Religious Studies in Contemporary China Collection

The Religious Studies in Contemporary China Collection (RSCC), co-published in cooperation with Minzu Press, makes Chinese scholarly research on religion available in English. This series includes six volumes of selected essays on the following topics: Popular Religion and Shamanism, Taoism, Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, and Marxism and Religious Studies. The volumes in this series touch upon areas, such as popular religion, that are largely ignored in English language scholarship. These works are not only important to China scholars, but also serve as an invaluable resource for non-China specialists and students who are interested in Chinese history, religion and ethnicity.

The series published an average of one volume per year over the last 5 years.
Popular Religion and Shamanism

Series Advisors: Thomas DuBois Australian National University, Mark Bender Ohio State University, and Kun Shi Ohio State University


Series Advisor: Vincent Goossaert École Pratique des Hautes Études


Series Advisors: Ryan Dunch University of Alberta and Chloë Starr Yale University

Marxism and Religion

Series Advisor: Thomas DuBois Australian National University


Series Advisor: Chun-fang Yu Columbia University


Series Advisor: Michael Dillon Independent Scholar