Secular Studies

Editor-in-Chief: John Shook
Secular Studies publishes original research on secularity, both historical and contemporary, and secular issues and agendas from multi-disciplinary and international perspectives. Historical, literary, cultural, political, anthropological, sociological, psychological, and philosophical studies of secular thought and living are sought, along with research on nonreligion, atheism, agnosticism, humanism, and naturalism. Also welcome are comparative, intersectional, and cross-cultural studies of secularity and secular people, investigations into types of secularism and patterns to secularization, and explorations of church-state relations around the world. Suitable submissions will receive double-blind peer review. All articles are published in English.
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Edited by: John Shook, University at Buffalo, USA Assistant Editor: Thomas J. Coleman III, Brain, Belief and Behaviour Research Group, Coventry University, UK Editorial Board: Jacques Berlinerblau, Program for Jewish Civilization, Georgetown University, USA Jocelyn Cesari, Political Theory and Middle Eastern Studies, The Sorbonne, Paris, France Caroline Corbin, Law, University of Miami, USA Jonathan Fox, Political Science, Bar-Ilan University, Israel Zoya Hasan, Political Theory, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India Leo Igwe, Philosophy, Religion, and African Studies, Nigeria Yolande Jansen, Philosophy and Humanism, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands Paula Montero, Anthropology, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil Juhem Navarro-Rivera, Political Science, Socioanalítica Research, Maryland, USA Graham Oppy, Philosophy, Monash University, Australia Anthony Pinn, Religious Studies, Rice University, USA Johannes Quack, Social Anthropology and Cultural Studies, University of Zurich, Switzerland Michael Rectenwald, Global Liberal Studies, New York University, USA Michael Ruse, Philosophy, Florida State University, USA Murat Somer, Political Science and International Relations, Koç University, Turkey Tim Whitmarsh, Classics, Cambridge University, UK Monika Wohlrab-Sahr, Cultural Sociology, University of Leipzig, Germany Phil Zuckerman, Sociology, Pitzer College, USA
Papers for double-blind peer review go to jshook@secularstudies.org. The Editor also welcomes Target Articles for peer commentaries, and proposals for special sections such as Author Meets Critics. Contact the Editor about sending new books for review.