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ejournal Approaching Religion
"Approaching Religion is an academic open access journal published by the Donner Institute for Research in Religious and Cultural History in Åbo, Finland. Its purpose is to publish current research on religion and to offer a platform for scholarly co-operation and debate within the field. The journal appears twice a year and consists of articles, book reviews and discussions. It addresses an international readership and, as the title suggests, approaches the field of religion from a broad perspective, engaging contributors from different theoretical and methodological traditions."
http://ojs.abo.fi/index.php/ar/index
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
•  Online Journal
ejournal Cross Currents
"CrossCurrents is a global network for people of faith and intelligence who are committed to connecting the wisdom of the heart and the life of the mind. In print, online and in real time, we bring people together across lines of difference around issues of common concern."
http://www.crosscurrents.org/
•  Interreligious dialogue
•  Religion and culture
•  Religions
•  Online Journal
ejournal Mythological Studies Journal
"The Mythological Studies Journal of Pacifica Graduate Institute is a student journal and features writing by students currently enrolled in Pacifica's Mythological Studies programs. In addition, a peer-review board of students is responsible for selecting and reviewing writing for publication."
http://journals.sfu.ca/pgi/index.php/pacificamyth/index
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
•  Online Journal
web Center for Media, Religion and Culture
"Welcome to the Center for Media, Religion and Culture site at the University of Colorado's Center for Mass Media Research. We are an interdisciplinary research team focused on the intersection of religious and media-related practices in the everyday lives of contemporary adults and their families. This center is a clearing-house of information for those interested in exploring the intersection of media, religion, and culture, including fellowship information for those interested in studying this vibrant field."
http://cmrc.colorado.edu/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and journalism
•  Religion -- Centers and institutes
web Culture of Life Foundation
"The Culture of Life Foundation is a social policy research institute that exists to reveal and present the truths about the human person at all stages of life and in all conditions. We aim to affect public policy by promoting and making available to the public scientific and other factual information relevant to debates about human life and dignity. To this end The Culture of Life Foundation seeks as educator to deepen public understanding of bioethics, marriage and family, human dignity and human solidarity."
http://www.cultureoflife.org/
•  Biomedical ethics -- Religious aspects
•  Religion and culture
web Theos: The Public Theology Think Tank
"Theos is a public theology think tank which exists to undertake research and provide commentary on social and political arrangements. We aim to impact opinion around issues of faith and belief in society. We were launched in November 2006 with the support of the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, and the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor."
http://www.theosthinktank.co.uk/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and science
•  United Kingdom -- Religion
top site web Center for Media, Religion, and Culture
"The Center for Media, Religion, and Culture was founded in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Colorado Boulder in 2006 to bring together scholars, professionals, and the larger public to explore the variety of ways media and religion influence one another and our daily lives. It is one of the very few institutions worldwide dedicated to building knowledge and expertise in this emerging field. And its multidisciplinary efforts draw on resources from a broad range of approaches, locations, and directions."
http://cmrc.colorado.edu/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and journalism
•  Religion on the Internet
•  Religion -- Centers and institutes
top site web Mediating Religion
"Mediating Religion is an international network of academics and interested associates working in the area of religion, culture and social change. Our focus is on the multiple, interconnected ways in which religious ideas and practices are mediated in the contemporary world. Mediating Religion acts as a network of networks – encouraging collaboration amongst research clusters working on these themes around the world."
http://www.mediatingreligion.org/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion on the Internet
ejournal Journal of Religion, Media and Digital Culture
"The Journal of Religion, Media and Digital Culture is a peer-reviewed academic journal, publishing articles, research reports and book reviews. All JRMDC content is free to access online. JRMDC is sponsored by CODEC, a research initiative based at St John’s College, Durham University, UK."
http://jrmdc.com/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and journalism
•  Religion on the Internet
•  Online Journal
syllab "Religion and Popular Culture" (Hagerman)
A 2011  course by Brent Hagerman at Wilred Laurier University.
http://www.wlu.ca/documents/47967/RE220_syllabus_FAll_2011_Hagerman.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Gendering the Divine"
A 2011 course by Brent Hagerman at Wilfrid Laurier University.
http://www.wlu.ca/documents/47968/RE224_syllabus_FALL_2011_Hagerman.pdf
•  Religion and culture
•  Women -- Religious aspects
syllab "Religion & Popular Culture"
A 2010 course by Seth Dowland at Duke University.
http://www.religionandprofessions.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/Duke_Religion-Pop-Culture_Current.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Religion, Art, and Visual Culture"
A 2009 course by Sage Elwell at Texas Christian University.
http://www.rel.tcu.edu/documents/30743Elwellf09.pdf
•  Religion and art
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Magic, Science, and Religion"
A 2012 course by Mira Amiras at San Jose State University.
http://www.sjsu.edu/people/mira.amiras/courses/c10/s0/MSR%20Green%20SPRING%202012.pdf
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and science
syllab "Religion and Popular Culture" (Porter)
A 2012 course by Jennifer Porter at Memorial University of Newfoundland.
http://www.religionandprofessions.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/MemorialUniv-of-Newfoundland_Religion-and-Popular-Culture_current.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Religion and Popular Culture" (Winden-Fey)
A 2010 course by Julia Winden-Fey at the University of Central Arkansas.
http://www.religionandprofessions.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/Univ-of-Central-Arkansas_Religion-and-Popular-Culture_Current.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Religion and Popular Culture"
A 2012 course by Denis Bekkering at St. Jerome's University.
