This volume is the first systematic scholarly study that analyses
the complex relationship between history and religion. It considers
religious groups as both producers of historical narratives and
topics of historiography. From different disciplinary perspectives,
the authors explore how religions are historicised. In so doing,
they address the biases and elisions of current analytical and
descriptive frames in the history of religion.
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