Vol. 24 Nbr. 1, March 2012
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- The Lion, the Witch and the Cold War: political meanings in the religious writings of C.S. Lewis.
- Voice from Rikers: spirituality in hip hop artist Lil' Wayne's prison blog.
- The cultural foundations of the Islamist practice of charity in Morocco.
- Superstars and misfits: two pop-trends in the gender culture of contemporary evangelicalism.
- L. Ron Hubbard's alternative to the bomb shelter: scientology's emergence as a pseudo-science during the 1950s.
- New frontiers: Wild at Heart and post-promise keeper evangelical manhood.
- Selling faith: marketing Christian popular culture to Christian and non-Christian audiences.
- Let this hell be our heaven: Richard Matheson's spirituality and its Hollywood distortions.
- En masse: French Canadian students, Catholicism, and mass media.
- Paranormal media: audiences, spirits, and magic in popular culture.
- Star Trek as Myth: Essays on Symbol and Archetype at the Final Frontier.
- Locating the past/discovering the present: perspectives on religion, culture, and marginality.
- The Faithful Citizen: Popular Christian Media and Gendered Civic Identities.
- Sacred matters: celebrity worship, sexual ecstasies, the living dead, and other signs of religious life in the United States.