By Richard Martin
A learn of mid-twentieth-century American sports clothing.
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The interpretive challenge of the study of lived religion is to develop the practice of disciplined attention to people's signs and practices as they describe, understand, and use them, in the circumstances of their experiences, and to the structures and conditions within which these signs and practices emerge. People do not simply act, of course; they attempt to understand and narrate themselves as actors. So the study of lived religion includes the work of social agents/actors themselves as narrators and interpreters (and reinterpreters) of their own experiences and histo- I N T R O D U C T I O N TO THE S E C O N D EDITION XXXIX ries, recognizing that the stories we tell about others exist alongside the many and varied stories they tell of themselves.
Culture itself is fundamentally and inescapably intersubjective. Language, perception, emotion, and imagination all take shape in and through relationships (including relationships with ancestors, gods, spirits, ghosts, and other'such figures). Relationships are fraught with desire, fear, denial, and needs of all sorts, conscious and unconscious, which makes (or ambiguity, confusion, and misinterpretation; they exist on crowded social and political fields and are implicated in domination, oppression, and exclusion.
There is broad interest among younger scholars of religion today in ethnographic approaches, at a time when the key terms in the discipline—including religion, culture, and history—are under intense critical scrutiny. We have gone well beyond the debates between intellectual and social history at this juncture to a rethinking of the very nature and practice of religious history and of the identity of the religious historian. THE DEAD END AND HIGH STAKES OF "POPULAR RELIGION" I was tentatively making my way intellectually and emotionally in East Harlem, against these invisible obstacles and internalized authorities, to the study of what scholars have begun to call "lived religion": religious practice and imagination in ongoing, dynamic relation with the realities and structures of everyday life in particular times and places.
American Ingenuity: Sportswear, 1930S-1970s by Richard Martin