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Mémoires du livre

Volume 6, Number 2, Spring 2015 Livre et religion Religion and the Book Guest-edited by Scott McLaren

Table of contents (11 articles)

  1. The End of Religion and the Death of the Book


  1. The Atheist Bunyan: The Pilgrim’s Progress and Organized Freethought in Victorian Britain
  2. The Life of The Life of David Brainerd: Agency, Evangelicalism, and Book History
  3. Making a Bible Enterprise: James Thomson and the British and Foreign Bible Society in British North America, 1838–1842
  4. A Slow, Not Swift, Battle of the Books: Christian Literature in Nineteenth-Century India
  5. Religious Books, the French Revolution and the Printer Jean-Baptiste Collignon in Metz
  6. “The Substance of Things Hoped for”: Peter Gordon White and the New Curriculum of The United Church of Canada
  7. Iconic Scriptures from Decalogue to Bible
  8. Textual Erasures of Religion: The Power of Books to Redefine Yoga and Mindfulness Meditation as Secular Wellness Practices in North American Public Schools
  9. The Secret Textual History of Pamela, Methodist


  1. Le reporter devient un auteur. L’édition du reportage en France (1870-1930)

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