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Acknowledgements
Contributors
Religion on the Edge: An Introduction
Courtney Bender, Wendy Cadge, Peggy Levitt, David Smilde

Part I. Rethinking Categories: Theoretical Approaches
1. Grappling with the Legacy of Modernity: Implications for the Sociology of Religion
Manuel A. Vásquez
2. Beyond Cultural Autonomy in the Sociological Study of Religion
David Smilde
3. Toward a Comparative Historical Sociology of Religious Politics
Ates Altinordu
4. Religious Self-Constitution: A Relational Perspective
Michal Pagis
5. Studying Public Religion: Beyond the Beliefs-Driven Actor
Paul Lichterman
6. Pluralism and Secularism
Courtney Bender
7. Religion on the Move: Mapping Global Cultural Production and Consumption
Peggy Levitt

Part II. Exemplary Cases: Empirical Examinations
8. Difficult Dialogues: The Technologies and Limits of Reconciliation
Dawne Moon
9. Negotiating Religious Differences in Secular Organizations: The Case of Hospital Chapels
Wendy Cadge
10. The Meaning and Challenges of Pluralism in Quebec: Debating ''Reasonable Accommodation''
Geneviève Zubrzycki
11. Revisiting Religious Power: The Korean Evangelical Church as a Disciplinary Institution Kelly H. Chong
12. Crossing Borders: Transnational Sanctuary, Social Justice, and the Church
Jacqueline Hagan
13. Conclusion: Working the Edges

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