http://sjuweb.sju.ca/sites/default/files/coursefiles/RS170_winter2012.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Religion and Food"
A course by Peter Harle at the University of Minnesota.
http://mavcor.yale.edu/sites/default/files/Harle%20religion%20and%20food%20syllabus.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Religion and the Five Senses"
A 2009 course by Brent Rodriguez Plate at Hamilton College.
http://mavcor.yale.edu/sites/default/files/Plate-5Senses_0.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Sensory Cultures of Religion in History, Theory, and Method"
A 2010 course by Sally Promey at Yale University.
http://mavcor.yale.edu/sites/default/files/Promey-Sensational-Materialities-2010_0.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Religion and the Politics of Vision"
A 2010 course by Sally Promey at Yale University.
http://mavcor.yale.edu/sites/default/files/Promey-Visual-Controversies-2010_0.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Religious Visual and Material Culture"
A 2007 course by Judith Weisenfeld at Princeton University.
http://mavcor.yale.edu/sites/default/files/Weisenfeld-Syllabus-Religious-Visual-and-Material-Culture_0.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "From Disney to Avatar: Nature & Spirituality in Popular Culture"
A 2013 course by Bron Taylor at the University of Florida.
http://religion.ufl.edu/files/2012/11/From-Disney-to-Avatar-Nature-Spirituality-in-Popular-Culture.pdf
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and film
syllab "Ethics, Utopias, and Dystopias"
A 2013 course by Whitney Sanford at the University of Florida.
http://religion.ufl.edu/files/2012/11/Ethics-Utopias-Dystopias.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Sacred Journeys"
A 2013 course by David Hackett at the University of Florida.
http://religion.ufl.edu/files/2012/11/REL-3938-Sacred-Journeys.pdf
•  Religion and culture
web Initiative for the Study of Material and Visual Cultures of Religion
"The Initiative for the Study of Material and Visual Cultures of Religion (MAVCOR) is characterized by its subjects of inquiry—material and visual cultures of religions—and by the form of activity it promotes: scholarly, collaborative, interdisciplinary, and international. It is about the study of the religious lives of things (pictures, objects, monuments, buildings, spaces, for example). It directs attention to the pressures of secularization theory on past and present material practices and ideas about them. MAVCOR is equally committed to multiplying ways of being in conversation, of sharing information, and of producing knowledge about these topics. We intend this work, shared in books, articles, conferences, courses, interviews, exhibitions, lectures, film series, and web-based visual and textual resources, to be substantive, critical, provocative, and accessible." Located at Yale University.
http://mavcor.yale.edu/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
syllab "Religion and Popular Culture" (Walker)
A 2012 course by Seth Walker at the University of South Florida.
http://www.religionandprofessions.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/Univ-South-Florida_Religion-and-Popular-Culture_2012.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Religion and Materiality"
A 2010 course by David Morgan at Duke University.
http://mavcor.yale.edu/sites/default/files/Morgan-Syllabus-Religion-and-Materiality_0.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Religion and Popular Culture"
A 2009 course by Charles Brown at Albright College.
http://www.thearda.com/learningcenter/sharing/syllabi/Brown,%20Religion%20&%20Pop%20Culture.pdf
•  Religion and culture
web Society for the Arts, Religion, and Contemporary Culture
"The Society's purpose and program are based on the belief that the roles of the arts and religion are decisive. They reflect the struggle to conserve and to recover depth and wholeness, to reaffirm personal responsibility in the face of dehumanization, to define the ground for human freedom and creativity in a culture which tends increasingly to impose impersonal tyrannies over mind and spirit. The Society meets three times each year, normally in New York City, on the first Saturday of November, February and May."
http://www.sarcc.org/
•  Religion and art
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Professional societies
web Century Blog
The blog of the Christian Century magazine.
http://www.theolog.org/
•  Christianity
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Patheos: Balanced Views of Religion
A site that offers articles and links to blogs about religion in the world today.

http://www.patheos.com/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Blogs
•  Religions
syllab "Sources and Symbols of Power and Authority"
A 2000 course by Victor Matthews at Southwest Minnesota State University.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/v/vmatthews/power/power_and_authority.html
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Artists, Shamans and Cosmology"
A 1998 course by Thomas Peterson at Alfred University.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/p/peterson/artists_shamans_cosmology-peterson.html
•  Religion and art
•  Religion and culture
web Big Questions Online
"BQO aims to ask and explore the Big Questions of human purpose and ultimate reality, with a focus on science, religion, markets, morals, and the dynamic intersection among them." A blog funded by the Templeton Foundation.
http://www.bigquestionsonline.com/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Institute for Studies of Religion at Baylor University
"ISR exists to initiate, support, and conduct research on religion, involving scholars and projects spanning the intellectual spectrum: history, psychology, sociology, economics, anthropology, political science, epidemiology, theology, and religious studies. Our mandate extends to all religions, everywhere, and throughout history. It also embraces the study of religious effects on such things as prosocial behavior, family life, population health, economic development, and social conflict. While always striving for appropriate scientific objectivity, our scholars treat religion with the respect that sacred matters require and deserve."
http://www.baylorisr.org/
•  Religion and anthropology / sociology
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Centers and institutes
syllab "Religion and the Gaze of History"
A 2010 course by Maha Marouan at the University of Alabama.

