Table of contents for Religion and American cultures : an encyclopedia of traditions, diversity, and popular expressions / Gary Laderman and Luis Le‚on, editors.


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{Title}Contents{\Title}
{Front}
Preface and Acknowledgements, 000
Foreword, 000
{\Front}
{Section}Volume One{\Section}
{Superchap}African American Religions, 00{\Superchap}
African American Christianity, 000
African American Religious Leaders, 000
African Americans and Islam, 000
African-Derived American Religions, 000
{Superchap}Asian American Religious Communities, 000{\Superchap}
Chinese American Religious Communities, 000
Japanese American Religious Communities, 000
Korean American Religious Communities, 000
Pacific Islander American Religious Communities, 000
South Asian American Religious Communities, 000
{Superchap}Buddhism in America, 000{\Superchap}
Buddhist Churches of America, 000
Mahayana Religious Communities, 000
Soka Gakkai International-USA, 000
Theravada Religious Communities, 000
Tibetan Buddhism, 000
Zen, 000
{Superchap}Catholicism in America, 000{\Superchap}
Conversion to Catholicism, 000
Nuns and Priests, 000
Our Lady of Guadalupe, 000
Public Catholicism, 000
Vatican II, 000
{Superchap}Hinduism in America, 000{\Superchap}
Hare Krishna Movement, 000
Hindu Temples, 000
Reinventions, 000
Vedanta Society, 000
{Superchap}Islam in America, 000{\Superchap}
Ahmadiyyah Movement, 000
Conversion to Islam, 000
Islamic Organizations in America, 000
Shi'ite Movements, 000
Sufism in America, 000
Sunni Religious Communities, 000
{Superchap}Judaism in America, 000{\Superchap}
American Synagogue, The, 000
Assimilation and Jewish Ethnicity, 000
Holocaust and Israel, 000
Jewishness/Judaism in America, 000
Politics and the Identity of American Jews, 000
{Superchap}Latina/Latino Religious Communities, 000{\Superchap}
Central and South American Religious Communities, 000
Cuban American Religious Communities, 000
Feminist Theology from a Mujerista Perspective, 000
Latina/Latino Protestantism, 000
Mexican American Religious Communities, 000
Puerto Rican Religious Communities, 000
{Superchap}Native American Religions and Politics, 000{\Superchap}
Nationhood, 000
Native North American Art, 000
Repatriation, 000
Shamanism, 000
Two-Spirit People, 000
{Superchap}New Age, 000{\Superchap}
Channeling, 000
Goddess Spirituality, 000
New Age Bestsellers, 000
Raëlian Movement, 000
Whiteshamanism, 000
Wicca, 000
{Superchap}New Religious Traditions, 000{\Superchap}
Christian Science, 000
Communitarian Movements, 000
Mind Cure, 000
Mormonism, 000
Seventh-day Adventism, 000
Vampire Culture, 000
{Superchap}Orthodox Christianity, 000{\Superchap}
Greek Orthodoxy, 000
Native Alaskan Orthodoxy, 000
Oriental Orthodoxy, 000
Protestants and Orthodoxy, 000
Russian Orthodoxy, 000
{Superchap}Protestantism in America, 000{\Superchap}
Church Growth Movement, 000
Denominationalism, 000
Emotion, 000
Evangelicalism and Gender, 000
Pentecostalism, 000
Puritanism, 000
{Section}Volume Two{\Section}
{Superchap}The Body, 000{\Superchap}
Asian Body Practices, 000
Christian Spiritual Practices, 000
Clothing, 000
Ecstasy, 000
Pain, 000
Piercing, 000
Tattooing, 000
Wounding, 000
{Superchap}Death, 000{\Superchap}
AIDS Quilt, 000
Autopsies, 000
Days of the Dead (Días de los Muertos), 000
Euthanasia, 000
Mourning Rituals, 000
Roadside Shrines, 000
Spiritualism, 000
{Superchap}Generations, 000{\Superchap}
Aging, Eldership, and Religion, 000
Baby Boomers, 000
