This series of monographs provides a platform for the burgeoning scholarship on religion and politics from either religious studies, political science, or the social sciences in general. Brill Research Perspectives in Religion and Politics seeks to examine topics that are intensely debated in the public space such as violence and politics, human rights, or democracy and secularism from multidisciplinary theoretical and data-driven perspectives.
The series welcomes manuscripts based on recent original research (whether involving fieldwork, archival work, surveys, or other methods) in a particular national or regional setting or in a comparative way across religions or political contexts. Manuscripts typically range from 35,000 to 40,000 words, but could also extend to 80,000 words. The book series does not publish edited volumes.
Until 2020, Brill Research Perspectives in Religion and Politics was also published as a journal.
Jocelyne Cesari, University of Birmingham, UK, and Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA
Mirjam Künkler, Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study, Uppsala, Sweden
Francesca Cadeddu, Fondazione per le scienze religiose "Giovanni XXIII", Bologna, Italy
Jonathan Fox, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel
Tamir Moustafa, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada
Fabio Petito, Brighton, UK
Ronit Ricci, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Fatima Sadiqi, Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco
Vineet Thakur, Leiden University, The Netherlands
Gülay Türkmen, WZB Berlin Social Science Center, Germany
Erin Wilson, University of Groningen, The Netherlands