http://religion.ua.edu/rel490marouan.html
•  Religion and culture
top site web Mars Hill Audio
"MARS HILL AUDIO is committed to assisting Christians who desire to move from thoughtless consumption of contemporary culture to a vantage point of thoughtful engagement. We believe that fulfilling the commands to love God and neighbor requires that we pay careful attention to the neighborhood: that is, every sphere of human life where God is either glorified or despised, where neighbors are either edified or undermined."
http://www.marshillaudio.org/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and literature
•  Religion -- Audio resources
syllab "Religionists and Futurists"
A 2012 course by Jay Gary at Regent University.

http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/Gary.Regent.LMSF623SYLLABUS.Religionists.Futurists.pdf
•  Religion and culture
ejournal "End of Criticism, The"
A review of Philip Rieff's My Life Among the Deathworks: Illustrations of the Aesthetics of Authority by Russell Reno.
http://www.mmisi.org/ir/42_01/reno.pdf
•  Religion and culture
•  Online Article or Essay
syllab "Religion, Culture and Society"
A 1998 course by Michael Leming at St. Olaf College.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/l/leming/index.html
•  Religion and culture
ejournal @This Point
"This unique journal is a ministry—one that we offer especially to adult church members who are hungry for thoughtful and provocative resources to stimulate their growth in Christ. Each issue will focus on a particular topic seen through the lenses of a variety of theological disciplines. Lead articles, responses, and replies, as well as discussion-starters and an annotated list of resources for further research and reflection will be written by scholars whose concern for the church is that it continue to 'be transformed by the renewing of your minds' (Romans 12:2)." From Columbia Theological Seminary.
http://www.atthispoint.net/
•  Religion and culture
•  Pastoral ministry
•  Online Journal
web Australasian Theological Forum
"The Australasian Theological Forum Limited is an independent, ecumenical and interdisciplinary body. The Forum seeks to enrich public discourse on contemporary issues through the disciplines and wisdom of Christian theology.
http://www.atf.org.au/
•  Religion and culture
•  Theology
web Project on Lived Theology
"Housed in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Virginia, the Project on Lived Theology is a Lilly Endowment initiative that seeks to understand the way theological convictions shape the everyday patterns and practices of particular communities. The Project also endeavours to demonstrate the importance of theological ideas in the public conversation about religion and social responsibility."
http://livedtheology.org/
•  Religion and culture
•  Theology
syllab "Religion and Culture"
A 2003 course by Kevin Lewis at the University of South Carolina.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/l/lewis/Lewis-1JN97.pdf
•  Religion and culture
ejournal Journal of Men, Masculinities and Spirituality
"The Journal of Men, Masculinities and Spirituality (JMMS) is an online, scholarly, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal. JMMS seeks to be as inclusive as possible in its area of enquiry. Papers address the full spectrum of masculinities and sexualities, particularly those which are seldom heard. Similarly, JMMS addresses not only monotheistic religions and spiritualities but also Eastern, indigenous, new religious movements and other spiritualities which resist categorization. JMMS papers address historical and contemporary phenomena as well as speculative essays about future spiritualities."
http://www.jmmsweb.org/
•  Religion and culture
•  Spirituality
•  Online Journal
top site web CODEC: Christian Communication in the Digital Age
"The CODEC Research Centre explores the interfaces between theology, media and digital culture, focussing especially on religious communication, theology and the sacred texts (especially the Bible), aiming to research and transform religious discourse within and about new digital media. The centre provides a focus for international research into the impact of the digital environment on religious tradition, practice, and education, and explore religious identity within the digital world. The research is not limited to any confessional stance or religious affiliation." Located at Durham University (UK).
https://www.dur.ac.uk/codec/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion on the Internet
•  Religion -- Centers and institutes
ejournal Immanent Frame
"The Immanent Frame publishes interdisciplinary perspectives on secularism, religion, and the public sphere. TIF serves as a forum for ongoing exchanges among leading thinkers across the social sciences and humanities, featuring invited contributions and original essays that have not been previously published in print or online."
http://blogs.ssrc.org/tif/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and politics
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Center for the Study of Religion and Society
"The Center for the Study of Religion and Society at Notre Dame is dedicated to advancing social scientific understanding of religion in society through scholarly research, training, and publications. The Center brings a variety of faculty, students, and other researchers together into a community of scholars engaged in empirical investigations, intellectual interchange, and teaching crucial for advancing the sociological study of religion."
http://csrs.nd.edu/
•  Religion and anthropology / sociology
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Centers and institutes
ejournal Sightings
"Under the sponsorship of the Martin Marty Center, Sightings reports and comments on the role of religion in public life via e-mail twice a week to a readership of over 5,000. Through the eyes, ears, and keyboards of a diverse group of writers—academics, clergyman, laypeople, and students—Sightings displays the kaleidoscope of religious activity: a reflection of how religious currents are shaping and being shaped in the world."
http://divinity.uchicago.edu/sightings
•  Religion and culture
•  United States -- Religion
•  Online Magazine/Newsletter
ejournal "Vision of Christopher Dawson"
An article by Araceli Duque.

