Team Publications

Lori Beaman

Principal Investigator

2020

  • Beaman, Lori G. 2020. The Transition of Religion to Culture in Law and Public Discourse. London: Routledge.
  • Beaman, Lori G., and Solange Lefebvre. 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.
  • 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., Jennifer A. Selby 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(1).
  • Beaman, Lori G., Douglas Ezzy, Gary Bouma, Greg Barton, Anna Halafoff, Rebecca Banham, and Robert Jackson. 2020. “Religious Diversity in Australia: Rethinking Social Cohesion.” Religions special issue: “Religion in Australian Public Life: Resurgence, Insurgence, Cooption?”, edited by Marion Maddox, 11(2).
  • Beaman, Lori G., and Sana Patel. 2020. “Multiculturalism.” In The SAGE Encylopedia of Sociology of Religion, edited by Adam Possamai and Anthony Joseph Blasi. London: Sage.
  • Beaman, Lori G., and Ted Malcolmson. 2020. “Religion and Law.” In The SAGE Encylopedia of Sociology of Religion, edited by Adam Possamai and Anthony Joseph Blasi. London: Sage.

2019

  • Beyer, Peter, and Lori G. Beaman. 2019. “Dimensions of Diversity: Toward a more Complex Conceptualization.” Religions 10 (10): 559-574.
  • Beaman, Lori G. 2019. “Human Rights and Religion: Case Studies from Canada,” Routledge History of Human Rights, edited by Jean Quataert and Lora Wildenthal, London: Routledge.

2018

  • Beaman, Lori G., and Cory Steele. 2018. “Transcendence/Religion to Immanence/Nonreligion in Assisted Dying.” International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare 11 (2): 129-143.
  • Beaman, Lori G., Cory Steele, and Keelin Pringnitz. 2018. “The Inclusion of Nonreligion in Religion and Human Rights.” Social Compass 65 (1): 43-61.
  • Selby, Jennifer A., Amélie Barras, and Lori G. Beaman. 2018. Beyond Accommodation: Everyday Narratives of Muslim Canadians. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.
  • Selby, Jennifer A., Amélie Barras, and Lori G. Beaman. 2018. « Le Terroriste, l’Homme éclairé et le Patriarche: Les figures qui hantent le quotidien des musulmanes. » Anthropologie et Sociétés 42 (1): 155-182.
  • Beaman, Lori G. 2018. “Religious Diversity in the Public Sphere: The Canadian Case.” Religions 8 (12): 1-18.

2017

  • Beaman, Lori G. 2017. Deep Equality in an Era of Religious Diversity. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Beaman, Lori G. 2017. “Living Well Together in a (non)Religious Future: Contributions from the Sociology of Religion.” Sociology of Religion 78 (1): 9-32.
  • Grigore Dovlete, Monica, and Lori G. Beaman. 2017. “Ghostly Presence: An Abandoned Space and Three Religious Communities in Parishville, Quebec.” Eurostudia 12 (1): 82-104.
  • Beaman, Lori G. 2017. “Recognize the New Religious Diversity.” Canadian Diversity 14 (4): 17-19.

2016

  • Beaman, Lori G. 2016. “Living Together v. Living Well Together: A Normative Examination of the SAS Case.” Social Inclusion 4 (2): 3-13.
  • Beaman, Lori G. 2016. “Universal and Foundational: Law’s Constitution of an Ethic of Belonging for Nones.” In Annual Review of the Sociology of Religion: Sociology of Atheism, edited by Roberto Cipriani and Franco Garelli, 17-35. Leiden: Brill.
  • Sikka, Sonia, Bindu Puri, and Lori G. Beaman, eds. 2016. Living with Religious Diversity. New Delhi: Routledge.

2014

  • Lefebvre, Solange, and Lori G. Beaman, eds. 2014. Religion in the Public Sphere: Canadian Case Studies. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Amélie Barras

Collaborator

2018

  • Barras, Amélie, Jennifer A. Selby, and Lori G. Beaman. 2018. “Rethinking Canadian Discourses of ‘Reasonable Accommodation’.” Social Inclusion 6 (2): 162-172.
  • Dabby, Dia, and Amélie Barras. 2018. “Bent Out of Shape: Fictions of Yoga and Religion before the Courts.” Religion & Human Rights 13 (3): 270-296.
  • Selby, Jennifer A., Amélie Barras, and Lori G. Beaman. 2018. Beyond Accommodation: Everyday Narratives of Muslim Canadians. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.
  • Selby, Jennifer A., Amélie Barras, and Lori G. Beaman. 2018. « Le Terroriste, l’Homme éclairé et le Patriarche: Les figures qui hantent le quotidien des musulmanes. » Anthropologie et Sociétés 42 (1): 155-182.
  • Barras, Amélie. 2018. “Reasonable Accommodation.” In Exploring Religion and Diversity in Canada: People, Practice and Possibility, edited by Catherine Holtmann, 183-205. Cham: Springer.
  • Barras, Amélie. 2018. “Travelogue of secularism: Longing to find a place to call home.” European Journal of Women’s Studies 2018: 1-16.

