Church and urban life. Ecclesiology, ethnography and sociology of religion

Archer, Kevin, 2013. The City: The Basics. London: Routledge. S. 1–103. (102 s)

Cameron, Helen & Deborah Bhatti et al, 2010. Talking About God in Practice. Theological Action, Research and Practical Theology. London: SCM Press. S. 49–60 (11 s.)

Helgesson Kjellin, Kristina, 2016. En bra plats att vara på: en antropologisk studie av mångfaldsarbete och identitetsskapande inom Svenska kyrkan. Skellefteå: Artos. (267 s)

Holmberg, Andreas, 2019. Kyrka i nytt landskap. En studie av levd ecklesiologi i Svenska kyrkan. Skellefteå: Artos. Kap 1-6 (240 s.)

Ideström, Jonas, 2009. Lokal kyrklig identitet. En studie av implicit ecklesiologi med exemplet Svenska kyrkan i Flemingsberg. Biblioteca Theologiae Practicae 85. Skellefteå: Artos. s. 35-74, 205-244. (105 s.)

Ideström, Jonas och Kaufman, Tone Stangeland (red), 2018. What Really Matters. Scandinavian Perspectives on Ecclesiology and Ethnography. Eugene, Or: Wipf and Stock Publ. (292 s)

Kaijer, Lars och Öhlander, Magnus (red), 2011, 2 uppl. Etnologiskt fältarbete. Lund: Studentlitteratur. (150 s.)

Tillkommer artiklar och annat material som väljs i samråd med kurslärare (ca 50 s.)

Literature last revised on September 29, 2022.

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Jonas Ideström

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