[Air-l] suggestions?

Steve Jones sjones at uic.edu
Fri May 19 06:53:13 PDT 2006


For an excellent overview of religion online there is also Heidi's  
own recently published book, "Exploring Religious Community  
Online" (see http://www.peterlangusa.com/Index.cfm? 
vID=67105&vHR=1&vUR=2&vUUR=5&vLang=E).

Sj

On May 18, 2006, at 10:28 AM, Heidi Campbell wrote:

> Hi Charles-
>
>   You might be interested in the forthcoming conference if you  
> haven't already heard about it:
>
>   Fundamentalism and the Media   Boulder, CO, USA, October 10-12, 2006
>      The Center for Media, Religion, and Culture
> University of Colorado at Boulder
>
>   Co-Sponsors: World Association
> for Christian Communication/North American Region and
> World Association for Christian Communication (WACC), London
>
>   http://www.colorado.edu/journalism/mcm/mrc/fundmed.htm
>
>   For articles/books specifically on religion online and  
> fundamentalism, I would take a look at the following:
>
>   Barzilai-Nahon, K. & Barzilai , G. (2005). Cultured Technology:  
> Internet & Religious Fundamentalism. In: The Information Society  
> 21/1, URL: http://www.indiana.edu/~tisj/21/1/ab-barzilai.html
>
>   Bunt, G. (2003). Islam In The Digital Age : E-Jihad, Online  
> Fatwas and Cyber Islamic Environments London: Pluto Press.
>
>   Howard, R. G. (2000). Online Ethnography of Dispensationalist  
> Discourse: Revealed Verses Negotiated Truth. In Religion on the  
> Internet: Research prospects and promises, J. K. Hadden & D. E.  
> Cowan, Eds. (pp. 225-246) New York: JAI Press.
>
>   Robinson, R. (2004) Virtual Warfare: The Internet as the New Site  
> for Global Religious Conflict. In Asian Journal of Social Science,  
> 32(2): 198-215.
>
> On religious fundamentalism and the Media I would start with:
>
>   Appleby & Marty (1997) The Fundamentalism Project: Fundamentalism  
> & Society, Vol. 2, part 3 "Education and the Media"
>
>   Cheers-
>
>   Heidi C
>   Texas A&M University
>
>
>
>   Charles Ess <cmess at drury.edu> wrote:
>
>
>   Hi Aoir-ists,
>
> I'm doing some work on religion online, and am keen on finding both
> resources and resource persons in the area of fundamentalism as  
> communicated
> through mass media.
>
> Please reply to me offlist - I'll happily compile bibliographic  
> suggestions,
> etc., for speedy distribution onlist.
>
> Many thanks!
>
> Charles Ess
>
> Distinguished Research Professor,
> Interdisciplinary Studies
> Drury University
> 900 N. Benton Ave. Voice: 417-873-7230
> Springfield, MO 65802 USA FAX: 417-873-7435
> Home page: http://www.drury.edu/ess/ess.html
>
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>
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