal of Public Engagement
10Kālī’s Child: The Challenge of Secret Publics
11Scholars, Foolish Wisdom, and Dwelling in the Space Between
- Who Owns Religion?
Laurie L. Patton
- University of Chicago Press
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