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Contents

List of Figures
Acknowledgements

PART I: INTRODUCTIONS

Introduction: Going to ‘Pentecost’: Outline of an Experiment
Interlude: Locations in 'Pentecost'
Reading Guide

PART II: PRESENTATIONS FROM 'PENTECOST'

Chapter 1. Borders in ‘Pentecost’: Creating Protected Spaces
Chapter 2. Reconfiguring Life and Death: A New Moral Economy in ‘Pentecost’
Chapter 3. Anti-relativist Nostalgias and The Absolutist Road

PART III: THEORIES FROM 'PENTECOST'

Chapter 4. Borders and Abjections: Approaching Individualism in ‘Pentecost’
Chapter 5. Engaging with Theories of Neoliberalism and Prosperity
Chapter 6. Ruptures and Encompassments: Towards an Absolute Truth

PART IV: COMMENTS

Chapter 7. Comparison Re-placed
Matei Candea

Chapter 8. Pentecostalism and Forms of Individualism
Joel Robbins

Chapter 9. Life at The End of Time: A Note on Comparison, 'Pentecost' and the Trobriands
Bjørn Enge Bertelsen

Chapter 10. Wealth versus Money in Pentecost: Why Is Money Good?
Knut Rio

Chapter 11. ‘Pentecost’ in The World
Birgit Meyer

Index

Going to Pentecost

An Experimental Approach to Studies in Pentecostalism

Annelin Eriksen, Ruy Llera Blanes, and Michelle MacCarthy

238 pages, 12 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78920-139-0 Hb Published (February 2019)