April 2019 – March 2020 | Publications

Journal Articles

  • Beaman, Lori G., Selby, Jennifer A. and Amélie Barras. (2020). « L’angle mort de la « laïcité ouverte » : Les processus de navigation et négociations dans le vécu religieux au Canada, » Social Compass, 67, no. 1 :45-58.
  • Beaman, Lori G., Ezzy, Douglas, Bouma, Gary, Barton, Greg, Halafoff, Anna, Banham, Rebeca, and Robert Jackson, (2020). “Religious Diversity in Australia: Rethinking Social Cohesion”, in special issue: “Religion in Australian Public Life: Resurgence, Insurgence, Cooption?,” edited by Marion Maddox, Religions, 11, no. 2: 1-15.
  • Beaman, Lori G. and Peter Beyer. (2019). “Dimensions of Diversity: Toward a more Complex Conceptualization,” in special issue: “Religion, Power, and Resistance: New Ideas for a Divided World,” edited by Anna Halafoff, Sam Han, Caroline Starkey, and James Spickard, Religions 10, no 10: 559-574.
  • Beyer, Peter. (2020). “Religion in Interesting Times: Contesting Form, Function, and Future,” Sociology of Religion, 81, no. 1: 1-19.
  • Bramadat, Paul. (2019). “A Bridge Too Far: Yoga, Spirituality and Contested Space in the Pacific Northwest,” Religion, State and Society, 47, no. 4: 491-507.
  • Hammer, Joseph H., and Ryan T. Cragun. (2019). “Daily Spiritual Experiences and Well-Being among the Nonreligious, Spiritual, and Religious: A Bifactor Analysis,” Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 11, no. 4: 463-473.
  • Cragun, Ryan (2019). “Questions You Should Never Ask an Atheist: Towards Better Measures of Nonreligion and Secularity,” Secularism and Nonreligion, 8: 1-6.
  • Smith, Jesse M., and Ryan T. Cragun. (2019). “Mapping Religion’s Other: A Review of the Study of Nonreligion and Secularity,” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 58, no. 2: 319-335.
  • Prehn, Jacob, and Douglas Ezzy. (2020). “Decolonising the health and well-being of Aboriginal men in Australia,” Journal of Sociology, 56, no. 2: 151-166.
  • Furseth, Inger. (2020). “Den norske kirke for ‘nordmenn’? Et sosiologisk blikk på immigranter og kirke,” [Church of Norway for ‘Norwegians’? A sociological perspective on immigrants and church,] Kirke og kultur, 124, no. 3: 280-290.
  • Lövheim, Mia. (2019). “‘The Swedish Condition’: Representations of Religion in the Swedish Press 1988–2018,” in special issue “Religion in Nordic newspapers,” Temenos, 55, no.2: 271–292.
  • Finn, Melissa, and Bessma Momani. (2109) “Transnational Citizenship Mobilization among Canadian Arab Youth: An Engaged Social Movement for Change in the Middle East,” Canadian Ethnic Studies, 51, no. 1: 25-68.
  • Montero, Paula. (2020). “Religious Pluralism and its impacts in Brazilian Secularism,” Secular Studies, 2, no. 01, pp. 14-29.
  • Montero, Paula. (2019). “Religião e laicidade: duas categorias em construção,” REVER, Revista de Estudos da Religião, Pontificia Universidade Católica /SP e Universidade Católica Portuguesa, 19, no. 3: 349-366.
  • Vaggione, Juan Marco, and Maria Machado. (2020). “Religious Patterns of Neoconservatism in Latin America,” Politics & Gender, 16, no. 1.
  • Vaggione, Juan Marco. (2020). “The conservative uses of law: The Catholic mobilization against gender ideology,” Social Compass, 67, no, 2: 252-266.
  • Monte, Maria, and Juan Marco Vaggione. (2019). “Cortes irrumpidas. La judicialización conservadora del aborto en Argentina,” Rupturas, 9, no. 1: 107-125.