http://www.catholiceducation.org/articles/history/world/wh0087.html
•  Religion and culture
•  Online Article or Essay
syllab "Contemporary Problems in Religion and Culture"
A 1998 course by William James and Ellen Goldberg at Queens University.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/j/james/relhome.htm
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Religion and Popular Culture" (Hamner)
A 2000 course by Gail Hamner at Syracuse University.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/h/hammer/rel246/rel246.htm
•  Religion and culture
web Discovery Institute
"Discovery Institute's mission is to make a positive vision of the future practical. The Institute discovers and promotes ideas in the common sense tradition of representative government, the free market and individual liberty."
http://www.discovery.org/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and science
ejournal First Things: A Journal of Religion and Public Life
This print publication offers limited aspects of its resources online. It features articles on subjects in theology, philosophy, politics, literature, education, and culture.
http://www.firstthings.com/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and politics
•  Online Magazine/Newsletter
ejournal Hedgehog Review
"The journal brings together essays, interviews, bibliographies, and book reviews by scholars from throughout the humanities and social sciences. By focusing attention from many disciplines of study on one issue or question, the journal aims to be a unique resource for those concerned with making sense of the puzzles, perplexities, and promise of our time."
http://www.iasc-culture.org/THR/index.php
•  Religion and culture
•  Online Journal
ejournal Journal of Religion and Society
"The Journal of Religion & Society has been established to promote the cross-disciplinary study of religion and its diverse social dimensions through the publication of research articles, discussions and critical notes, and book reviews." Edited by Ronald A. Simkins of Creighton University.
http://purl.org/JRS
•  Religion and culture
•  Online Journal
ejournal Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion
"The Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion stems from the realization that as the world becomes figuratively smaller, and secular constructs such as law become more complex, an understanding of the role of religion within this transformation has become more crucial than ever. The Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion was not founded with a particular ideology in mind. Rather, its goal is to explore how law impacts different religions, and reciprocally, how various religions impact the law."
http://www.lawandreligion.com/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and law
•  Online Journal
ejournal Salt of the Earth: The Online Source for Social Justice
"Though it has ceased publication as a print journal, Salt of the Earth continues its mission as an online toolbox of resources, stories, and strategies for parish- and community-based organizers and volunteers working to fulfill the social mission of the church in their parish community through direct service or advocacy work. Salt of the Earth is one way you can introduce the long tradition of Catholic social teaching and the social mission of the church to your parish community. Salt of the Earth online is maintained by the Claretian Missionaries."
http://salt.claretianpubs.org/
•  Catholic Church
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and politics
•  Online Magazine/Newsletter
web Acton Institute
"The Acton Institute is a unique resource for those who seek to build prosperity and progress on a foundation of religious liberty, economic freedom, and personal moral responsibility. We work with church leadership, educational institutions, and individuals in business or the ministry -- both in the United States and abroad -- to promote an understanding of market principles and to encourage the economic freedom that creates opportunity for all."
http://www.acton.org/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and economics
web Center for Religion and Civic Culture
"The Center for Religion and Civic Culture (CRCC) at the University of Southern California is an academic research unit and a community partner for faith-based organizations. CRCC conducts research on the civic role of religion, helps to build the capacity of faith-based organizations to address significant social issues, and communicates findings to scholars, legislators, community leaders, media, and funders."
http://www.usc.edu/schools/college/crcc/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Centers and institutes
web Kripke Center for the Study of Religion and Society
"The Kripke Center at Creighton University is dedicated to facilitating scholarly activity in the areas of religion and society in the form of research, publications, conferences, seminars, symposia, lectures, and fora. Special attention is given to promoting understanding between and among faith communities, focusing especially on Judaism, Christianity, and Islam."
http://moses.creighton.edu/CSRS/
•  Interreligious dialogue
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Centers and institutes
web Ethics and Public Policy Center
"The Ethics and Public Policy Center was established in 1976 to clarify and reinforce the bond between the Judeo-Christian moral tradition and the public debate over domestic and foreign policy issues. Its program includes research, writing, publication, and conferences. The Center affirms the political relevance of the great Western ethical imperatives--respect for the dignity of every person, individual freedom and responsibility, justice, the rule of law, and limited government. It maintains that moral reasoning is an essential complement to empirical calculation in the shaping of public policy."
http://www.eppc.org/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Centers and institutes
•  Religious ethics
web Martin Marty Center
"Through a variety of consultations, conferences, and publications, the Center brings scholarly perspectives to bear on religious questions facing the wider public, while encouraging scholars to situate their academic questions within a broader cultural frame of reference."
http://divinity.uchicago.edu/martin-marty-center
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Centers and institutes
web Millsaps Faith and Work Initiative
"The Millsaps Faith & Work Initiative cultivates passionate and compassionate leaders for the future. Students explore their personal and professional futures in relation to issues of ethics, values, faith, and the common good and learn to build lives and careers that serve not only their own self-interest but greater goods as well."
http://www.millsaps.edu/faithwrk/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religious ethics
•  Religion -- Centers and institutes
top site web Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life
"The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life seeks to promote a deeper understanding of how religion shapes the ideas and institutions of American society. At a time of heightened interest in religion’s public roles and responsibilities, the Forum bridges the worlds of scholarship, public policy and journalism by creating a platform for research and discussion of issues at the intersection of religion and public affairs. People of faith and the institutions they build play a critical role in the public life of our nation, and the public square is compromised unless religion is welcomed there. The Forum explores these contributions to civic life while honoring America’s traditions of religious liberty and pluralism."
http://pewforum.org/
•  Religion and culture
•  United States -- Religion
syllab "Religion and Society"
A course by David Klemm at the University of Iowa.
http://www.uiowa.edu/~c032002a/
•  Religion and culture
top site web Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture
"The Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture is a non-profit, interdisciplinary research center at the University of Virginia. Through a wide-ranging program of research, writing, graduate training, lectureships, and conferences, the Institute investigates contemporary cultural change and its implications for individuals and for society. Committed to analysis not advocacy, the Institute offers critical insights and resources to those concerned with responding creatively and constructively to the challenges posted by our time." Executive director of the Institute is James Davison Hunter.
