Book Series

Book Series

Religion and the Social Order

A Book Series from Brill Academic Publishers and the Association for the Sociology of Religion

Call For Proposals

We are now seeking book proposals for Religion And The Social Order book series. The series was initiated by the Association for the Sociology of Religion (ASR), which is an international scholarly association that seeks to advance theory and research in the sociology of religion. The aim of Religion and the Social Order (RESO) is to publish edited volumes or single topic monographs that center around a particular set of current interests within the sociology of religion. It specifically aims to advance theory and research within this field of study. The series seeks to publish at least one volume per year. Under the auspices of the Association for the Sociology of Religion, RESO has been published by Brill since 2004 and under the General Editorship of Inger Furseth since 2016.  Please view the full Call For Proposals.  Find out more about the Manuscript Proposal Guidelines.

ASR Membership Requirement:  Please remember contributors to the series should be or are expected to become an ASR member.

General Editor

Inger Furseth, University of Oslo, Norway

Editorial Committee

Lori Beaman, University of Ottawa, Canada

Michele Dillon, University of New Hampshire, USA

David Herbert, Kingston University London, UK

Juan Marco Vaggione, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina

Rhys Williams, Loyola University, Chicago, USA

Melissa M. Wilcox, University of California at Riverside, USA

 

To order volumes at the special discounted price for ASR Members, please contact the Executive Officer of ASR.

Volumes in the Series

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A Brief History of the Series

The series Religion and the Social Order was initiated by the Association for the Sociology of Religion in 1991, under the General Editorship of David G. Bromley, who also edited the first volume.  The initial publication contract was with JAI, which published volumes 1 to 7.  After JAI shut down in the later 1990s, Volumes 8, 9, and 10 were printed by presses which JAI had found to fulfill its contractual obligations to ASR.  In 2004, ASR entered into a new contract with Brill to continue publishing the series, under the General Editorship of William H. Swatos, Jr.