April 2021 – March 2022 | Publications

Journal Articles

  • Atunes, Henrique Fernandes. (2021). “Between Prohibitionism and Religious Freedom: The Legal Disputes Concerning an Ayahuasca Church and the United States Government.” Novos Estudos, 30 no.3: 463-478.
  • Atunes, Henrique Fernandes. (2021). “Corpos, afetos, sensibilidades e o sentimento da história,” Debates do NER, 21 no. 39: 175-177.
  • Atunes, Henrique Fernandes. (2021). “Políticas de patrimônio cultural imaterial: o caso do uso religioso da ayahuasca,” Estudios Sociales Contemporâneos, 26: 103-127.
  • Barras, Amélie. (2021). “Formalizing secularism as a regime of restrictions and protections: The Case of Quebec (Canada) and Geneva (Switzerland),” Canadian Journal of Law and Society 36, no. 2: 283-302.
  • Bramadat, Paul. (2021). “You Are Here: Mapping Religious Studies in Canada,” Studies in Religion (September): 1-2.
  • Bramadat, Paul. (2022). “Walls and Borders: Theology and Regionalism After Religion,” Journal of Interreligious Studies, 34: 12-17.
  • Colin, Mathieu and Solange Lefebvre (2022). “Endoctriner et radicaliser sur la toile: de l’usage des mèmes par l’extrême droite,” Revue Communications. (in press).
  • Beaman, Lori G. (2021). “Our Culture, Our Heritage, Our Values: Whose Culture, Whose Heritage, Whose Values?,” Canadian Journal of Law and Society/ Revue canadienne droit et société, 36, no. 2: 203-223.
  • Beaman, Lori G. (2021). “Reclaiming Enchantment: The Transformational Possibilities of Immanence,” Secularism and Nonreligion, 10, no. 1: 1-14.
  • Cragun, Ryan T., and Kevin J. McCaffree. (2021). “Nothing Is Not Something: On Replacing Nonreligion with Identities,” Secular Studies, 3 no. 1: 7–26. doi: 10.1163/25892525-bja10017.
  • Cragun, Ryan T., McCaffree, Kevin J., Puga-Gonzalez, Ivan, Wildman, Wesley, and F. LeRon Shults. (2021). “Religious Exiting and Social Networks: Computer Simulations of Religious/Secular Pluralism,” Secularism and Nonreligion, 10 no. 1: 2.
  • Ezzy, Douglas, Banham, Rebecca, and Lori G. Beaman. (2022). “Religious anti- discrimination legislation and the negotiation of difference in Victoria, Australia,” Religion, State & Society, 50 no. 1: 22-39.
  • Ezzy, Douglas, Fielder, Bronwyn, Dwyer, Angela, and Louise Richardson‐Self. (2022). “LGBT+ equality, religious freedom and government‐funded faith‐based religiously affiliated educational workplaces,” Australian Journal of Social Issues, 57, 1: 185-201.
  • Ezzy, Douglas, Banham, Rebecca, and Lori G. Beaman. (2021). “Religious diversity, legislation, and Christian privilege,” Journal of Sociology, Online First. https://doi.org/10.1177/14407833211022036.
  • Hay, Alastair. (2022). “Canadian and American Religion Redux: Revisiting America’s Religious Exceptionalism and Persistence Compared to Canada,” Studies in Religion, 51 No.1: 69-90.
  • Montero, Paula, Nicácio, Camila, and Juan Marco Vaggione. (2021). “Percepções da diversidade étnico-racial e religiosa no Brasil e na Argentina e suas expressões político-jurídicas,” [Perceptions of ethnic-racial and religious diversity in Brazil and Argentina and their political-legal expressions,] Religião & Sociedade, 41, no. 3.
  • Montero, Paula. (2021). « Secularismo brasileiro à luz das categorias de “injúria” e “intolerância religiosa, » Debates do NER, 40.
  • Rabbia, Hugo H. (2022). “I Have Apostatized: Self-Narratives of Catholic Apostasy as Resources for Collective Mobilization in Argentina,” Religions, 13, no. 2: 181.
  • Rabbia, Hugo H. (2022). “Movilizaciones religiosas conservadoras en Argentina: la campaña de municipios y provincias provida,” [Conservative religious mobilizations in Argentina: the campaign of pro-life municipalities and provinces], Iztapalapa Revista de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades, 92, no. 43: 117-152.
  • Da Costa, N; Morello, G.; Rabbia, H. H. and Catalina Romero. (2021). “Exploring the Non-affiliated in South America,” Journal of American Academy of Religion (JAAR), 89, no. 2: 562–587.
  • Sharma, S., and Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham. (2022). “In plain view: Gender in the work of women healthcare chaplains,” Social Compass. (in press).