http://www.virginia.edu/iasc/
•  Religion and anthropology / sociology
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Centers and institutes
•  United States -- Religion
syllab "Diets and Deities: Food Themes in World Religions"
A 2003 course by Katherine Ulrich at DePauw University.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/u/ulrich/1JN65-Ulrich.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "New Encounters: Hospitality, Security and Peace in a Mobile World"
A course by Eleazar Fernandez at the United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities.
http://www.unitedseminary.edu/faculty/syllabi/TR514%20fall%202010.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Contemporary Religious Thought"
A 1998 course by Paula Cooey at Trinity University.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/c/cooey/contemporary_religious_thought-cooey.html
•  Religion and culture
ejournal Agathos: An International Review of the Humanities and Social Sciences
"Agathos: An International Review of the Humanities and Social Sciences intends to be an interdisciplinary forum for debates on real, fundamental, and living problems of the human condition and human society. The journal aims to stimulate reflection and dialogue among researchers from different places in the world, and to offer their hermeneutical approaches in the fields of philosophy, literature, linguistics, arts, history, education, religion, psychology, sociology, political science, and law."
http://www.agathos-international-review.com/
•  Religion and anthropology / sociology
•  Religion and culture
•  Online Journal
web Imaginative Conservative
"The Imaginative Conservative is an on-line journal for those who seek the True, the Good and the Beautiful. We address culture, liberal learning, politics, political economy, literature, the arts and the American Republic in the tradition of Russell Kirk, T.S. Eliot, Edmund Burke, Irving Babbitt, Paul Elmer More, Wilhelm Roepke, Robert Nisbet, M.E. Bradford, Eric Voegelin, Christopher Dawson and other leaders of Imaginative Conservatism."
http://www.imaginativeconservative.org/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and politics
•  Religion -- Blogs
web Southwest Institute on Religion and Civil Society
"SIRCS at the University of New Mexico was founded to promote broadly accessible public dialogue and focused scholarly research regarding the intersection of religion and democracy in the contemporary world. We examine the underpinnings of democratic life in the culture, institutions, and political & economic relations of contemporary society, in the American Southwest, in the United States, and around the world."
http://www.sircs.unm.edu/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and politics
•  Religion -- Centers and institutes
top site web Project on Religion and Urban Culture
"The Polis Center's Project on Religion and Urban Culture, supported by grants from Lilly Endowment Inc., examines and encourages discussion about the role of religion in Indianapolis—and, by implication, in other mid-sized American cities. Through community-based partnerships, we explore the ways people of faith have helped define, sustain, and transform urban community in the 20th century. We are also examining the reverse: how the urban environment shapes congregations and religious practice."
http://www.polis.iupui.edu/ruc/
•  Religion and culture
•  United States -- Religion
web Red, White, Blue & Brimstone: New World Literature and the American Millennium
An online exhibition displaying how the Book of Revelation has been interpreted in the context of American history.
http://www2.lib.virginia.edu/exhibits/brimstone/
•  Apocalyptic thought and millennialism
•  Religion and culture
•  United States -- Religion
web Weyerhaeuser Center for Faith & Learning
"The Weyerhaeuser Center at Whitworth College aspires to be nationally recognized for innovative programs designed to promote Christian scholarship, effective faith-learning integration in and out of the classroom, greater spiritual depth in students, renewal of clergy and education for laity, and a better understanding of the dynamic between religion and culture in the Pacific Northwest."
http://www.whitworth.edu/FaithCenter/Index.aspx
•  Religion and culture
•  Religious education
•  Religion -- Centers and institutes
web Religious Freedom Page
"America's founders believed religious freedom to be the "first liberty." The content of this site is concerned with issues of religious freedom in the U.S. and around the world. Whether you seek information about religious freedom in a particular nation, or are interested in theoretical and historical issues, you will find significant resources to help you pursue your inquiry."
http://religiousfreedom.lib.virginia.edu/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and law
syllab "Marriage, Family, and Religious Values: A Multicultural Approach"
A course by Liz Wilson at Miami University (Ohio).
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/w/wilson/wilsonMARRIAGE.pdf
•  Religion and culture
web Cranach: The Blog of Veith
A blog by Christian author Gene Veith.
http://www.patheos.com/blogs/geneveith/
•  Lutheran Church
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Blogs
ejournal Harvard Divinity Bulletin
"Harvard Divinity Bulletin is a magazine that includes articles, reviews, and opinion pieces on religion and contemporary life, religion and the arts, religious history, and the study of religion. It appears three times a year—in spring, autumn, and winter issues. A sampling of its contents is provided here."
http://www.hds.harvard.edu/news/bulletin_mag/
•  Religion and culture
•  Theology
•  Online Journal
web Salvo Magazine: Science, Sex, Society
"Blasting holes in scientific naturalism, marveling at the intricate design of the universe, and promoting life in a culture of death; Critiquing art, music, film, television, and literature, interrupting mass media influence, and questioning the sanity of our consumerist lifestyle; Countering destructive ideologies, replacing revisionist fictions with undeniable facts, and paring away political correctness; Debunking the cultural myths that have undercut human dignity, all but destroyed the notions of virtue and morality, and slowly eroded our appetite for transcendence; Recovering the one worldview that actually works." Published by the Fellowship of St. James, which also publishes Touchstone Magazine.
