The Critical Concepts in Social Studies series includes the key Major Work title Religion and Globalization. Religion is now widely accepted as 'the great globalizer' as is breaks through cultural and geographical boundaries and spreads across the world. The collection within this series attempts to grasp the nature of the relations between globalization and religion whilst considering theoretical and empirical perspectives.
Edited and introduced by a leading expert in the field, this Major Work collection meets today’s research, reference, and teaching needs within religion and globalization.
By Véronique Altglas
November 22, 2010
Because space and identities are reformulated by religions as they break through geographic and cultural boundaries, religion is now widely recognized as ‘the great globalizer’. In particular, as they become transnational, religions adapt to new social contexts and interact with other cultures, ...