Studies in Mystical Traditions
The role of mysticism is dramatically changing in Western society and culture as well as in the relationship between spiritual traditions throughout the world in the era of globalization. After Spirituality: Studies in Mystical Traditions seeks to develop a wide range of perspectives anthropological, cultural, hermeneutical, historical, psychological, and sociological on mystical and spiritual centers, figures, movements, textual and artistic products. The series will appeal to broad audiences, ranging from scholars to students to teachers.
Toward Cosmic Social TheoryVolume 4Textbook XIV, 219 Pages
From Magic to MythVolume 3Monographs XIV, 284 Pages
Jewish Spiritual Renewal in IsraelVolume 2Textbook XII, 180 Pages
Studies in Mystical TraditionsVolume 1Textbook 197 Pages