From the Publisher
"The ability to separate religion from media from culture is becoming more dubious by the day. This collection of essays allows readers to relish the complexities and discover threads that lead in brand new directions to help us rethink religion, media, and culture. The editors have assembled a needed tool for classroom use, provoking questions, but also supplying the critical means to think through contemporary cultural engagements."
- S. Brent Plate, managing editor of Material Religion, author of Religion and Film: Cinema and the Re-Creation of the World
"As a whole, the volume...provides a good mixture of original and previously published work...[It] is organized around a set of highly relevant themes, and provides a useful andaccessible resource for courses and teaching on religion, media and culture."
-Marcus Moberg, Åbo Akademi University, Finland