Cambridge Studies in Religious Traditions is a series designed to accommodate the best scholarship in religious studies, raising key questions about religion in general through in-depth studies of specific religious traditions and contexts. The books in the series offer explorations of religious life, thought, texts and history that are grounded in a particular religious tradition but which at the same time make connections with other traditions and with other academic fields, disciplines and approaches, thus opening up avenues for comparison. The aim is to present books of the highest quality which cover a broad range of questions and methodologies appropriate to the academic study of religion, and which speak out to a broad audience both within and beyond religious studies.
General Editors: John Clayton, University of Lancaster; Steven Collins, University of Chicago; Nicholas de Lange; William Graham
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