Religion and the Social Order

Series Editor:
Abby Day
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The Association for the Sociology of Religion (ASR) is an international scholarly society that seeks to advance theory and research in the sociology of religion. The aim of Religion and the Social Order is to publish edited volumes that center around a particular set of current interests within the sociology of religion. It specifically aims to advance theory and research within this field of study. Contributors to the series will be or are expected to become ASR members. The series seeks to publish at least one volume per year. Under the auspices of the ASR, Religion and the Social Order has been published by Brill since 2004 and under the General Editorship of Abby Day since 2023.

Proposals for volumes should be directed to the present editor.

The series published two volumes since 2019.
Intersecting Religion and Sexuality
Sociological Perspectives
Volume 27
978-90-04-39071-3
Religious and Sexual Nationalisms in Central and Eastern Europe
Gods, Gays and Governments
Volume 26
978-90-04-29779-1
Sociologies of Religion
National Traditions
Volume 25
978-90-04-29758-6
Religion in Times of Crisis
Volume 24
978-90-04-27779-3
Testing Pluralism
Globalizing Belief, Localizing Gods
Volume 23
978-90-04-25475-6
How Prophecy Lives
Volume 21
978-90-04-22268-7
History, Time, Meaning, and Memory
Ideas for the Sociology of Religion
Volume 20
978-90-04-21561-0
Religion Crossing Boundaries
Transnational Religious and Social Dynamics in Africa and the New African Diaspora
Volume 18
978-90-04-18914-0
Conversion in the Age of Pluralism
Volume 17
978-90-47-44494-7
Religion and Diversity in Canada
Volume 16
978-90-47-44354-4
Vocation and Social Context
Volume 14
978-90-47-42102-3
American Sociology of Religion
Histories
Volume 13
978-90-47-42104-7
On the Road to Being There
Studies in Pilgrimage and Tourism in Late Modernity
Volume 12
978-90-47-40982-3
General Editor
Abby Day, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK

Editorial Committee
Lori Beaman, University of Ottawa, Canada
Michele Dillon, University of New Hampshire, USA
David Herbert, University of Bergen, Norway
Roberta Ricucci, University of Turin, Italy
Federico Settler, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Rhys Williams, Loyola University, Chicago, USA
Melissa M. Wilcox, University of California at Riverside, USA
Authors who are interested in publishing in the Series are invited to submit their proposals and/or full manuscripts to the Editor-in-Chief, Abby Day.
Proposals can also be directed 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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