Krittika Bhattacharjee

Krittika Bhattacharjee is a PhD candidate in Religious Studies at the University of Edinburgh, in her fourth year. She is interested in the points of contact between tourism and religion, particularly in how tourists interact with, and in sites deemed religious. Her doctoral thesis is a study of visitors to the island of Iona.

Contributions by Krittika Bhattacharjee

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Roundtable: Should Religious Studies be Multidisciplinary?

Ninian Smart was a proponent of the idea that Religious Studies should be "poly-methodical"; but should Religious Studies as a discipline incorporate theories and methodologies from multiple other disciplines, such as sociology, anthropology or history? When RS departments have run on an interdisciplinary basis, have they been successful?

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Christmas Special 2016 - The Unverifiable Truth-Claim!

"The Unverifiable Truth-claim", recorded at BASR 2016, hosted by David Robertson, and featuring Christopher Cotter, Katie Aston, Jonathan Tuckett, and Krittika Bhatta... Bhatta... Bhattacharjee! Plus a special appearance by RSP Managing Editor, Thomas Coleman!

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Religion and the Psy-Disciplines

In this podcast, Dr. Christopher Harding uses his research on psychoanalysis and Buddhism in modern Japan to tackle the two-way dialogue between religion and the psy-disciplines. How have these shaped each other, and what are tensions between them?

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