Hardcore Scholarship and High School Cliques
Keywords:evidence, American religion, scholarly habitus, approaches to the study of religion
This is an invited response to a series of papers.
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----- 1988 Homo Academicus. Translated by Peter Collier. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
Giddens, Anthony 1991 Modernity and Self-Identity: Self and Society in the Late Modern Age. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
Illouz, Eva 2008 Saving the Modern Soul: Therapy, Emotions, and the Culture of Self-Help. Berkeley: University of California Press.
McCloud, Sean 2004 Making the American Religious Fringe: Exotics, Subversives, and Journalists, 1955-1993. Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press.
McGuire, Meredith 2008 Lived Religion: Faith and Practice in Everyday Life. New York: Oxford University Press.
Orsi, Robert A. 2005 Between Heaven and Earth: The Religious Worlds People Make and the Scholars who Study Them. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Rodgers, Daniel T. 2011 Age of Fracture. Cambridge: Belknap/Harvard University Press.
Samarco, C. Vincent And Stephen Muzzatti, eds. 2005 Reflections from the Wrong Side of the Tracks: Class, Identity, and the Working Class Experience in Academe. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.