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New Resource Website: SociologyOfReligion.net

Sociology of Religion Resources — www.sociologyofreligion.net

We’re pleased to announce the launch of a new website of online resources for scholars and students: Sociology of Religion Resources. The site is still in its early stages, but already we have:

  1. A list of sociologists working in the field with links to their webpages
  2. Lists of relevant scholarly associations, journals and useful websites
  3. We’re particularly pleased with the beginnings of our library of key and up-to-date bibliographies by experts on a range of topics in the sociology of religion. We’re delighted to have a number of bibliographies available already, with more to follow shortly.

Bibliographies available already online are:

  • Michael Wilkinson on Pentecostalism
  • Paul-François Tremlett on  The Philippines and South East Asia & Structuralism and Post-Structuralism
  • Marta Trzebiatowska on Gender and Religion & Afterlife
  • Andrew McKinnon on Classical Sociology

Forthcoming bibliographies include:

Ateş Altınordu on Historical Comparative Sociology

  • Brian Conway on Catholicism
  • Daniel DeHanas on Islam in Britain
  • Titus Hjelm on Social Problems
  • Lois Lee on Secularism and Non-Religion
  • Dawn Llewellyn on Feminism
  • Joel Thiessen on Canada
  • Andrew Singleton on Australia

We hope that Sociology of Religion Resources will provide a useful service for students and scholars with an interest in the field; we’ll be very happy to hear suggestions for what kinds of resources that you think might be useful, or suggestions for what you might be able to contribute. So please feel free to get in touch!

Andrew McKinnon and Marta Trzebiatowska
Department of Sociology, University of Aberdeen
Sociology of Religion Resources — www.sociologyofreligion.net