Check out the new publication by ISOR researcher Rafael Cazarin and Marian Burchardt (Leipzig University). The chapter “Learning how to feel: emotionally-based repertoires and the Pentecostal discourse of social transformation” is part of the book “Affective Trajectories – Religion and Emotion in African Cityscapes” published by Duke University Press. In this work, the authors offer a transnational comparison of Pentecostal emotional engagements with the challenges of urban life in Spain and South Africa. Link to the publication.
New publication by Rafael Cazarin0