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“Bucar’s sharp insights, shot through with humour and self-awareness, are exactly what we need the next time we reach over to borrow from someone else’s religion for our own therapeutic, political, or educational needs.”

—Gene Demby, cohost and correspondent for NPR’s Code Switch

“Liz Bucar explores the moral risk of intercultural theft. Stealing My Religion is a powerful intervention by a leading scholar of religion into the illiberal results of everyday religious exploitation. Highly recommended.”

—Kathryn Lofton, author of Consuming Religion

“A welcome and necessary reminder that all of us, ultimately, are unreliable narrators when we weave ourselves into others’ stories.” —Jeff Yang, coauthor of Rise:APopHistory ofAsianAmericafromtheNinetiestoNow

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