http://www.salvomag.com/
•  Apologetics
•  Religion and culture
•  Sexual ethics -- Religious aspects
•  Online Magazine/Newsletter
ejournal Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory
"The Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to both disciplinary and interdisciplinary scholarship of a cutting-edge nature that deals broadly with the phenomenon of religion and cultural theory."
http://www.jcrt.org/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religions
•  Online Journal
ejournal Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies
"J.S.R.I. is a peer-review academic publication intended for professors and young researchers interested in the study of religions and ideologies. J.S.R.I. encourages interdisciplinary approaches engaging the following domains: interreligious dialogue, philosophy of religions, political philosophy and political science, ethics, religious studies, anthropology, sociology, educational science and communications theory."
http://www.jsri.ro/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and politics
•  Religions
ejournal Practical Matters: A Transdisciplinary Multimedia Journal of Religious Practices and Practical Theology
"Pushing the boundaries of both the study of religious practices and the discipline of practical theology, Practical Matters publishes a variety of media and genres, illuminating each of these areas and drawing connections between them. Practical Matters will publish 1-2 issues per year, featuring work by and for scholars, practitioners, and teachers." Maintained at Emory University.
http://www.practicalmattersjournal.org/
•  Religion and culture
•  Theology, Practical
•  Online Journal
syllab "Christianity and Culture"
A 2009 course by Michael Andres at Northwestern College.
http://home.nwciowa.edu/andres/rel472culture.htm
•  Christianity
•  Religion and culture
web Walter H. Capps Center for the Study of Ethics, Religion, and Public Life
Located at the University of California Santa Barbara, "the Capps Center seeks to advance discussion of issues related to ethics, values and public life and to encourage non-partisan, non-sectarian civic participation. Because of the Center's location on the West Coast, issues arising out of, or influenced by this highly globalized region receive special attention, among them: the challenges of pluralism; the transnational movement of peoples, cultures, and belief systems; war, violence, and the possibilities of peace; environmental ethics; indigenous populations, religion and politics; moral and ethical debates, civic engagement, and the role of religious influences generally in society."
http://www.cappscenter.ucsb.edu/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Centers and institutes
•  Religious ethics
syllab "Religion and Food"
A course by Peter Harle at Macalester College.
http://www.materialreligion.org/food/harle.html
•  Religion and culture
web Leonard E. Greenberg Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life
"The Leonard E. Greenberg Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life was established at Trinity College in 1996 to advance knowledge and understanding of the varied roles that religious movements, institutions, and ideas play in the contemporary world; to explore challenges posed by religious pluralism and tensions between religious and secular values; and to examine the influence of religion on politics, civic culture, family life, gender roles, and other issues in the United States and elsewhere in the world."
http://www.trincoll.edu/Academics/centers/GreenbergCenter/Pages/default.aspx
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and politics
•  Religion -- Centers and institutes
syllab "Sacred Space"
A 2005 course by David Bains at Samford University.
http://faculty.samford.edu/~drbains/relg498.htm
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Soul Food: Eating and Drinking in Western Religion"
A course by Charlie Wallace at Willamette University.
http://www.materialreligion.org/food/wallace.html
•  Religion and culture
top site web Religion & Culture Web Forum
"The Martin Marty Center's Religion and Culture Web Forum is an online forum for thought-provoking discussion on the relationship of scholarship in religion to culture and public life. Each month the Marty Center, the research arm of the University of Chicago Divinity School, invites a scholar of religion to comment on his or her own research in a way that 'opens out' to themes, problems, and events in world cultures and contemporary life. Scholars from diverse fields of study are invited to offer responses to these commentaries."
http://divinity.uchicago.edu/martycenter/publications/webforum/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Blogs
web CURA - Institute on Culture, Religion and World Affairs
"The Institute on Culture, Religion and World Affairs (CURA) at Boston University is an academic research and teaching center. Its purpose is to explore the place of culture (in the usual social-scientific sense of beliefs, values and lifestyles) on the world scene, with special attention to religion as a central component of culture."
http://www.bu.edu/cura/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Centers and institutes
top site web International Religious Freedom Report
This report, issued by the U.S. State Department, has brief descriptions of the religious demographics of many countries around the world, and comments on religious freedom issues.
http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/irf/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and politics
web Center for Faith & Culture in Oxford, England
"The Thomas More College of Liberal Arts maintains a Center for Faith & Culture. Oxford is an ideal setting for the recovery of the rich legacy of Catholic and Christian humanism, being associated with the towering Oxford figures of John Henry Newman, C.S. Lewis, and J.R.R. Tolkien, whose work—along with that of G.K. Chesterton—can be studied at the Center for Faith & Culture."
http://www.thomasmorecollege.edu/?page_id=310
•  Christianity
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Centers and institutes
web Englewood Review of Books
"The Englewood Review of Books is a weekly book review published by Englewood Christian Church, Indianapolis. We review books that we believe are valuable resources for the people of God, as we follow the mission of God: i.e., the reconciliation of all things. The books we review are not necessarily books from the “Christian market,” and most of the books that we review will not be stocked in your local Christian bookstore."
http://erb.kingdomnow.org/
•  Christianity
•  Religion and culture
web Stout, Jeffrey
Prof. Stout teaches at Princeton University.
