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  Volume 24, Number 1, Spring 2012

Table of Contents


The Lion, the Witch and the Cold War: Political Meanings in the Religious Writings of C.S. Lewis

pp. 1-14

Voice from Rikers: Spirituality in Hip Hop Artist Lil’ Wayne’s Prison Blog

pp. 15-28

The Cultural Foundations of the Islamist Practice of Charity in Morocco

pp. 29-66

Superstars and Misfits: Two Pop-trends in the Gender Culture of Contemporary Evangelicalism

pp. 67-79

L. Ron Hubbard’s Alternative to the Bomb Shelter: Scientology’s Emergence as a Pseudo-science During the 1950s

pp. 80-96

New Frontiers: Wild at Heart and Post-Promise Keeper Evangelical Manhood

pp. 97-112

Selling Faith: Marketing Christian Popular Culture to Christian and Non-Christian Audiences

pp. 113-129

Let this Hell be Our Heaven: Richard Matheson’s Spirituality and Its Hollywood Distortions

pp. 130-147

En Masse: French Canadian Students, Catholicism, and Mass Media

pp. 148-169


Paranormal Media: Audiences, Spirits, and Magic in Popular Culture (review)

pp. 170-171

Oprah: The Gospel of an Icon (review)

pp. 172-173

Star Trek as Myth: Essays on Symbol and Archetype at the Final Frontier (review)

pp. 174-175

Locating the Past/Discovering the Present: Perspectives on Religion, Culture, and Marginality (review)

pp. 176-177

The Faithful Citizen: Popular Christian Media and Gendered Civic Identities (review)

pp. 178-179

Sacred Matters: Celebrity Worship, Sexual Ecstasies, the Living Dead, and Other Signs of Religious Life in the United States (review)

pp. 180-181

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