Where Religion Lives publishes ethnographies of religious life throughout the Americas, featuring the methods of religious studies along with anthropological approaches to lived religion. The religious studies perspective encompasses attention to historical contingency, theory, religious doctrine and texts, and religious practitioners’ intimate, personal narratives. The series also highlights the critical realities of migration and transnationalism.
For more information, visit the Where Religion Lives website.
Kristy Nabhan-Warren, University of Iowa
Series Editorial Advisory Committee
Penny Edgell, University of Minnesota
Marla Frederick, Emory University
Gerardo Marti, Davidson College
Robert Orsi, Northwestern University
Leela Prasad, Duke University
Sarah McFarland Taylor, Northwestern University
UNC Press sponsoring editor
Elaine Maisner, Executive Editor
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