http://www.princeton.edu/~stout/stout_hmp.htm
•  Personal home pages and CVs
•  Religion and culture
web Center on Religion & the Professions
"The Center on Religion & the Professions works to improve religious literacy among professionals, to help them serve a diverse public. We improve the religious literacy of professionals by: Supporting ground-breaking research on how religion affects people and encouraging its use by the appropriate professionals; Creating resources and training programs to improve religious literacy among professionals; Developing and testing curriculum about religion for all disciplines; Presenting public forums and discussions to improve professionals' and the public's understanding of religion." Located at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
http://www.religionandprofessions.org/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and economics
•  Religion -- Centers and institutes
web JCRT Live
"Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory conversations on what is current and compelling."
http://jcrt.typepad.com/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Blogs
ejournal Books & Culture: A Christian Review
This publication "examines the diverse disciplines that affect us all-history, philosophy, theology, politics, sociology, science, psychology, and the arts. Leading Christian thinkers and writers will provide in-depth analysis from creative and informed minds that wrestle with the larger questions of culture and religion."
http://www.christianitytoday.com/books/
•  Christianity
•  Religion and culture
•  Online Magazine/Newsletter
ejournal Christian Century
"Linking Christian faith and contemporary life."
http://www.christiancentury.org/
•  Christianity
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and politics
•  Theology
•  Online Magazine/Newsletter
ejournal Oldspeak
An online magazine that discusses politics, culture, and Christianity.
https://www.rutherford.org/publications_resources/oldspeak/
•  Religion and culture
•  Online Magazine/Newsletter
ejournal Response
This publication from Seattle Pacific University offers a Christian perspective on the world.
http://www.spu.edu/response/
•  Religion and culture
•  Online Magazine/Newsletter
ejournal tothesource: Moral Framework for Cultural Issues
"tothesource is a forum for integrating thinking and action within a Judeo-Christian moral framework that takes into account our contemporary situation. We report the insights of cultural experts to the specific issues we face believing these sources will embolden people to greater faith and involvement."
http://www.tothesource.org/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and science
•  Online Magazine/Newsletter
top site ejournal Religion Dispatches: Critical Analysis for the Common Good
"Religion Dispatches is a daily online magazine dedicated to the analysis and understanding of religious forces in the world today, highlighting a diversity of progressive voices and aimed at broadening and advancing the public conversation."
http://www.religiondispatches.org/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and journalism
•  Religion -- Blogs
•  Online Magazine/Newsletter
web Institute on Religion and Democracy
"The IRD is an ecumenical alliance of U.S. Christians working to reform our churches' social witness, in accord with biblical and historic teachings, thereby contributing to the renewal of democratic society at home and abroad."
http://www.theird.org/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and politics
•  Religion -- Centers and institutes
ejournal American Theological Inquiry
"To provide an inter-tradition forum for scholars who affirm the historic Ecumenical Creeds of Christendom (Apostles’, Athanasian, Nicæno-Constantinopolitan, and Chalcedonian) to constructively communicate contemporary theologies, developments, ideas, commentaries, insights, and affirmations pertaining to theology, culture, and history, toward reforming and elevating American Christianity."
http://www.atijournal.org/
•  Religion and culture
•  Theology
•  Online Journal
syllab "Gospel and Popular Culture"
A course by Bryan Stone at Boston University School of Theology.
http://people.bu.edu/bpstone/syllabi/tc867/syllabus.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Myth and Symbol"
A course by Steven Smith at Millsaps College.
http://home.millsaps.edu/smithsg/myth%20and%20symbol.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Ritual Studies"
A 1999 course by Kathleen O'Grady at the University of Calgary.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/o/ogrady/ritual_studies-ogrady.html
•  Religion and culture
ejournal Relegere: Studies in Religion and Reception
"An independent, open-access, peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to the promotion and dissemination of innovative research in reception history, broadly conceived, within and across religious traditions."
http://relegere.org/index.php/relegere/index
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Study and teaching
•  Online Journal
ejournal Online Heidelberg Journal of Religions on the Internet
This electronic journal focuses on the interface between religion and cyberspace.
http://online.uni-hd.de/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion on the Internet
•  Religions
•  Online Journal
ejournal "Between Victory and Victimhood: Reflections on Culture and Martyrdom"
An article by Chris Huebner in Direction Journal (2005).
http://www.directionjournal.org/article/?1402
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and violence
syllab "Issues in Contemporary Theology: Hybridity, Syncretism and Religious Identity"
A 1999 course by Jeffrey Carlson at DePaul University.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/c/carlson/issues_in_contemporary_theology-carlson.htm
•  Religion and culture
web International Society for Religion, Literature and Culture
"The ISRLC exists to promote the study of literature, religion, and the arts through its newsletter, its web-site and its contacts throughout the world with groups and societies with similar interests."
http://www.gla.ac.uk/esrla/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and literature
syllab "Secularization"
A 2010 course by Steven Smith at Millsaps College.
http://home.millsaps.edu/smithsg/Secularization.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Religion and Society"
A 2007 course by Melissa Wilcox at Whitman College.
http://www.whitman.edu/religion/Rel107S07.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Theories of Myth"
A 2011 course by Russell McCutcheon at the University of Alabama.

http://religion.ua.edu/rel341.html
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Religion and Society"
A course by Eric Thomas at the College of Charleston.
http://religiousstudies.cofc.edu/syllabi/past-semesters-facstaff-/115thomas-s07.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Religion and Culture" (Lewis)
A course by Kevin Lewis at the University of South Carolina.
http://people.cas.sc.edu/lewiske/RELG201.pdf
•  Religion and culture
ejournal Other Journal, The
"The Other Journal is a online quarterly journal that aims to create space for Christian interdisciplinary reflection, exploration, and expression. Attempting to remain a notch or two more popular than the typical scholarly journal and a notch or two more scholarly than the typical popular magazine, our goal is to provide our readers with provocative, challenging and insightful Christian commentary on current social issues, political events, cultural trends, and pop phenomena."
http://theotherjournal.com/
•  Christianity
•  Religion and culture
•  Online Magazine/Newsletter
ejournal Religion & Liberty
An online publication from the Acton Institute.

