Columbia Series on Religion and Politics

Edited by Gaston Espinosa and Chester Gillis

The Columbia Series on Religion and Politics addresses the growing demand for scholarship on the intersection of religion and politics in a world in which religion attempts to influence politics and politics regularly must consider the effects of religion. The series examines the influence religion exercises in public life on areas including politics, environmental policy, social policy, law, church-state relations, foreign policy, race, class, gender, and culture. Written by experts in a variety of fields, the series explores the historical and contemporary intersection of religion and politics in the United States and globally.

Columbia University Press