2017

  • Barras, Amélie. 2017. “France citizenship in the aftermath of 2015: Officializing a two-tier system?” Citizenship Studies 21 (8): 918-936.
  • Barras, Amélie. 2017. “French Laïcité.” In The Oxford Handbook of Secularism, edited by Phil Zuckerman and John R. Shook, 142-154. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2016

  • Barras, Amélie. 2016. “Exploring the intricacies and dissonances of religious governance: The case of Quebec and the discourse of request.” Critical Research on Religion 4 (1): 57-71.
  • Barras, Amélie, François Dermange, and Sarah Nicolet, eds. 2016. Réguler le Religieux dans les Sociétés Libérales?Geneva: Labor et Fides.
  • Barras, Amélie, and Sarah Nicolet. 2016. “Introduction: Réguler le religieux dans les sociétés libérales ?” In Réguler le Religieux dans les Sociétés Libérales?, edited by Amélie Barras, Francois Dermange, and Sarah Nicolet, 9-19. Geneva: Labor et Fides.
  • Barras, Amélie, Jennifer A. Selby, and Lori G. Beaman. 2016. “In/Visible Religion in Public Institutions: Canadian Muslim Public Servants.” In Religion and the Exercise of Public Authority, edited by Benjamin L. Berger and Richard Moon, 95-110. Portland: Hart Publishing.

2014

  • Barras, Amélie. 2014. Refashioning Secularisms in France and Turkey: The Case of the Headscarf Ban. London: Routledge.

James Beckford

Advisor

2015

  • Beckford, James A., ed. 2015. Migration and Religion (Volumes I and II). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publications.

2007

  • Beckford, James A., and N. J. Demerath III, eds. 2007. The SAGE Handbook of the Sociology of Religion. London: Sage.

2005

  • Beckford, James A., Danièle Joly, and Farhad Khosrokhavar. 2005. Muslims in Prison: Challenge and Change in Britain and France. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

2003

  • Beckford, James A. 2003. Social Theory and Religion. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

1998

  • Beckford, James A., and Sophie Gilliat. 1998. Religion in Prison: Equal Rites in a Multi-Faith Society. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

1989

  • Beckford, James A. 1989. Religion and Advanced Industrial Society. London: Unwin Hyman.

1985

  • Beckford, James A. 1985. Cult Controversies: The Societal Responses to New Religious Movements. London: Tavistock Publications.

1975

  • Beckford, James A. 1975. The Trumpet of Prophecy: A Sociological Study of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Peter Beyer

Co-Investigator

2020

  • Beyer, Peter. 2020. “Religion in Interesting Times: Contesting Form, Function, and Future,” Sociology of Religion 81 (1). (From 2019 Paul Hanly Furfey Lecture)

2019

  • Beyer, Peter, Alyshea Cummins, and Scott Craig. 2019. “Religious/Spiritual Identity among Younger Adults in Canada: A Complex Portrait.” In Young People and the Diversity of (Non)Religious Identities in International Perspective, edited by Elisabeth Arweck and Heather Shipley, 15-32. Cham: Springer.
  • Beyer, Peter. 2019. “Nonreligion in Canada: Measuring a Positive Absence,” Conference on Non-Religion and Secularity in Canada, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON.

2018

  • Beyer, Peter. 2018. “Modern Subjectivities and Religions in a Post-Westphalian World Society: Reconstructing the Universal through Lived Particularities.” In Modern Subjectivities in World Society: Global Structures and Local Practices, edited by Dietrich Jung and Stephan Stetter, 149-167. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan.

2016

  • Beyer, Peter. 2016. “Sensing Religion, Observing Religion, Reconstructing Religion: Contingency and Pluralization in Post-Westphalian Context.” Social Compass 63 (2): 234-250.

2015

  • Beyer, Peter. 2015. “From Atheist to Spiritual But Not Religious: A Punctuated Continuum of Identities Among the Second Generation of Post-1970 Immigrants in Canada.” In Atheist Identities: Spaces and Social Contexts, edited by Lori G. Beaman and Steven Tomlins, 137-151. Cham: Springer.

2014

  • Beyer, Peter. 2014. “Multiculturalism and Religious Pluralism in Canada: Intimations of a ‘Post-Westphalian’ Condition.” In Multiculturalism and Religious Identity: Canada and India, edited by Sonia Sikka and Lori G. Beaman, 33-54. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

2013

  • Beyer, Peter. 2013. Religion in the Context of Globalization: Essays on Concept, Form, and Political Implication. London: Routledge.
  • Beyer, Peter, and Rubina Ramji, eds. 2013. Growing Up Canadian: Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists. Montreal & Kingston: McGill Queen’s University Press.

