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Table of Contents
Foreword, Linda Woodhead; Introduction, Abby Day and Mia Lövheim. Section 1 Themes: Foreword, James A. Beckford; Religion as a grammar of memory: reflections on a comparison between Britain and France, Danièle Hervieu-Léger; A memory that mutates, Tuula Sakaranaho; Grace Davie and religious literacy: undoing a lamentable quality of conversation, Adam Dinham; Students’ perspective: the role of mentor and supervisor, Matthew Francis. Section 2 Theories: Foreword, Nancy T. Ammerman; Discrete constellations, occluded foundations and implicit contestations in the sociology of religion, David Martin; Believing, belonging and beyond, Abby Day; Valuing emotion in tragedy, Douglas J. Davies; The gracelands of multiple modernities, Adam Possamai. Section 3 Trends: Foreword, Rebecca Catto; Welfare, society and secularization, Anders Bäckström; The secular court? Trends in the United States Supreme Court and the European Court of Human Rights compared, Effie Fokas; Young people and residual Christian culture, Sylvia Collins-Mayo; Authentic and vicarious - exploring the manifold privatized meanings of a religious community, Anne Birgitta Pessi. Afterword, Grace Davie; Composite bibliography; Index.