  • Beaman, Lori G. (2020). The Transition of Religion to Culture in Law and Public Discourse. London:
  • Lövheim, Mia & Mikael Stenmark. (2020). (eds.) A Constructive Critique of Religion: Encounters between Christianity, Islam, and Non-religion in Secular Societies. London: Bloomsbury Academic.
  • Klingenberg, Maria & Mia Lövheim. (2019). Unga och Religion. Troende, ointresserade eller neutrala? (Youth and Religion. Believers, Uninterested or Neutral?). Malmö: Gleerups förlag.

Book Chapters

  • Barras, Amélie. (2019). “A rights based discourse to contest the boundaries of state secularism? The case of the headscarf ban in France and Turkey.” In The European Court of Human Rights and Minority Religions, edited by Effie Fokas and James Richardson, 104-127. London:
  • Beaman, Lori G., and Dia Dabby. (2020). “Diversity in Death: A Case Study of a Muslim Cemetery Project in Quebec.” In Research Handbook on Interdisciplinary Approaches to Law and Religion, edited by Russell Sandberg, Norman Doe, Bronach Kane and Caroline Roberts. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Beaman, Lori G. (2019). “Human Rights and Religion: Case Studies from Canada” In Routledge History of Human Rights, edited by Jean Quataert and Lora Wildenthal. London: Routledge.
  • Bramadat, Paul. (2019). “Defiant Subjects: Radicals, Refugees, and Refuseniks.” In Modern Subjectivities in World Society: Global Structures and Local Practices, edited by D. Jung and S. Stetter, 127-147. London: Palgrave Studies in International Relations.
  • Bramadat, Paul. (2020). “Afterword: Women and Religion in Global and Local Perspective.” In Women and Religion in the International Arena, edited by M. Joy, 295-300. Sheffield: Equinox Publishing.
  • Schaffner, Caleb, and Ryan T. Cragun. (2020). “Non-Religion and Atheism.” In Handbook of Leaving Religion, edited by D. Enstedt, G. Larsson, and T. T. Mantsinen. Leiden: Brill.
  • Ezzy, Douglas and Bronwyn Fielder. (2020). “Ritual and liminality: Bisexuality within Christianity and Paganism.” In Bisexuality, Religion and Spirituality Critical Perspectives, edited by Andrew Kam-Tuck Yip and Alex Toft. London: Routledge.
  • Richardson-Self, Louise, Fielder, Bronwyn, and Douglas Ezzy. (2020). “The aftermath of marriage equality in Australia: Religious freedom and LGBTQ+ non-discrimination.” In Same-Sex Relationships, Law and Social Change, edited by Frances Hamilton and Guido Noto La Diega. London: Routledge.
  • Travers, Max and Douglas Ezzy. (2019). “Interpretive issues in research: law and religion.” in Research Handbook on Interdisciplinary Approaches to Law and Religion, edited by Russell Sandberg, Norman Doe, Bronach Kane and Caroline Roberts. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Lefebvre, Solange and Lori G. Beaman. (2020). “Criticism of Religion in Public Commissions on Cultural and Religious Diversity.” In A Constructive Critique of Religion. Encounters between Christianity, Islam, and Non-religion in Secular Societies, edited by Mia Lövheim and Mikael Stenmark. London: Bloomsbury.
  • Lefebvre, Solange. (2019). « Sommes-nous face à une crise de la raison? » in Dieu, la raison et l’épée. Perspectives œcuméniques sur le Discours de Ratisbonne, edited by Gabriele Palaciano. Paris: L’Harmattan.
  • Montero, Paula. (2020). “The Formation of the Nation-State, Religious Pluralism, and the Public Sphere in Brazil.” In Religion and Society in the 21st Century, edited by Joachim Küper, Klaus W. Hempfer and Erika Fischer-Lichte. Berlin: De Gruyter.
  • Selby, Jennifer A. (2019). “Required Romance: On Secular Sensibilities in Recent French Marriage and Immigration Regulations.” In Secular Bodies, Affects, and Emotions: European Configurations, edited by Nadia Fadil, Birgitte Schepelern Johansen and Monique Scheer, 157-169. London: Bloomsbury.