Children and Young People, 000
The Family, 000
Generation X, 000
{Superchap}Material Culture, 000{\Superchap}
Christian Retailing, 000
Modern Catholic Church Decorations, 000
Victorian Bibles, 000
{Superchap}Popular Culture, 000{\Superchap}
Advertising, 000
Cultural Saints, 000
Faith, 000
Film, 000
Religion in the News, 000
{Superchap}Popular Theodicies, 000{\Superchap}
Antebellum America, 000
Civil War and the Late Nineteenth Century, 000
Colonial Period, 000
Evil in the Twentieth Century, 000
{Superchap}Public Theologies and Political Culture, 000{\Superchap}
Civil Religion, 000
Civil Rights Movement, 000
Conservatism, 000
Feminisms, 000
Fundamentalism, 000
Law, 000
Liberalism, 000
{Superchap}Ritual and Performance, 000{\Superchap}
Childbirth, 000
Civic and Political Ritual Performances, 000
Dance, 000
Feminist Theater, 000
Funerals, 000
Gender Shows, 000
Prayer, 000
Sports, 000
Therapy and Healing, 000
Tourism, 000
Weddings, 000
{Superchap}Sacred Space, 000{\Superchap}
Cyberspace, 000
Las Vegas, 000
Nature, 000
Shopping Malls, 000
Shrines, 000
The Suburban Home, 000
{Superchap}Sacred Time, 000{\Superchap}
Ancient Communities of Time, 000
Christmas, 000
Easter, 000
End Times, 000
Fourth of July, 000
Thanksgiving, 000
Vacations, 000
{Superchap}Science, 000{\Superchap}
Evolution, 000
Healing, 000
Human Genome Project, 000
Science Fiction, 000
Technology, 000
{Superchap}Sexuality, 000{\Superchap}
Abortion, 000
The Bible and Sodom in America, 000
Masturbation, 000
Reproduction, 000
Sexual Dissidence, 000
Sexual Identities, 000
{Superchap}Violence, 000{\Superchap}
Apocalypticism, 000
Lynching, 000
Sacrifice, 000
Terrorism, 000
War, 000
{Section}Volume Three{\Section}
Excerpt from Anne Hutchinson Trial (1637), 000
Excerpt from Cambridge Platform, Congregational Church synod (1648), 000
The Maryland Toleration Act (1649), 000
Half-Way Covenant, Congregational Synod (1662), 000
Pennsylvania Charter of Privileges (1701), 000
Excerpts from Cotton Mather, Magnalia Christi Americana: or, the Ecclesiastical History of New England (1702), 000
George Whitefield, "The Eternity of Hell-Torments" (1772), 000
Jonathan Edwards, "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God," (1741), 000
Declaration of Independence, July 4 (1776), 000
Excerpt from Charles Chauncy, The Salvation of All Men (1784), 000
Excerpt from Thomas Paine, "Of the Religion of Deism Compared with the Christian Religion, and the Superiority of the Former over the Latter" (1804), 000
Thomas Jefferson, To the Chiefs of the Cherokee Nation (1806), 000
John Adams, Letter to Thomas Jefferson (1813), 000
Excerpt from William Ellery Channing, "Unitarian Christianity" (1830) , 000
Excerpt from Charles Grandison Finney, What a Revival of Religion Is (1835), 000
Excerpt from Angelina E. Grimké, Appeal to The Christian Women of the South (1836), 000
Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (1848), 000
Sojourner Truth, "Another Camp Meeting" (1850), 000
"Treaty with the Apache," (1852), 000
Henry David Thoreau, "A Plea for Captain John Brown" (1859), 000
Georgia Secession ( 1861), 000
Harlan Page, "Motives to Early Piety" (1861), 000
Julia Ward Howe, "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" (1862), 000
Abraham Lincoln, "Emancipation Proclamation," (1863), 000
Emma Lazarus, "The New Colossus" (1883), 000
Pittsburgh Platform, Central Conference of American Rabbis (1885), 000
Frances E. W. Harper, "The Woman's Christian Temperance Union and the Colored Woman" (1888), 000