Gary Bouma

Advisor

2019

  • Singleton, Andrew, Mary Lou Rasmussen, Anna Halafoff, and Gary Bouma. 2019.  Australia’s teenagers negotiating religion, sexuality and diversity: The AGZ Study: Project Report. ANU, Deakin and Monash Universities.
  • Halafoff, Anna, Kim Lam, and Gary Bouma. 2019. “Worldviews education: cosmopolitan peacebuilding and preventing violent extremism.” Journal of Beliefs and Values 40: 381-395.
  • Perales, Francisco, and Gary Bouma. 2019. “Religion, religiosity and patriarchal gender beliefs: Understanding the Australian Experience.” Journal of Sociology 55: 323-341.
  • Perales, Francisco, Gary Bouma, and Alice Campbell. 2019. “Religion, Support of Equal Rights for Same-Sex Couples and the Australian National Vote on Marriage Equality.” Sociology of Religion: A Quarterly Review 80: 107-129.

2018

  • Bouma, Gary. 2018. “Implications of Lived and Packaged Religions for Intercultural Dialogue to Reduce Conflict and Terror.” Journal of Citizenship and Globalisation Studies 1: 1-10.

2017

  • Bouma, Gary, and Anna Halafoff. 2017. “Australia’s Changing Religious Profile—Rising Nones and Pentecostals, Declining British Protestants in Superdiversity: Views from the 2016 Census.” Journal for the Academic Study of Religion 30: 129-143.

2016

  • Bouma, Gary. 2016. “The Role of Demographic and Socio-cultural Factors in Australia’s Successful Multicultural Society: How Australia is not Europe.” The Journal of Sociology 52: 750-771.
  • Bouma, Gary. 2016. “Religious Diversities and Sexual Diversities: a Conflict of Freedoms.” In Kaleidescope of Pieces, edited by Alan Cadwallader, 29-42. Adelaide: ATF.

2015

  • Bouma, Gary. 2015. “Religion and Other Ideologies In Political Life.” In Religion After Secularization in Australia, edited by T. Stanley, 211-220. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

2014

  • Bouma, Gary. 2014. “Religion and Sex: Marriage Equality and the attempt to regulate intimacy in a multifaith society.” Journal for the Academic Study of Religion 27: 1-17.

2011

  • Bouma, Gary. 2011. Being Faithful in Diversity: Religions and Social Policy in MultiFaith Societies. Adelaide: Australasian Theological Forum.
  • Bouma, Gary, Desmond Cahill, Hass Dellal, and Athalia Zwartz. 2011. Freedom of Religion and Belief in 21stCentury Australia. Sydney: Australian Human Rights Commission.

2006

  • Bouma, Gary. 2006. Australian Soul: Religion and Spirituality in the 21st Century. Melbourne: Cambridge University Press.

2004

  • Cahill, Desmond, Gary Bouma, Hass Dellal, and Michael Leahy. 2004. Religion, Cultural Diversity and Safeguarding Australia. Canberra: DIMIA.

Paul Bramadat

Collaborator

2019

  • Bramadat, Paul. 2019. “A bridge too far: yoga, spirituality, and contested space in the Pacific Northwest.” Religion, State & Society 47 (4-5): 491-507.

2014

  • Bramadat, Paul, and Lorne Dawson, eds. 2014. Religious Radicalization and Securitization in Canada and Beyond. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

2008

  • Bramadat, Paul, and David Seljak, eds. 2008. Christianity and Ethnicity in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Bramadat, Paul. 2008. “Religion and Public Policy in Canada: An Itinerary.” Studies in Religion 37 (1): 121-143.

Ryan Cragun

Co-Investigator

2020

  • 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.
  • Cragun, Ryan T. 2020. “Apostasy.” In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Sociology of Religion, edited by A. Possamai and A. J. Blasi. London: Sage.

2019

  • 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 (2).
  • 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(4).
  • Cragun, Ryan T. 2019. “Questions You Should Never Ask an Atheist: Towards Better Measures of Nonreligion and Secularity.” Secularism and Nonreligion 8(6).
  • Cragun, Ryan T., Alexandra Rodriguez, and Marcus Hayes. 2019. “Have you got anything without theism?: Perceptions of Atheists and Agnostics”, in Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, St. Louis, MO.
  • Speed, David, and Ryan T. Cragun. 2019. “Blessed Are the Cheesemakers: Religion vs. Nonreligion in the Canadian Community Health Survey”, Nonreligion and Secularity in Canada Workshop, Waterloo, Canada.
  • Puga-Gonzalez, Ivan, Wesley J. Wildman, Kevin McCaffree, Ryan T. Cragun, and Leron F. Shults. 2019. “InCREDulity in Artificial Societies”, Social Simulation Conference, Mainz, Germany.
  • Pasca, Christina, Cragun, Ryan T., and Phillips, Rick. 2019. “I, For One, Welcome Our New Robot Overlords: Religion and Attitudes Toward New Technologies”, Pacific Sociological Association’s 90th Annual Meeting, Oakland, CA.

