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Perhaps it is time to stop treating the word “religion” as a tool of the scholar and to start treating it as the very object of study.

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In this interview, Dr Teemu Taira discusses the role of marginal traditions in understanding the application of the term “religion” in differing context, in particular he discusses Karhun Kansa, the People of the Bear. This leads onto a methodological discussion on the use of the term and the role scholars play in this discourse.

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