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Brill’s series Empirical Research in Religion and Human Rights publishes the results of empirical research on the mutual influences of different religions and human rights. The series focuses on studying people’s views on human rights and human rights policy as related to their religious convictions by using data from international comparative research. In doing so, the series aims at becoming an international outlet for the study of religion and human rights from a humanities point of view.


The series published three volumes over the last 5 years.
Reflecting and Building on the Work of John Witte, Jr.
Across four decades, John Witte, Jr. has advanced the study of law and religion by retrieving religious sources of law, renewing timeless teachings of religion for today, and reengaging with the difficult issues confronting society. Interdisciplinary, international, and interfaith in scope, Witte’s work has generated an enormous body of scholarship. This collection of essays by leading scholars examines his impact and maps new directions for future exploration.
In: Faith in Law, Law in Faith
In: Faith in Law, Law in Faith
In: Faith in Law, Law in Faith
In: Faith in Law, Law in Faith
In: Faith in Law, Law in Faith
In: Faith in Law, Law in Faith
In: Faith in Law, Law in Faith
In: Faith in Law, Law in Faith