2018

  • Cragun, Ryan T., Joseph H. Hammer, Michael Nielsen, and Nicholas Autz. 2018. “Religious/Secular Distance: How Far Apart Are Teenagers and Their Parents?” Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 10 (3): 288–95.

2017

  • Cragun, Ryan T., Christel J. Manning, and Lori L. Fazzino, eds. 2017. Organized Secularism in the United States. Berlin: De Gruyter.
  • Cragun, Ryan T., and Jason Sumerau. 2017. “No One Expects a Transgender Jew: Religious, Sexual and Gendered Intersections in the Evaluation of Religious and Nonreligious Others.” Secularism and Nonreligion 6: 1–16.

2016

  • Cragun, Deborah, Ryan T. Cragun, Brian Nathan, J. E. Sumerau, and Alexandra C. H. Nowakowski. 2016. “Do Religiosity and Spirituality Really Matter for Social, Mental, and Physical Health?: A Tale of Two Samples.” Sociological Spectrum 36 (6): 359–377.
  • Sumerau, J. E., and Ryan T. Cragun. 2016. “‘I Think Some People Need Religion’: The Social Construction of Nonreligious Moral Identities.” Sociology of Religion 77 (4): 386–407.

2015

  • Cragun, Ryan T., Joseph H. Hammer, and Michael Nielsen. 2015. “The Nonreligious-Nonspiritual Scale (NRNSS): Measuring Everyone from Atheists to Zionists.” Science, Religion, and Culture 2 (3): 36–53.
  • Langston, Joseph A., Joseph H. Hammer, and Ryan T. Cragun. 2015. “Atheism Looking In: On the Goals and Strategies of Organized Nonbelief.” Science, Religion, and Culture 2 (3): 70–85.
  • Stinespring, John, and Ryan T. Cragun. 2015. “Simple Markov Model for Estimating the Growth of Nonreligion in the United States.” Science, Religion, and Culture 2 (3): 96–103.

2012

  • Cragun, Ryan T., Barry A. Kosmin, Ariela Keysar, Joseph H. Hammer, and Michael E. Nielsen. 2012. “On the Receiving End: Discrimination Toward the Non-Religious.” Journal of Contemporary Religion 27 (1):105–127.
  • Hammer, Joseph H., Ryan T. Cragun, Karen Hwang, and Jesse Smith. 2012. “Forms, Frequency, and Correlates of Perceived Anti-Atheist Discrimination.” Secularism and Nonreligion 1: 43–67.

Dougla Ezzy

Co-Investigator

2020

  • Ezzy, Douglas. 2020. “Religious Diversity in Australia: Rethinking Social Cohesion”, with Lori G. Beaman, Gary Bouma, Greg Barton, Anna Halafoff, Rebecca Banham, and Robert Jackson, Religions special issue: “Religion in Australian Public Life: Resurgence, Insurgence, Cooption?”, edited by Marion Maddox. 11(2).
  • Prehn, Jacob, and Douglas Ezzy. 2020. “Decolonising the health and well-being of Aboriginal men in Australia.” Journal of Sociology, 56 (2).
  • 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 and Bronwyn Fielder 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.

2019

  • 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.

2018

  • Fielder, Bronwyn, and Douglas Ezzy. 2018. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Christians: Queer Christians, Authentic Selves. London: Bloomsbury Academic.

2016

  • Collins, James, Helen Collins, and Douglas Ezzy. 2016. Reinventing Church: Stories of Hope from Four Anglican Parishes. Melbourne: Morning Star Publishing.

2014

  • Ezzy, Douglas. 2014. Sex, Death and Witchcraft: A Contemporary Pagan Festival. London: Bloomsbury Academic.

2007

  • Berger, Helen A., and Douglas Ezzy. 2007. Teenage Witches: Magical Youth and the Search for the Self. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.

2002

  • Ezzy, Douglas. 2002. Qualitative Analysis: Practice and Information. New York: Routledge.

Inger Furseth

Co-Investigator

2020

  • 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 (3): 280-290.
  • Furseth, Inger. 2020. “Narrative Analysis.” In The SAGE Encyclopedia of the Sociology of Religion, Vol. 2, edited by Adam Possamai and Anthony J. Blasi. London: Sage.
  • Furseth, Inger. 2020. “Social Theory.” In The SAGE Encyclopedia of the Sociology of Religion, Vol. 2, edited by Adam Possamai and Anthony J. Blasi. London: Sage.

2019

  • Furseth, Inger, Lene Kühle, Knut Lundby, and Mia Lövheim. 2019. “Religious Complexity in Nordic Public Spheres.” Nordic Journal of Religion and Society 32 (1): 71-90.
  • Furseth, Inger. 2020. “From Theories of Secularization and Return of Religion to Religious Complexity.” In Political Religion, Everyday Religion: Sociological Trends, edited by Pål Repstad. Leiden: Brill.

