Religion and American Culture: A Journal of Interpretation
Published for the Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture by
the University of California Press
Founded on premises of religious freedom, America has witnessed a tremendous
number of spiritual ideologies co-exist within its borders, many of which
directly or indirectly affect its citizens, interpersonal, inter-community,
and international relationships.
Religion and American Culture: A Journal of Interpretation explores the
connection between religion and other spheres of American culture, and
embraces many methodological approaches and theoretical perspectives.
Although concentrated on specific topics, articles illuminate larger
patterns, implications, or contexts of American life.
In the regularly featured "Forum" section, editors invite scholars to write
thought pieces, commenting from different perspectives upon an issue
central to the study of religion in its American context. Past Forums have
introduced discussion on the Branch Davidians at Waco, the canonization of
Martin Luther King, Jr., and American religious people as Other.
Thomas J. Davis, Managing Editor
Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture
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Content available by subscription. Free sample article available online.
Current Issue: Winter 2004 (Volume 14, Number 1)
Date: 21 June 2004