  • Strumos, Lauren. (2021). “Ethical Veganism as Nonreligion in Mr J Casamitjana Costa v The League Against Cruel Sports,” Studies in Religion. (Advanced online publication).
  • Vaggione, Juan Marco. (2022).  “El entramado neoconservador en América Latina. La instrumentalización de la ideología de género en las democracias contemporáneas”.  Las Torres de Lucca. Revista internacional de filosofía política 11, no. 1 : 51-64
  • Vanasse-Pelletier, Mathilde, Lefebvre, Solange, and Imane Khlifate. (2021). “Religion on an Ordinary Day in Quebec: Cultural Christianity, ‘Threatening’ Islam and the Supernatural Marketplace,” Journal of Religion, Media and Digital Culture, 10, 272-296.
  • Wilkins-Laflamme, Sarah. (2021). “A Tale of Decline or Change? Working Toward a Complementary Understanding of Secular Transition and Individual Spiritualization Theories,” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 60, no. 3: 516-539.
  • Wilkins-Laflamme, Sarah. (2021). “The Secular Diaspora in Canada: A Research Note,” Secular Studies, 3, no. 1: 141-160.
  • Woodhead, Linda. (2022). “Truth and Deceit in Institutions,” Studies in Christian Ethics, 35, no. 1: 87-103.

Books

  • Barras, Amélie, Selby, Jennifer A., and Adrian, M eds. (2022). Producing Islam (s) in Canada: On knowledge, Positionality and Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Beaman, Lori G. and Timothy Stacey eds. (2021). Nonreligious Imaginaries of World-Repairing: Studying an Emergent Majority. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Bramadat, Paul, Killen, Patricia and Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme (2022). Religion at the Edge: Nature, Spirituality, and Secularity in the Pacific Northwest. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press. (forthcoming).
  • Bramadat, Paul. (2021). Urban Religious Events: Public Spirituality in Contested Spaces. London: Bloomsbury.
  • Smith, Jesse, and Ryan T. Cragun (2021). The Basics: Nonreligion and Secularity. London: Bloomsbury Academic.
  • Flávia Biroli, Vaggione, Juan Marco, and Maria das Dores Campos Machado (2020). Gênero, neoconservadorismo e democracia: Disputas e retrocessos na América Latina, Brasilia: Boitempo Editorial.
  • Wilkins-Laflamme, Sarah. (2022). Religion, Spirituality and Secularity among Millennials: The Generation Shaping American and Canadian Trends. Routledge. (forthcoming).
  • Woodhead, Linda, Katz, Roberta, Ogilvie, Sarah, and Jane Shaw. (2021). Gen Z, Explained: The Art of Living in a Digital Age. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Woodhead, Linda. (2021). The Routledge International Handbook of Religion in Global Society Edited with Jayeel Cornelio, Francois Gauthier, Tuomas Martikainen. London and New York: Routledge.

Book Chapters

  • Antunes, Henrique Fernandes, and Igor Fernandes Antunes. (2022). “A legislação ambiental sobre ayahuasca e os povos indígenas: tensões e controvérsias em perspectiva.” In Diálogos convergentes: populações tradicionais e práticas jurídicas, edited by J.S. Neto and L.F. Cardoso. (in press).
  • Beaman, Lori G. (2022). “Nonreligion in a Complex Legal Future.” In Nonreligion in Late Modern Societies, edited by Anne-Laure Zwilling and Helge Årsheim. Cham: Springer. (in press)
  • Beaman, Lori G. and Lauren Strumos. (2022). “Smudging, Yoga and Ethical Veganism: Exploring the Boundaries of Religious and Spiritual Practice in Law.” In New Spiritualties and the Cultures of Well-being, edited by Géraldine Mossière. Cham: Springer. (in press).
  • Beaman, Lori G. (2022). “Do Laws about Religion Take Atheism into Consideration?” In Atheism in 5 Minutes, edited by Teemu Taira. United Kingdom: Equinox eBooks Publishing.
  • Beaman, Lori G. (2021). “The Protection of Religion as ‘Culture’ and ‘History’: Three Case Studies.” In The Changing Terrain of Religious Freedom, edited by Heather Sharkey and Jeffrey Green, 96-113. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
  • Beaman, Lori G. (2021). “Collaboration Across Difference: New Diversities and the Challenges of our Times,” in Nonreligious Imaginaries of World-Repairing, edited by Lori G. Beaman and Timothy Stacey, 127-140. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Beyer, Peter. (2021). “Theoretical and Methodological Background to Understandings of (Non)Religion.” In Nonreligious Imaginaries of World Repairing, edited by Lori G. Beaman and Timothy Stacey, 19-28. Cham: Springer.