2018

  • Furseth, Inger, ed. 2018. Religious Complexity in the Public Sphere. Comparing Nordic Countries. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Furseth, Inger. 2018. “Prolonger l’ancienne route: la gestion de la diversité religieuse dans les Étasts-providencescandinaves. Translated by Guillaume St-Laurent. In Dix ans plus tard: La commission Bouchard-Taylor, succès ou échec?, edited by Solange Lefebvre and Guillaume St-Laurant, 221-233. Montréal: Québec Amérique.

2017

  • Breistein, Ingunn Folkestad, and Inger Furseth. 2017. “A coherent public Policy on Religion in Norway? An Analysis of the 2013 Report ‘A Society open to Religious and Worldview Diversity’.” In Public Commissions on Cultural and Religious Diversity: Analysis, Reception and Challenges, edited by Solange Lefebvre and Patrice Brodeur, 217-239. London: Routledge.

2014

  • Vilaça, Helena, Enzo Pace, Inger Furseth, and Per Pettersson, eds. 2014. The Changing Soul of Europe. Religions and Migrations in Northern and Southern Europe. Aldershot: Ashgate.

2011

  • Furseth, Inger. 2011. “The hijab: Boundary work and identity negotiations among immigrant Muslim women in the Los Angeles area.” Review of Religious Research 54 (2): 365-385.
  • Kühle, Lene, and Inger Furseth. 2011. “Prison Chaplaincy from a Scandinavian Perspective.” Archives de Sciences Sociales des Religions 56: 123-141.

2009

  • Furseth, Inger. 2009. “Atheism, Secularity and Gender.” In Atheism and Secularity, edited by Phil Zuckerman, 343-369. Santa Barbara: Praeger.

2005

  • Furseth, Inger. 2005. From Quest for Truth to Being Oneself: Religious Change in Life Stories. Hamburg: Peter Lang.

2006

  • Furseth, Inger, and Pål Repstad. 2006. Introduction to the Sociology of Religion: Classical and Contemporary Perspectives. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Solange Lefebvre

Co-Investigator

2020

  • 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, 112-123. London: Bloomsbury.

2019

  • Lefebvre, Solange. 2019. « Sommes-nous face à une crise de la raison? » Dans Dieu, la raison et l’épée. Perspectives œcuméniques sur le Discours de Ratisbonne. Gabriele Palaciano (dir.) Paris: L’Harmattan.

2017

  • Public Commissions on Cultural and Religious Diversity: Analysis, Reception and Challenges, edited by Solange Lefebvre and Patrice Brodeur. London: Routledge.

2014

  • Lefebvre, Solange, and Lori G. Beaman, eds. 2014. Religion in the Public Sphere: Canadian Case Studies. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Mia Lövheim

Collaborator

2020

  • Lövheim, Mia, and Mikael Stenmark, eds. 2020. A Constructive Critique of Religion: Encounters between Christianity, Islam, and Non-religion in Secular Societies. London: Bloomsbury Academic.
  • Lövheim, Mia. 2020. “Culture, Conflict and Constitutional right. Representations of Religion in the Daily Press.” In Religion and European Society, edited by Benjamin Schewel and Erin K. Wilson. Hoboken: Wiley-Blackwell.

2019

  • Lövheim, Mia, and Stig Hjarvard. 2019. “The mediatized conditions of contemporary religion: Critical status and future directions.” Journal of Religion, Media and Digital Culture 8 (2): 206-225.

2018

  • Lövheim, Mia, Jonas Lindberg Pål Ketil Botvar, Henrik Reintoft Christensen, Kati Niemelä, and Anders Bäckström. 2018. “Religion on the Political Agenda.” In Religious Complexity in the Public Sphere – Comparing Nordic Countries, edited by Inger Furseth, 137-191. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillian.
  • Lövheim, Mia, and Linnea Jensdotter. 2018. “Contradicting Ideals: Islam on Swedish Public Service Radio.” In Contesting Religion. The Media Dynamics of Cultural Conflicts in Scandinavia, edited by Knut Lundby, 135-153. Berlin, Boston: DeGruyter.

2017

  • Lövheim, Mia. 2017. “Religion, Mediatization and ‘Complementary learning processes’ in Swedish Editorials.” Journal of Religion in Europe 10 (4): 366-383.

2016

  • Lind, Anna-Sara, Mia Lövheim, and Ulf Zackariasson, eds. 2016. Reconsidering Religion, Law, and Democracy. New Challenges for Society and Research. Lund: Nordic Academic Press.

2015

  • Lövheim Mia, and Alf Linderman. 2015. “Media, Religion and Modernity: Editorials and Religion in Swedish Daily Press.” In Is God Back? Reconsidering the new visibility of religion, edited by Titus Hjelm, 32-45. London: Bloomsbury.

2013

  • Lövheim, Mia, ed. 2013. Media, Religion and Gender: Key Issues and New Challenges. London & New York: Routledge.

2012

  • Hjarvard, S., and Lövheim, M., eds. 2012. Mediatization and Religion. Nordic Perspectives. Göteborg: Nordicom.

