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ISSN: 1420-2018



Volume 24/2-3 (2011)

A State of the Field / Un Etat des Lieux

This issue is published by Brill (Leiden). For more details and orders, please visit Brill's website (click here)

Introduction. A state of the field
Eric Morier-Genoud and Wendy Urban-Mead

Twenty Years After Of Revelation and Revolution: An Interview With Jean Comaroff
Jean Comaroff and Eric Morier-Genoud

Missions and Empire Revisited
Norman Etherington

Women, Protestant Missions, and American Cultural Expansion, 1800 to 1938: A Historiographical Sketch
Barbara Reeves-Ellington

Conversion and the Alignments of Colonial Culture
Derek R. Peterson

Humanitarian Narratives: Knowledge and the Politics of Mission and Empire
Tony Ballantyne

Book Debate
Around Jean-François Bayart's "L'Islam Republicain"
Guy Hermet, Leonardo A. Villalón, Cengiz Çağla, Nadia Marzouki, and a response by Jean-Francois Bayart

Book Reviews
Christian Churches in Dahomey-Bénin: A study of their socio-political role (reviewed by Camilla Strandsbjerg); Passeurs d'idées religieuses entre l'Inde et l'Europe (Philippe Bornet); Livros Brancos, Almas Negras: A 'Missão Civilizadora' do colonialismo português c. 1870-1930 (Hugo Gonçalves Dores); Race, Social Reform and the Making of a Middle Class: The American Missionary Association and Black Atlanta, 1870-1900 (Brandi Hughes); Terror in the Land of the Holy Spirit: Guatemala under General Efraín Ríos Montt, 1982-1983 (Christopher L.Chiappari); City of God: Christian Citizenship in Postwar Guatemala (Dennis A.Smith); L'offensive évangélique. Voyage au cœur des réseaux militants de Jeunesse en Mission (Philippe Gonzalez); The spread of the Gospel in Barotseland. From the Paris Mission to the United Church of Zambia. A chronological History 1885-1965 (At Ipenburg); New Faith in Ancient Lands: Western missions in the Middle East in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries (Akram Khater)

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