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New Perspectives on Latina/o Religion
New Perspectives on Latina/o Religion subverts the boundaries of Latino/a religion by moving beyond the liberationist framework and focusing on Christian Hispanic popular religiosity. The works in this series are not averse to using postmodern or postcolonial methodologies; they include theological analyses but also historical, sociological, anthropological, political, cultural, feminist, Chicano/a, Latin American, literary, gay/lesbian, and pop culture analyses. In many respects, this series represents a re-birth and coming-of-age of a new generation of Latino/a scholars that are fully aware of where they have come from and yet are still in the process of charting new courses for the future. The main purpose of the series will be to map out the future of the Latina/o discourse, and as such will undoubtedly make it the definitive books on the subject.
Series Editor: Miguel A. De La Torre, Director of Iliff Justice and Peace Institute and Associate Professor of Social Ethics, Iliff School of Theology
A provocative appraisal of why a liberative ethic must come from within
9781602582941 | Published: October 2010
Deconstructing the canon of American religious history
9781602581999 | Published: March 2013