Bessma Momani

Collaborator

2019

  • Finn, M., and Momani, B. 2019. “Transnational Citizenship Mobilization among Canadian Arab Youth: An Engaged Social Movement for Change in the Middle East.” Canadian Ethnic Studies.

2018

  • Finn, Momani, and Hennebry. 2018. “Canadian Arab Youth at the Border: Cultural Dissociation, Fear Management, and Disciplining Practices in Securitised Spaces.” Journal of International Migration and Integration.
  • Finn, Opatowski, and Momani. 2018. “Transnational Citizenship Capacity-Building: Moving the Conversation in New Directions.” International Political Sociology.
  • Momani, Hennebry and Finn. 2018. “Canadian Arab Youth at the Border: Cultural Dissociation, Fear Management, and Disciplining Practices in Securitised Spaces.” Journal of International Migration and Integration (JIMI).
  • Momani, B. 2018. Synthesizing Knowledge on Rising Global Populism. SSHRC Knowledge Synthesis Report.

2017

  • Momani, and Finn. 2017. “Canadian Arab Youth Vote.” Canadian Political Science Review 11 (1).
  • Finn, Melissa. and Momani, B. 2017. “Building Foundations for the Comparative Study of State and Non-State Terrorism: Strategic Communication in the Terrorism Attack Cycle.” Critical Studies on Terrorism: 1-25
  • Finn, Melissa. and Momani, B. 2017. “Established and emergent political subjectivities in circular human geographies: transnational Arab activists.” Citizenship Studies 21 (1): 22-43.

2016

Paula Montero

Co-Investigator

2020

  • 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.
  • Montero, Paula. 2020. “Religious Pluralism and its impacts in Brazilian Secularism.” Secular Studies, n. 02.

2019

  • Montero, Paula. 2019. “Religião e laicidade: duas categorias em construção” – REVER, Revista de Estudos da Religião, Pontificia Universidade Católica /SP e Universidade Católica Portuguesa, vol 19 (3), pp. 349-366.

2018

  • Montero, Paula. 2018. “Syncretism and Pluralism in the Configuration of Religious Diversity in Brazil,” Mecila: Working Papers Series 4: 1-16.

2017

  • Montero, Paula, and Rafael Quintanilha. 2017. “Atheism in Brazil.” In Encyclopedia of Latin American Religions, edited by Henri Gooren, 75-81. Cham: Springer.
  • Montero, Paula. 2017. “The ‘Culture of Justification’ in the Production of Public Religiosities in Brazil.” In Secularisms in a Postsecular age? Religiosities and Subjectivities in Comparative Perspective, edited by José Mapril, Ruy Blanes, Eemerson Giumbelli, and Erin. K. Wilson, 207-229. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan.

2016

  • Montero, Paula. 2016. “Secularism and Religion in the Public Sphere in Contemporary Brazil.” In Handbook of Contemporary Religions in Brazil, edited by Bettina. E. Schmidt, and Steven Engler, 379-394. Leiden: Brill.

Mary Jo Neitz

Advisor

2014

  • Neitz, Mary Jo. 2014. “Becoming Visible: Religion and Gender in Sociology.” Sociology of Religion 75 (3): 511-523.
  • Neitz, Mary Jo. 2014. “Doing advocacy from a feminist standpoint.” Religion 44 (2): 259-275.

2013

  • Neitz, Mary Jo. 2013. “Insiders, outsiders, advocates and apostates and the religions they study: Location and the sociology of religion.” Critical Research on Religion 1 (2): 129-140.

1987

  • Neitz, Mary Jo. 1987. Charisma and Community: A Study of Religious Commitment within the Charismatic Renewal. New Brunswick: Transaction Books.

Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham

Collaborator

  • Reimer-Kirkham, S., Sharma, S., Brown, R., and Calestani, M., with Beardsley, C., Beaman, L., Bramadat, P., Collins-Mayo, S., Corcoran Smith, B., Quinn, B., and Todd, A. In press.  Prayer as transgression?  The social relations of prayer in healthcare.  Montreal:  McGill-Queens University Press.
  • Reimer-Kirkham, S., Sharma, S., and Corcoran, B. In press.  “Spiritual caregiving in long-term care settings: Person-centred approaches.”  In Multifaith perspectives in Canadian spiritual & religious care, edited by M. TaherCanadian Multifaith Federation.
  • Reimer-Kirkham, S. In press. “Nurses on the frontline of secular and religious knowledges.” In Handbook of Religion, Medicine, and Health, edited by P. Klassen. London: Routledge.

2019

  • Reimer-Kirkham, S. 2019. “Complicating nursing’s views on religion and politics in healthcare.” Nursing Philosophy.  Published online 2 September 2019.
  • Reimer-Kirkham, S., Astle, B., Ero, I., Panchuk, K., and Dixon, D. 2019. “The influence of spiritual and cultural practices on health and healthcare of persons with albinism: A scoping review.” Disability & Society 34 (5): 747-774.

