Publications and creative works by faculty in the Department of Religion, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, are collected here.

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Submissions from 2021

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Rethinking Religion and Politics in a Plural World : The Baha'i International Community and the United Nations, Julia Berger (2021)

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Women Philosophers. Volume II, Entering Academia in Nineteenth-Century America, Dorothy G. Rogers (2021)

Submissions from 2020

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Liberal Quaker Reconciliation Theology : A Constructive Approach, Christy Randazzo (2020)

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Women Philosophers. Volume I, Education and Activism in Nineteenth-Century America, Dorothy G. Rogers (2020)

Submissions from 2018

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Sikh Self-Sacrifice and Religious Representation during World War I, John Soboslai (2018)

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Sikh Self-Sacrifice and Religious Representation during World War I, John Soboslai (2018)

Submissions from 2017

Crow Jesus : Personal Stories of Native Religious Belonging, Mark Clatterbuck (2017)

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Religion and Genocide Nexuses: Bosnia as Case Study, Kate E. Temoney (2017)

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Religion and Genocide Nexuses: Bosnia as Case Study, Kate E. Temoney (2017)

Submissions from 2016

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The 1994 Rwandan Genocide: The Religion/Genocide Nexus, Sexual Violence, and the Future of Genocide Studies, Kate E. Temoney (2016)

Submissions from 2015

God in the Tumult of the Global Square : Religion in Global Civil Society, Mark Juergensmeyer, Dinah Griego, and John Soboslai (2015)

Submissions from 2014

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Tribal alliances : the State of Israel and native American Christianity., Mark Clatterbuck (2014)

Submissions from 2012

Contributions by Women to Nineteenth Century American Philosophy : Frances Wright, Antoinette Brown-Blackwell, Marietta Kies, Therese Boos Dykeman and Dorothy G. Rogers (2012)

Submissions from 2009

Demons, Saints & Patriots : Catholic Visions of Native America Through the Indian Sentinel, 1902-1962, Mark Clatterbuck (2009)

Submissions from 2006

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Rashid Ridā and Maqāsid al-Sharī'a, Yasir Ibrahim (2006)

Submissions from 1997

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"Making Hegel Talk English" — America's First Women Idealists, Dorothy G. Rogers (1997)