Afterword: Configuring interiors
A key step in any comparative analysis of these dynamics is to pay close attention to fractally recursive relations, in which “a distinction repeats a pattern within itself” (Abbott 2001: 9). Russian Orthodoxy is reconfigured as a “life choice” with “sins” newly identified; Iranian Muslim women develop their ability to concentrate in prayer; ultra-Orthodox Jewish authorities embrace therapy and clamp down on the Internet; Lutheran missionaries gradually redefine what counts as vernacular. The...[Show more]
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