2017

  • Reimer-Kirkham, S., Sharma, S., Smith, B., Schutt, K., and Janzen, K. 2017. “Expressions of prayer in residential care homes.”  Journal of Health Care Chaplaincy 24 (2): 67-85.
  • Reimer-Kirkham, S., Sharma, S., Grypma, S., Pesut, B., Sawatzky, R., and Wolfs, D. 2017. “The elephant on the table”:  Religious and ethnic diversity in home health services.” Journal of Religion and Health.  Published online 01 September 2017.

2016

  • Reimer-Kirkham, S., and Cochrane, M. 2016. “Resistant, reluctant or responsible? The negotiation of religious and cultural plurality in Canadian healthcare.” In Religion, equality, and inequalities, edited by S.Sharma and D. Llewellyn, 65–76. Surrey: Ashgate.

2015

  • Sharma, S., and Reimer-Kirkham, S. 2015. “Faith as social capital:  Diasporic women stretching the rules of secularized healthcare services.” International Women’s Studies Forum 49: 34-42.

2012

  • Fowler, M., Reimer-Kirkham, S., Sawatzky, R., and Johnston-Taylor, E. 2012. Religion, religious ethics, and nursing.  New York:  Springer Publishers.

Jennifer Selby

Collaborator

2019

  • 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.

2018

  • Selby, Jennifer A., Amélie Barras, and Lori G. Beaman. 2018. Beyond Accommodation: Everyday Narratives of Muslim Canadians. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press
  • Barras, Amélie, Jennifer A. Selby, and Lori G. Beaman. 2018. “Rethinking Canadian Discourses of Reasonable Accommodation” Social Inclusion 6 (2): 162-172.
  • Selby, Jennifer A. 2018. “Secularism in the Ontario Sharia Debate.” In The Shari’a: History, Ethics and Law, edited by Amyn Sajoo, 215-230. London: I.B. Tauris.

2016

  • Gustafson, Diana L., and Jennifer A. Selby. 2016. “Theorizing de-Christianization in Women’s Reproductive Lives in Newfoundland and Labrador.” Women’s Studies International Forum 59: (November-December) 17-25.
  • Beaman, Lori G., Jennifer A. Selby, and Amélie Barras. 2016. “No Mosque, No Refugees: Some Reflections on Syrian Refugees and the Construction of Religion in Canada.” In The Refugee Crisis and Religion: Secularism, Security and Hospitality in Question, edited by Luca Mavelli and Erin Wilson, 77-96. London: Rowman and Littlefield.

2014

  • Selby, Jennifer A. 2014. “Un/veiling Women’s Bodies: Secularism and Sexuality in Full-face Veil Prohibitions in France and Quebec.” Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses 43: 3 (September): 439-466.

2012

  • Selby, Jennifer A. 2012. Questioning French Secularism: Gender Politics and Islam in a Parisian Surburb. New York: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Korteweg, Anna, and Jennifer A. Selby, eds. 2012. Debating Sharia: Islam, Gender Politics and Family Law Arbitration. Toronto: University of Toronto Press

Joel Thiessen

Collaborator

2020

  • Thiessen, Joel, and Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme. 2020. None of the Above: Non-Religious Identity in the U.S. and Canada. New York, NY: New York University Press.

2019

  • Bibby, Reginald, Joel Thiessen, and Monetta Bailey. 2019. The Millennial Mosaic: How Pluralism and Choice Are Shaping Canadian Youth and The Future of Canada. Toronto: Dundurn Press.
  • Thiessen, Joel, Arch Wong, Bill McAlpine, and Keith Walker. 2019. “What is a Flourishing Congregation? Leader Perceptions, Definitions, and Experiences.” Review of Religious Research 61 (1): 13-37.

2017

  • Thiessen, Joel, and Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme. 2017. “Becoming a Religious None: Irreligious Socialization and Disaffiliation.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 56 (1): 64-82.

2016

  • Thiessen, Joel. 2016. “Kids, You Make the Choice: Religious and Secular Socialization among Marginal Affiliates and Nonreligious Individuals.” Secularism and Nonreligion 5 (1): 1-16

2015

  • Thiessen, Joel. 2015. The Meaning of Sunday: The Practice of Belief in a Secular Age. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

2014

  • Dawson, Lorne L., and Joel Thiessen. 2014. The Sociology of Religion: A Canadian Perspective. Don Mills: Oxford University Press.

2012

  • Thiessen, Joel. 2012. “Marginal Religious Affiliates in Canada: Little Reason to Expect Increased Church Involvement.” Canadian Review of Sociology 49 (1): 69-90.

2008

  • Thiessen, Joel, and Lorne L. Dawson. 2008. “Is There a ‘Renaissance’ of Religion in Canada? A Critical Look at Bibby and Beyond.” Studies in Religion 37 (3-4): 389-415.

