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Liturgy in Migration

From the Upper Room to Cyberspace

Edited by Teresa Berger

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eISBN: 9780814662762, E6276

Details: 336 pgs,
Publication Date: 11/01/2012
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Liturgy migrates. That is, liturgical practices, forms, and materials have migrated and continue to migrate across geographic, ethnic, ecclesial, and chronological boundaries. Liturgy in Migration offers the contributions of scholars who took part in the Yale Institute of Sacred Music's 2011 international liturgy conference on this topic.

Presenters explored the nature of liturgical migrations and flows, their patterns, directions, and characteristics. Such migrations are always wrapped in their social and cultural contexts. With this in mind, these essays recalibrate, for the twenty-first century, older work on liturgical inculturation. They allow readers to better understand contemporary liturgical flows in the light of important and fascinating migrations of the past.

Teresa Berger is professor of liturgical studies at the Yale Institute of Sacred Music and Yale Divinity School. She is the author of Fragments of Real Presence: Liturgical Traditions in Women's Hands and Gender Differences and the Making of Liturgical History.

eISBN: 9780814662762, E6276

Details: 336 pgs,
Publication Date: 11/01/2012

Reviews

. . . splendid, careful, theologically and historically insightful writing. . .
New Theology Review

. . . an important contribution towards the recognition of women's liturgical studies as a distinct discipline.
Yearbook of the European Society of Women in Theological Research

This work constitutes an important contribution to the landscape of historiographical research concerning the relationship of women to Christian worship and their experience of liturgy.
Antiphon