  • Bramadat, Paul. (2021). “Introduction.” In Urban Religious Events: Public Spirituality in Contested Spaces, edited by Paul Bramadat, Mar Griera, Marian Burchardt, and Julia Martinez-Ariño, 1-16, London: Bloomsbury.
  • Bramadat, Paul. (2021).“A Bridge Too Far: Yoga, Spirituality and Contested Space in the Pacific Northwest.” In Urban Religious Events: Public Spirituality in Contested Spaces, edited by Paul Bramadat, Mar Griera, Marian Burchardt, and Julia Martinez-Ariño, 79-94, London: Bloomsbury.
  • Bramadat, Paul. (2021). “Religion, Culture, and the Politics of Vaccine Hesitancy: Perspectives of Parents, Pundits, and Physicians.” In The Routledge Handbook of Religion, Medicine, and Health, edited by D. Lüddeckens, P. Hetmanczyk, P. Klassen, and J. Stein, 450-463. Milton Park: Routledge.
  • Bramadat, Paul. (2022). “Religion, Spirituality and Irreligion in The Best Place on Earth.” In Religion at the Edge: Nature, Spirituality and Secularity in the Pacific Northwest, edited by Paul Bramadat, Patricia O’Connell Killen, and Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme, 3-22. Vancouver: UBC Press.
  • Bramadat, Paul. (2022). “Reverential Naturalism in Cascadia: From the Fancy to the Sublime.” In Religion at the Edge: Nature, Spirituality and Secularity in the Pacific Northwest, edited by Paul Bramadat, Patricia O’Connell Killen, and Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme, 23-40. Vancouver: UBC Press.
  • Bramadat, Paul and P. O’Connell Killen (2022). “Conclusion.” In Religion at the Edge: Nature, Spirituality and Secularity in the Pacific Northwest, edited by Paul Bramadat, Patricia O’Connell Killen, and Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme, 241-253. Vancouver: UBC Press.
  • Bramadat, Paul. (2022). “Come from Away but Here to Stay: Religion and Migration in Contemporary Discourse.” In Religion and Migration, edited by R. Ramji and A. Marshall, 273-288. London: Bloomsbury. (in press).
  • Bramadat, Paul. (2022). “Wellness in the Wild: Reverential Naturalism in the Pacific Northwest.” In New Spiritualties and the Culture of Well-being, edited by Géraldine Mossière. Berlin: Springer. (in press).
  • Campana, Maximiliano. (2022). “Políticas Antigénero en el contexto pandémico: Argentina” In Políticas Antigénero en el contexto pandémico en América Latina, edited by Sonia Corrêa, 23-45. Rio de Janeiro: Associação Brasileira Interdisciplinas de Aids – ABIA.
  • Clarke, Brian. (2021). “Going, Going, Gone? Canadian Churches and the Rise of Non-Religion” in Nonreligious Imaginaries of World Repairing: The Emerging study of an Emergent Majority, edited by Lori G. Beaman and Timothy Stacey, 43-57. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Cragun, Ryan T., and David Speed. (2022). “Religiosity and Happiness: Much Ado About Nothing.” In Religious and Secular Perspectives on Happiness and Wellbeing, Routledge Studies in Religion, edited by Sharada Sugirtharajah, 167–191. London: Routledge.
  • Smith, Jesse M., and Ryan T. Cragun. (2021). “Secularity and Nonreligion.” In Bloomsbury Religion in North America, edited by Jesse M. Smith and Ryan T. Cragun. London: Bloomsbury Academic.
  • Puga-Gonzalez, Ivan, Wesley J. Wildman, Kevin McCaffree, Cragun, Ryan T., and F. LeRon Shults. (2021). “InCREDulity in Artificial Societies.” In Advances in Social Simulation: Proceedings of the 15th Social Simulation Conference: 23-27 September 2019, Springer Proceedings in Complexity, edited by Petra Ahrweiler and Martin Neumann, 81–94. Cham: Springer Nature Switzerland AG.
  • Furseth, Inger. (2022). “Religion and nonreligion in Norwegian migration policy documents.” In Countering the Global, edited by Annika Hvithamar, Brian Arly Jacobsen, Morten Warmind and Peter Birkelund Andersen. Leiden: Brill (forthcoming).
  • Lefebvre, Solange. (2021). “How New Is the Study of Nonreligion? Theological Contributions to the Emergent Reflection on Nonreligion in Social Sciences.” In Nonreligious imaginaries of World-Repairing, edited by Lori G. Beaman & Timothy Stacey, 29-40. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Lövheim, Mia & Evelina Lundmark. (2021). “Identity.” In Digital Religion. Understanding Religious Practice in Digital Media. Second Edition, edited by Heidi Campbell and Ruth Tsuria, 56-70. London & New York: Routledge.
