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This article describes and discusses an ongoing attempt to listen better to the meaning-making potential that is not only inherent in words, but also in human speech’s auditory dimensions. Through a presentation of three chronologically ordered phases of listening, with particular focus on various forms of Muslim preaching, a string of fruitful analytical paths for aurally oriented studies of religion are expounded. The empirical examples include listening practices within a contemporary Sufi order, digitally disseminated oral Islamist messages, and media-adapted Muslim preaching with varying ideological content and communicative strategies. The article also relates these examples and analyses to a wider research field within the study of religion with attention to sound and voices.
|Translated title of the contribution||Hearing Voices: Three Phases of Listening|
|Number of pages||14|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|