Book Reviews

Cheruvallil-Contractor, S. and Shakkour, S. (eds.) (2015) Digital Methodologies in the Sociology of Religion. London: Bloomsbury Academic. — 256 p.

Still Orientalism: How the West Views Islam in the Internet? (Review of: Bunt, G.R. (2018) Hashtag Islam. How Cyber‑Islamic Environments Are Transforming Religious Authority. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. — 214 p.)

Eastern Orthodoxy in the Internet and Internet in Eastern Orthodoxy (Review of: Suslov, M. (ed.) (2016) Digital Orthodoxy in the Post‑Soviet World: The Russian Orthodox Church and Web 2.0. Stuttgart: Ibidem Verlag. — 350 p.)

Schleiter, Jens (2018) What Is It Like to Be Dead? Near‑Death Experiences, Christianity and the Occult. Oxford University Press. — 344 p.

Smolkin, Victoria (2018) A Sacred Space Is Never Empty. A History of Soviet Atheism. Princeton&Oxford: Princeton University Press. — 339 p.

Knox, Zoe (2018) Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Secular World: From the 1870s to the Present. Palgrave Macmillan. — 305 p.

Popular Culture as Religion (Review of: Possamai, Adam (ed.) (2012) Handbook of Hyper-Real Religions. Leiden, London: Brill. — 441 р.)

A New Look at the First Anti-Church Decrees of the Soviet Power

Review of: Otdelenie tserkvi ot gosudarstva i shkoly ot tserkvi v Sovetskoi Rossii. Oktiabr' 1917–1918 g. Sbornik dokumentov [Separation of the Church from the State and the Church from the School. October 1917–1918. Collection of Documents] / Otv. red. prot. Vladimir Vorob'ev, otv. sost. L.B. Miliakova. M.: Izd-vo PSTGU, 2016. — 944 s.

Shnirelman, V.A. (2017) «Koleno Danovo». Eskhatologiya i antisemitizm v sovremennoj Rossii [«The Tribe of Danov». Eschatology and Anti-Semitism in Modern Russia]. Moscow: BBI. — 631 p. (in Russian)

What We Can’t Talk About Should Be Imagined (Review of: Zygmont, A. (2018) Sviataia negativnost’. Nasilie i sakral’noe v filosofii Zh. Bataia [Sacred negativity. Violence and the sacred in the philosophy of Georges Bataille]. M.: Novoe literaturnoe obozre