Juan Marco Vaggionne

Co-Investigator

2020

  • Vaggione, Juan Marco, and Maria Machado. 2020. “Religious Patterns of Neoconservatism in Latin America.” Politics & Gender, 16(1).
  • Vaggione, Juan Marco. 2020. “The conservative uses of law: The Catholic mobilization against gender ideology.” Social Compass. 67(2).

2019

  • Monte, Maria, and Juan Marco Vaggione. 2019. “Cortes irrumpidas. La judicialización conservadora del aborto en Argentina.” Rupturas, 9(1).

2017

  • Vaggione, Juan Marco. 2017. “Francis and ‘Gender Ideology’: Heritage, Displacement and Continuities.” Religion and Gender 6 (2): 302-307.
  • Bergallo, Paola, Isabel Cristina Jaramillo Sierra, and Juan Marco Vaggione, eds. 2017. El aborto en América Latina: Estrategias jurídicas para luchar por su legalización y enfrentar las resistencias conservadoras. Buenos Aires: Siglo XXI Editores.

2016

  • Vaggione, Juan Marco, and José Manuel Morán Faúndes, eds. 2016. Laicidad and Religious Diversity in Latin America. Cham: Springer.

2015

  • Vaggione, Juan Marco. 2015. “The Catholic Church, Contemporary Sexual Politics and Development in Latin America.” In The Handbook of Religions and Global Development, edited by Emma Tomalin, 167-179. London: Routledge.

Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme

Collaborator

2020

  • Thiessen, Joel, and Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme. 2020. None of the Above: Nonreligious Identity in the U.S. and Canada. New York: New York University Press.

2019

2018

  • Wilkins-Laflamme, Sarah. 2018. “Islamophobia in Canada: Measuring the Realities of Negative Attitudes towards Muslims and Religious Discrimination.” Canadian Review of Sociology 55 (1): 86-110.

2017

  • Thiessen, Joel and Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme. 2017. “Becoming a Religious None: Irreligious Socialization and Disaffiliation.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 56 (1): 64-82.
  • Wilkins-Laflamme, Sarah. 2017. “Religious-Secular Polarization Compared: The Cases of Quebec and British Columbia.” Studies in Religion 48 (2): 166-185.

2016

  • Wilkins-Laflamme, Sarah. 2016. “Secularization and the Wider Gap in Values and Personal Religiosity between the Religious and Non-Religious.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 55 (4): 717-736.
  • Wilkins-Laflamme, Sarah. 2016. “The Remaining Core: A Fresh Look at Religiosity Trends in Great Britain.” British Journal of Sociology 67 (4): 632-654.
  • Wilkins-Laflamme, Sarah. 2016. “The Changing Religious Cleavage in Canadians’ Voting Behaviour.” Canadian Journal of Political Science 49 (3): 499-518.
  • Wilkins-Laflamme, Sarah. 2016. “Protestant and Catholic Distinctions in Secularization.” Journal of Contemporary Religion 31 (2): 165-180.

2015

  • Wilkins-Laflamme, Sarah. 2015. “How Unreligious are the Religious ‘Nones’? Religious Dynamics of the Unaffiliated in Canada.” Canadian Journal of Sociology 40 (4): 477-500.

2014

  • Wilkins-Laflamme, Sarah. 2014. “Towards Religious Polarization? Time Effects on Religious Commitment in US, UK and Canadian Regions.” Sociology of Religion 75 (2): 284-308.

Linda Woodhead

Co-Investigator

2018

  • Woodhead, Linda. 2018. “Religion and Brexit: Populism and the Church of England.” Religion, State and Society 46 (3): 206-223.

2017

  • Woodhead, Linda, 2017. “‘The Rise of ‘No Religion’: Towards an Explanation.” Sociology of Religion 78 (3): 247-262.

2016

  • Brown, Andrew, and Linda Woodhead. 2016. That Was the Church That Was: How the Church of England Lost the English People. London: Bloomsbury.
  • Woodhead, Linda. 2016. “‘The Rise of ‘No Religion’ in Britain: the emergence of a new cultural majority.” Journal of the British Academy 4: 245–261.

2015

  • Giordan, Giuseppe, and Linda Woodhead, eds. 2015. A Sociology of Prayer. New York: Ashgate.

2014

  • Woodhead, Linda. 2014. Christianity: A Very Short Introduction (2nd revised edition). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2013

  • Dessing, Nathal M., Nadia Jeldtoft, Jørgen S. Nielsen, and Linda Woodhead, eds. 2013. Everyday Lived Islam in Europe. London: Routledge.

2012

  • Woodhead, Linda, and Rebecca Catto, eds. 2012. Religion and Change in Modern Britain. Oxon: Routledge.

2010

  • Riis, Ole, and Linda Woodhead. 2010. A Sociology of Religious Emotions. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2009

  • Woodhead, Linda, Paul Fletcher, Hiroko Kawanami, and David Smith. 2009. Religions in the Modern World. London: Routledge.

2005

  • Heelas, Paul, and Linda Woodhead. 2005. The Spiritual Revolution: Why Religion is Giving Way to Spirituality. Malden: Blackwell Publishing.