Religion and Sport in North America

Religion and Sport in North America

This volume contains lively, up-to-date essays from leading figures in the field which treat religion as an indispensable prism through which to view sports, and vice versa.This is ideal for students and scholars of sociology of religion, sociology of sport, religion and race, religion and gender, and religion and politics.


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