In Memoriam

Roger Grainger 1934–2015

Authors

  • William J F Keenan Livepool Hope University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/imre.v19i2.30063

Keywords:

Roger Grainger, Implicit Religion, Memorial Tribute

Abstract

Roger Grainger (1934-2015) was a man of many parts; a polymath whose repertoire incorporated diverse fields of scholarship and service, including acting, academia and the Anglican Church. He was a loyal and enthusiastic friend of Implicit Religion and his contributions to the annual Denton Conferences and this Journal were distinguished and distinctive. This short testimonial attests to the presence and power of Roger's singular "voice" on the stage of Implicit Religion. 

Author Biography

William J F Keenan, Livepool Hope University

Visiting Professor of Sociology of Religion and Culture, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool

References

Grainger, Roger. 2014. “Implicit Soulfulness: A Dramatic Perspective.” Implicit Religion 17(1): 3-10.

Keenan, William J. F. 2015. “Granulated Faith-Holding: Examples from the Vocation of Science (Max Weber, Edward Shils, David Martin.” Implicit Religion 18(3): 279-346.

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Published

2016-11-15

How to Cite

Keenan, W. J. F. (2016). In Memoriam: Roger Grainger 1934–2015. Implicit Religion, 19(2), 337–340. https://doi.org/10.1558/imre.v19i2.30063

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