http://www.acton.org/pub/religion-liberty
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and economics
•  Online Magazine/Newsletter
syllab "Theology and Popular Culture"
A 2006 course by Michael Andres at Northwestern College.
http://home.nwciowa.edu/andres/rel375popculture.htm
•  Religion and culture
web Professorial Verbosity
"This site contains posts that provide reflections on topics of contemporary culture and theology by a religion professor on a Christian college campus." Maintained by Brian Hartley.
http://religionprofessor.blogspot.com/
•  Religion and culture
•  Theology
•  Religion -- Blogs
syllab "Myth, Ritual, and the Creative Process"
A 1997 course by Thomas Peterson at Alfred University.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/p/peterson/myth_ritual_creative_process-peterson.html
•  Religion and culture
web Drew Marshall Show
"Canada's most listened to spiritual talkback program."
http://www.drewmarshall.ca/
•  Canada -- Religion
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Audio resources
syllab "Politics of Religious Authenticity"
A 2010 course by Russell McCutcheon and Vaia Touna at the University of Alabama.
http://www.as.ua.edu/rel/rel4801and2.html
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Rhetoric of Religious Experience"
A 2013 course by Russell McCutcheon at the University of Alabama.
http://as.ua.edu/rel/rel480mccutch.html
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Contemporary Religious Thought"
A 2006 course by Clayton Crockett at the University of Central Arkansas.
http://faculty.uca.edu/claytonc/Contemp%20Rel%20Thought.htm
•  Religion and culture
web Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society and Culture
"The Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society and Culture was established in 2005 to advance understanding of the role of secular values and the process of secularization in contemporary society and culture. Nonpartisan and multidisciplinary, the Institute conducts academic research, sponsors curriculum development, and presents public events." An institute at Trinity College in Connecticut.
http://www.trincoll.edu/Academics/centers/isssc/Pages/default.aspx
•  Philosophy and religion
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion -- Centers and institutes
ejournal Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Religion
"The Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Religion will attempt to assemble the best voices and insights from communities of color, promoting interdisciplinary and innovative investigation, and embracing new technologies of dissemination and empowerment."
http://www.raceandreligion.com/JRER/JRER.html
•  Religion and colonialism
•  Religion and culture
•  Online Journal
ejournal Catholic Social Science Review
"Published by the Society of Catholic Social Scientists, the Catholic Social Science Review publishes scholarship faithful to the tradition's social doctrines. Scholars from a wide variety of social scientific and allied fields contribute to the journal."
http://cssronline.org/CSSR/
•  Catholic Church
•  Religion and anthropology / sociology
•  Religion and culture
•  Online Journal
syllab "Religion, Race, Nation"
A course by Vincent Lloyd at Georgia State University.

http://vwlloyd.mysite.syr.edu/religion-race-nation.pdf
•  Religion and culture
ejournal Emerging Leadership Journeys
"Emerging Leadership Journeys is an academic journal that provides a forum for emerging scholars in the field of leadership studies. Contributors to this journal are Ph.D. students enrolled in the Organizational Leadership program in Regent University’s School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship."
http://www.regent.edu/acad/global/publications/elj/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion and economics
•  Online Journal
syllab "Memory, Culture, Religion"
A 2012 course by Ann Grodzins Gold at Syracuse University.

http://religion.syr.edu/Courses/Fall2012_pdfs/REL689F12.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Church in Modern Society"
A 2010 course by James Bradley at Fuller Theological Seminary.

http://schedule.fuller.edu/sot/ecds/104/CH801-579_Bradley.html
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Religion, Love, and Death"
A 2012 course by Mark Unno at the University of Oregon.

http://pages.uoregon.edu/munno/OregonCourses/REL253F12/R253RelLoveDeath.htm
•  Death and dying
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Longings for Immortality: Imagining the Afterlife from Gilgamesh to Cyberspace"
A 2012 course by J. Pinault at Santa Clara University.

http://www.scu.edu/cas/religiousstudies/academics/courses/syllabi/upload/RSOC159Pinault.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Myth, Ritual, and Symbol"
A 2012 course by John Huddleston at the College of Charleston.
http://religiousstudies.cofc.edu/syllabi/fac-syllabi-s12/huddlestun360s12.PDF
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Critical Race Theory As Theological Challenge"
A 2012 course by Mark Lewis Taylor at Princeton Theological Seminary.
http://marklewistaylor.net/courses/critical-race-theory-as-theological-challenge/
•  Religion and culture
ejournal Second Nature
"Second Nature is an online journal for critical thinking about technology and new media in light of the Christian tradition."
http://secondnaturejournal.com/
•  Religion and culture
•  Religion on the Internet
•  Online Magazine/Newsletter
syllab "Religion and Social Change"
A 2013 course by Anna Peterson at the University of Florida.
http://religion.ufl.edu/files/REL4141.SocChange.F13.pdf
•  Religion and culture
syllab "Religion and Food"
A 2013 course by Whitney Sanford at the University of Florida.
http://religion.ufl.edu/files/2012/11/Religion-Food.pdf
•  Religion and culture
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