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New Spiritual Homes: Religion and Asian…

New Spiritual Homes: Religion and Asian Americans (Intersections)

by David K. Yoo

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New Spiritual Homes investigates how religious traditions, movements, and institutions have been vital for Asian Americans, past and present. Through essays, expressive works, and resource materials, it reframes the religious landscape and brings into view the experiences of Asian Americans. How has religion assisted people in dealing with the upheaval of migration and with other transformations? In what ways has religion been a part of the identity formation of Asian immigrants and their descendants in the United States? How has religion played a role in the formation of Asian diasporas? These questions and many other emerge as the contributors explore the ways individuals and communities have constructed and continue to construct their worldviews in light of their religious commitments.

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