The Oxford Encyclopedia of Religion in America

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Religion in America

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Religion in America brings together state-of-the-art articles on key topics in the study of religion in America. The encyclopedia is organized around five key areas developed by leading scholars in the field: ethnicity; empire; space; religion in public life; and religious ideas. The Oxford Encyclopedia of Religion in America introduces readers to the multifaceted and interdisciplinary ways of studying religion in America. All of the articles appear online as part of the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Religion.

To read The Oxford Encyclopedia of Religion in America articles online, see the Religion in America section of ORE Religion. This section will continue to grow as the project expands.

Volume Editor

John Corrigan, Florida State University

Associate Editors

Christine Heyrman, University of Delaware

Tracy Leavelle, Creighton University

Edward J. Blum, San Diego State University

Phil Goff, Indiana University

Heather Curtis, Tufts University

Bret E. Carroll, California State University, Stanislaus

Topics

Ethnicity

Empire

Space

Religion in Public Life

Religious Ideas