Contemporary Anthropology of Religion is the official book series of the Society for the Anthropology of Religion, a section of the American Anthropological Association. We are actively seeking proposals from emerging and senior scholars for monographs or edited volumes that contribute broadly to the anthropological study of religious experience, cultures and practice. The books in the series offer vibrant ethnography, thoughtful debate, and insightful analysis on a variety of issues relating to current theoretical or comparative issues in anthropology of religion. We are especially interested in texts that promote sustained conversation with allied fields, including medical and psychological anthropology, theology, history, and culture studies.
Palgrave Macmillan books are distributed to universities worldwide and are available as printed and e-books. We are also pleased to accept proposals for Palgrave Pivots. This short format (20,000-50,000 words) provides accelerated publishing on topics of special interest.
Please forward this call to your networks too. Potential authors are encouraged to correspond with one of the series editors, Don Seeman (Emory University) and Hillary Kaell (Concordia University), before submitting proposals for review.
dseeman AT emory.eduand hillary.kaell AT concordia.ca