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Religion, Culture, and History Series

The Religion, Culture, and History Series, formerly known as the Cultural Criticism Series, publishes scholarly work that addresses the relation between religious studies and cultural studies/theory. It brings new and disparate voices into the academic debate on issues related to the interdependence of cultural and religious phenomena. By emphasizing the religious dimensions of culture and the cultural dimensions of religion, the series promotes a widening and deepening of the study of popular culture and cultural theory. Generally, the Religion, Culture, and History Series aims at: (1) A close reading of a cultural text or lived experience; (2) Critiquing existing representations of cultural phenomena and practices; and (3) Constructing alternative and oppositional cultural practices.

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1/3/2020

Devotional Sovereignty

Caleb Simmons

11/12/2019

The Many Faces of a Himalayan Goddess

Ehud Halperin

10/15/2019

Missionary Calculus

Anilkumar Belvadi

3/1/2018

Latino and Muslim in America

Harold D. Morales

7/1/2016

Muslims Beyond the Arab World

Fallou Ngom

10/15/2015

Hindu Christian Faqir

Timothy S. Dobe

5/1/2014

Real Sadhus Sing to God

Antoinette Elizabeth DeNapoli

12/6/2012

Muslims and Others in Sacred Space

Margaret Cormack

11/19/2012

Little Buddhas

Vanessa R. Sasson

12/12/2008

Imagining the Fetus

Vanessa R. Sasson Jane Marie Law

7/20/2007

Virtuous Bodies

Susanne Mrozik