Religion in the Americas

Series Editors:
Henri Gooren
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The book series Religion in the Americas is devoted to the study of religious influences within and between South, Central, Latin, and North America. A particular focus lies on the interaction of different forms of Christianity with the societies, politics, religions, economies, symbols, materialities, and cultures of the variety of peoples in the Americas. The complex theologies, philosophies, and contributions of their expressions and experiences throughout the Americas have profoundly influenced not only Catholicism but many other religions - in the Americas and all across the globe. In addition to Christianity, the editors welcome submissions on Indigenous, New Age, Africa- and migrant-derived religions. Religion in the Americas brings to the forefront new works that deal with these issues, particularly from the perspectives of religious studies, cultural anthropology, sociology, history, psychology, and Latin American Studies.

The series has published one volume since 2019.
The Politics of Religion and the Rise of Social Catholicism in Peru (1884-1935)
Faith, Workers and Race before Liberation Theology
Volume 18
New Age in Latin America
Popular Variations and Ethnic Appropriations
Volume 16
Middle Class Pentecostalism in Argentina
Inappropriate Spirits
Volume 15
A New Model of Religious Conversion
Beyond Network Theory and Social Constructivism
Volume 14
Christianity in Latin America
Revised and Expanded Edition
Volume 13
Power in Powerlessness
A Study of Pentecostal Life Worlds in Urban Chile
Volume 12
Power in Powerlessness
A Study of Pentecostal Life Worlds in Urban Chile
Volume 12
French-Speaking Protestants in Canada
Historical Essays
Volume 11
Winds from the North
Canadian Contributions to the Pentecostal Movement
Volume 10
Latin American Evangelical Theology in the 1970's
The Golden Decade
Volume 9
Old Colony Mennonites in Argentina and Bolivia
Nation Making, Religious Conflict and Imagination of the Future
Volume 7
Taken from the Lips: Gender and Eros in Mesoamerican Religions
Gender and Eros in Mesoamerican Religions
Volume 5
Emerging Voices, Urgent Choices
Essays on Latino / a Religious Leadership
Volume 4
Latin American Liberation Theology
Volume 1
Latin American Liberation Theology
Volume 1
Series Editors
Henri Gooren, Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan USA
Cristina Rocha, Western Sydney University, Australia
Authors who are interested in publishing in the Series are invited to submit their proposals and/or full manuscripts to the Acquisitions Editor for Religious Studies at Brill, Tessel Jonquière.
Please also consult the "Publishing Books with Brill" page on Brill's website for additional information. This page includes a link to Brill's Author Guide.
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