Why do societies have religions, and what is the relationship between the nature of a society and its religious institutions? How has secularization impacted religion?
Our speaker, Jeff Nash, taught at University of Tulsa, Macalester College and he is an emeritus professor of sociology at Missouri State University. He also served as chair of the sociology and anthropology department at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, and he has articles and books on a variety of topics from the language and culture of Deafness to studies of everyday life. For the past eight years, he has been co-editor of Journal of Contemporary Ethnography.
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