The fifth and final volume of The Fundamentalism Project provides analytical and comparative takes on the original hypothesis of the project: that fundamentalist movements share certain family traits namely reactive, absolutist and anti-secular religious activism. It charts four different ways that fundamentalist movements react to the world around them and in its concluding four essays provides a framework for the study and analysis of fundamentalisms.
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Fundamentalisms observed: a study conducted by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Fundamentalisms and the state: remaking polities, economies, and militance
Fundamentalisms and society : reclaiming the sciences, the family, and education
Accounting for fundamentalisms: the dynamic character of movements