REDP Book Series
New Book Series — Religious Engagement in Democratic Politics
Temple University Press
The Religious Engagement in Democratic Politics series collects work that explores in theoretically and empirically rigorous ways variations in and determinants of religious presence in the politics of democratic nations — from those with a long history of institutionalized democracy to those struggling to establish free, contested elections and systems of rights and liberties. Books in the series will demonstrate application of one or more of a variety of quantitative and qualitative methodologies to explore the robust and highly variable presence of religion in democracies.
Djupe, Paul A. and Ryan L. Claassen, editors. 2018. The Evangelical Crackup? The Future of the Evangelical-Republican Coalition.
Calfano, Brian R. and Nazita Lajevardi. Forthcoming. Understanding Muslim Political Life in America: Contested Citizenship in the Twenty-First Century
Kraybill, Jeanine D. Forthcoming. One Faith, Two Authorities: Tension Between Female Religious and Male Clergy in the American Catholic Church.
If you have a manuscript or an idea for a manuscript that would be a good fit for this series, please contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.