Modern Societies and the Science of Religions: Studies in Honour of Lammert Leertouwer

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CONTENTS
Prefacevii
Dr Lammert Leertouwer: Curriculum Vitae, a Chronological List of His Publications, and a Selective List of His Other Academic and Administrative Responsibilities HENK JAN DE JONGE and GERARD WIEGERS1
Introduction. The Science of Religions: Its Social Functions and Applications in a Changing World GERARD WIEGERS17
PART I
EUROPE AND NORTH AMERICA
Histoire ou science des religions: le cas français MICHEL MESLIN39
Deux institutions de science des religions en France: la section des sciences religieuses de l'Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (EPHE), le groupe de sociologie des religions JEAN BAUBÉROT55
One of the Mightiest Motors in the History of Mankind: C.P. Tiele's Impact on German Religionsivissensehaft HANS G. KIPPENBERG67
Pillars, Pluralism and Secularisation: A Social History of Dutch Sciences of Religions JAN PLATVOET82
Nec Lusisse Pudet LAMMERT LEERTOUWER149
The Science of Religions in Spain: The Institute Universitario de Ciencias de las Religiones in Madrid and Ibn Rushd University in Córdoba GERARD WIEGERS166
Promise and Disappointment: Recent Developments in the Academic Study of Religion in the U.S.A DONALD WIEBE185

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