Book Reviews

Review of Book Series of SEFER Center

Stausberg, Michael and Engler, Steven (eds) (2014) The Routledge Handbook of Research Methods in the Study of Religion. London and New York: Routledge. – 543 p.

Schönpflug, Daniel and Wessel, Martin Schulze (eds) (2012) Redefining the Sacred. Religion in the French and Russian Revolutions. Berlin: Peter Lang. – 226 p.

Beaumont, Justin and Baker, Christopher (eds) (2011) Postsecular Cities: Space, Theory and Practice. London: Continuum. – 276 p.

Noble, Samuel and Treiger, Alexander (2014) The Orthodox Church in the Arab World, 700–1700: An Anthology of Sources / Foreword by Metropolitan Ephrem (Kyriakos). DeKalb, IL.: Northern Illinois University Press. – 355 p.

Seleznyov, Nikolai (2014) Pax Christiana et Pax Islamica: On the History of Interconfessional Relations in the Medieval Near East. Moscow: Russian State University for the Humanities. – 264 p. (In Russian)

Zabotkina, V. (ed.) (2012) Russia: A Changing Concept of Time through the Lens of Language. Representations of Time in Russian Language in Comparison with English and German. Moscow: Rukopisnye pamiatniki drevnei Rusi. In Russian. — 472 p.

Aitamurto, K. and Simpson, S. (2013) Modern Pagan and Native Faith Movements in Central and Eastern Europe. Acumen. — 352 p.

Moreman, Ch. (ed.) (2013) The Spiritualist Movement: Speaking with the Dead in America and Around the World. Vol. 1 – 3. Westport: Praeger. — 805 p.

Parker Gumucio, C. (ed.)(2012) Religion, politica y cultura en America Latina: Nuevas miradas / Religiao, politica e cultura na America Latina: Novos olhares. Santiago de Chile: Instituto de estudios avanzados de la Universidad de Santiago de Chile.—392p.