||Literature, religion, and postsecular studies
Literature, religion, and postsecular studies.
||Religion and the secular state: Loisy's use of "religion" prior to his excommunication / Jeffrey L. Morrow -- A commonwealth of affection: modern Hinduism and the cultural history of the study of religion / J. Barton Scott -- "God's insurrection": politics and faith in the revolutionary sermons of Joseph Rayner Stephens / Mike Sanders -- George Jacob Holyoake, secularism, and constructing "religion" as an anachronistic repressor / David Nash -- Karl Marx and the invention of the secular / Dominic Erdozain -- From treasures to trash, or, the real history of "family Bibles" / Mary Wilson Carpenter -- Rereading Queen Victoria's religion / Michael Ledger-Lomas -- Jewish women's writing as a new category of affect / Richa Dwor -- Hybridous monsters: constructing "religion" and "the novel" in the early nineteenth century / Miriam Elizabeth Burstein -- Material religion: C.H. Spurgeon and the "battle of the styles" in Victorian church architecture / Dominic Janes -- Wilde's uses of religion / Mark Knight -- Reading Psalms in nineteenth-century England: the contact zone of Jewish-Christian scriptural relations / Cynthia Scheinberg -- Postsecular English studies and romantic cults of authorship / Charles LaPorte -- Theologies of inspiration: William Blake and Gerard Manley Hopkins / Michael D. Hurley -- William Blake, the secularization of religious categories, and the history of imagination / Peter Otto.
||"Brings together literary, historical, and religious studies scholars to analyze the ways that religion was constructed, commodified, debated, deployed, and practiced in nineteenth-century British literature and culture. Draws connections between Britain, continental Europe, colonial India, and the United States"-- Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|Issued in other form||Online version: Constructing nineteenth-century religion. Columbus : The Ohio State University Press,  9780814276945|
|Genre/form||Criticism, interpretation, etc.|
|ISBN||0814213979 (cloth ; alk. paper)|