International Studies in Religion and Society publishes about societal themes and their relation to religion from a social scientific point of view, also taking into account approaches from contemporary philosophical and legal research. The series’ aim is making contributions to the development of theories on the interplay between religion and society by focussing on a deeper understanding of different systems of thought, values and belief, and the ways in which these systems interact.
The series has published an average of 2,5 volumes per year over the last 5 years.
Editors-in-Chief Lori G. Beaman and Peter Beyer, University of Ottawa, Canada
Advisory Board Afe Adogame, University of Edinburgh, UK
Elizabeth Coleman, Monash University, Australia
Lene Kühle, Aarhus University, Denmark
Mary Jo Neitz, University of Missouri, USA
Linda Woodhead, University of Lancaster, UK