Table of contents for Religion and the political imagination / edited by Ira Katznelson and Gareth Stedman Jones.


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Introduction - multiple secularities Ira Katznelson and Gareth Stedman Jones; 1. Secularisation: religion and the roots of innovation in the political sphere Ingrid Creppell; 2. Regarding toleration and liberalism: considerations from the Anglo-Jewish experience Ira Katznelson; 3. The Enlightenment, the late eighteenth-century revolutions and their aftermath: the 'secularising' implications of Protestantism? David M. Thompson; 4. In the lands of the Ottomans: religion and politics Karen Barkey; 5. The Russian Orthodox Church and secularisation Geoffrey Hosking; 6. The American experience of secularisation Michael O'Brien; 7. French Catholic political thought from the deconfessionalisation of the state to the recognition of religious freedom Emile Perreau-Saussine; 8. Religion and the origins of socialism Gareth Stedman Jones; 9. From 1848 to Christian democracy Christopher Clark; 10. The disciplining of the religious conscience in nineteenth-century British politics Jonathan Parry; 11. Colonial secularisation and Islamism in North India: a relationship of creativity Humeira Iqtidar; 12. The 1960s Hugh McLeod; 13. Gendering secularisation: locating women in the transformation of British Christianity in the 1960s Callum G. Brown; 14. Does constitutionalisation lead to secularisation? Anat Scolnicov; 15. Europe's uneasy marriage of secularisation and Christianity since the 1960s and the challenge of contemporary religious pluralism Jytte Klausen; 16. On thick and thin religion: some critical reflections on secularisation theory Sudipta Kaviraj.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Secularization -- History.
Religion and politics -- History.