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Oliver is joined by Dana Mirsalis, PhD candidate at Harvard University, to take a look at Shinto in Modern Japan. Together we unpack the tricky task of defining what Shinto is, whether it is an unofficial Japanese religion, a Japanese religion or even a religion at all. We also explore the ways Shinto shapes and is engaged with by contemporary Japanese as well as the shifting roles of women within the priesthood.
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[L] Priesthood students of Kōgakkan University by Dana Mirsalis
[R] “Sumiyoshitaisha Shinto Shrine, Osaka, Japan” by Geoff Whalan is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
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