  • Lövheim, Mia. (2021). “Gender, Religion and the Press in Scandinavia.” In Routledge Handbook of Religion and Journalism, edited by Kerstin Radde-Antweiler and Xenia Zeiler, 62-75. Routledge.
  • Montero, Paula. (2021). “Pluralismo religioso e secularismo no Brasil.” In: Mosaico de olhares: pesquisa e futuro no cinquentenário do Cebrap, edited by Mauricio Fiore and Miriam Dolhnikoff. São Paulo: Edições Sesc.
  • Rabbia, Hugo H. (2022). “Geografías ‘celestes’: implicancias y controversias en las declaraciones ‘provida’ de municipios y provincias de Argentina.” [Light-blue geographies: implications and controversies in the ‘pro-life’ declarations of municipalities and provinces of Argentina] In Neoconservadurismos y política sexual: discursos, estrategias y cartografías de Argentina, edited by A. Peñas Defago, M. C. Sgró Ruata & C. Jhonson, 122-154. Río Cuarto: Ed. Del Puente.
  • Rabbia, Hugo. H. and Vaggione, Juan Marco. (2021). “The mobilization of religious and nonreligious imaginaries in Argentine sexual politics.” In Nonreligious Imaginaries of World Repairing. The Study of an Emergent Majority, edited by Lori G. Beaman and Timothy Stacey, 59-74. Zurich: Palgrave McMillan.
  • Reimer-Kirkham, Sheryl., Singh-Carlson, S., & Kaur, H. (2022). “Spirituality in healthcare” In Canadian Fundamentals of Nursing Seventh Edition, edited by P.A. Potter, A.G. Perry, P. Stockert, A. Hall, B. Astle, and W. Duggleby. Toronto: Elsevier. (in press)
  • Reimer-Kirkham, Sheryl. (2022). “Nurses on the frontline of secular and religious knowledges. In Handbook of Religion, Medicine, and Health, edited by Lüddeckens, P. Klassen, J. Stein anf P.Hetmanczyk. London: Routledge.
  • Reimer-Kirkham, Sheryl, Lamarche, K., & Roussel, J. (2021). “Global case study in spirituality: Stories of hope from Canada.” In Spiritual dimensions of advanced practice nursing, edited by Rogers, 153-166. Cham: Springer.
  • Selby, Jennifer A., Barras, A., and Lori G. Beaman. (2022). “Who Are ‘Muslims in Canada?’ An Analysis of the Qualitative Literature from 1997 to 2017.” In Producing Islam(s) in Canada: On Knowledge, Positionality, and Politics, edited by Amélie Barras, Jennifer A. Selby, and Melanie Adrian, 91-119. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Selby, Jennifer A., Barras, Amélie, and Melanie Adrian. (2021). “Introduction: Producing Islam(s) and Muslims in Canada.” In Producing Islam (s) in Canada, edited by Amélie Barras, Jennifer A. Selby and Melanie Adrian, 1-31. Toronto: University Press.
  • Thiessen, Joel and Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme. (2021). “Nice, Tolerant, Indifferent Canadians: Religious Nones North of the 49th.” In Secularity and Nonreligion in North America, edited by Ryan T. Cragun and Jesse M. Smith. New Yor: Bloomsbury Academic.
  • Vaggione, Juan Marco. (2021) “Juridificación reactiva: la re-cristianización a través del derecho.” In Religiones y espacios públicos en América Latina, edited by Renée de la Torre and Pablo Semán. México: Centro de Estudios Latinoamericanos Avanzados.
  • Vaggione, Juan Marco, and José Manuel Morán Faúndes. (2021). “Neoconservative Incursions into Party Politics: The Cases of Argentina and Chile Abortion and Democracy.” In Contentious Body Politics in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay, 93-113. New York: Año.
  • Vaggione, Juan Marco, and Hugo H. Rabbia. (2022). “Las críticas a la normatividad religiosa: apóstatas y disidentes en la política sexual contemporánea.” [Critical reflections on religious normativity: apostates and dissidents in contemporary sexual politics] In Estrategias de resistencia para defender y reflexionar sobre la laicidad en América Latina, edited by M. X. Dávila & N. Chaparro, 168-202. Bogotá: DeJusticia.
  • Wilkins-Laflamme, Sarah. (2021). “Le phénomène générationnel des sans religion au Québec.” In Dits et non-dits: mémoires catholiques au Québec, edited by Géraldine Mossière. Montréal: Presses de l’Université de Montréal.
  • Woodhead, Linda. (2022). “The Gods of Modern Spirituality.: In Situating Spirituality, edited by Brian Steensland and Anna Sun, 49-71. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Woodhead, Linda, and Emily Winter. (2022). “Focus Groups.” In The Routledge Handbook of Research Methods in the Study of Religion Second Edition, edited by Michael Stausberg and Steven Engler, 542-553. London and New York: Routledge.