Excerpt from Andrew Carnegie, The Gospel of Wealth (1889), 000
Excerpt from H.P. Blavatsky, "Theosophy and Theosophical Society: The Meaning of the Name" (1889), 000
Swami Vivekananda, Remarks at the World's Parliament of Religions, Chicago, (1893), 000
Excerpt from Andrew Dickson White, A History of the Warfare of Science with Theology in Christendom (1896), 000
Swami Vivekananda, Excerpt from The Complete Works of Swami Vivekananda, 000
Excerpt from W.E.B. Dubois, The Souls of Black Folk (1903), 000
H. L. Mencken, "In Memoriam: W.J.B." (1925), 000
Cecil B. DeMille, "The Screen as a Religious Teacher," in Theatre (1927), 000
The Motion Picture Production Code of 1930, 000
Langston Hughes, "Christ in Alabama" (1931), 000
Excerpt from John Dewey, A Common Faith (1934), 000
Cyril E. Bentley, Clergy Letter to Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1935), 000
Virgil Michel, "The Liturgy the Basis of Social Regeneration," from The Liturgy of the Church according to the Roman Rite and Orate Frates (1938), 000
Dorothy Day, "Aims and Purposes" (1940), 000
Thomas Sugrue, Excerpt from There Is a River: The Story of Edgar Cayce (1945), 000
H. L. Mencken, Excerpt from Minority Report (1956), 000
Dwight Eisenhower, Military-Industrial Complex Speech (1961), 000
Martin Luther King, Jr., "I Have a Dream," (1963), 000
O.W. Garrigan, "On Evolution," from The Catholic Encyclopedia, 000
Ruth Montgomery, "How to Remember," from Here and Hereafter (1968), 000
The Plan of Aztlan, 000
James Nelson, "Homosexuality and the Church," in Christianity and Crisis (1977), 000
Jimmy Carter, Inaugural Address, (1977), 000
Camp David Accords, (1978), 000
Shakti Gawain, excerpt from Creative Visualization (1978), 000
American Indian Religious Freedom Act, United States Congress (1978), 000
Jerry Falwell, excerpt from Listen, America! (1980), 000
"Declaration on Euthanasia," Sacred Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Vatican, 000
Ronald Reagan, The Evil Empire Speech, 000
Shirley Maclaine, excerpt from Dancing in the Light (1985), 000
Spalding Gray, excerpt from Sex and Death at the Age of Fourteen, 000
Daisaku Ikeda, excerpt from Songs for America: Poems by Daisaku Ikeda (1987), 000
Klezmatics, lyrics from "Ale Brider/We're all Brothers", 000
Daisaku Ikeda, Buddhism is the Clear Mirror that Reflects Our Lives (1990), 000
Pat Robertson, excerpt from The New World Order (1991), 000
Thomas Simmons, excerpt from The Unseen Shore: Memories of a Christian Science Childhood (1991), 000
Religious Freedom Restoration Act, United States Congress (1993), 000
Jim Wallis, "Renewing the Heart of Faith: A Prophetic Convergence of the People of God," in Sojourners (1993), 000
Anonymous letter from parents of a gay son, in Lutheran Partners (1994), 000
Diana Eck, "Difference is No Excuse for Hatred," in Christian Social Action (1994), 000
Marianne Williamson, excerpt from The Healing of America (1997), 000
Teresa Watanabe, "A Season for Understanding: Observance of Islam's Holy Period of Ramadan Begins Monday with Fasting and an Emphasis on Self-Restraint and Generosity ..." (2002), 000
George W. Bush, September 11 Attack on America, Proclamation 7462 (2001), 000
Immigration and Naturalization Service, Naturalization Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America ( 2002), 000
{Rear}
List of Contributors, 000
Index, 000
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United States Religion Encyclopedias