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CSR Research Lending Library

In our Center at 5 Ivy Lane, CSR maintains a small collection of books written by current and former CSR Fellows and speakers.  If you would like to borrow a book, please sign it out and return within six months […]

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Weisenfeld’s Book Wins Award

CSR Executive Committee member Judith Weisenfeld’s book New World A-Coming: Black Religion and Racial Identity During the Great Migration has won the 2017 Albert J. Raboteau Book Prize for the Best Book in Africana Religions.

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CSR Director Robert Wuthnow Interviewed on Religion Dispatches

Read the Cubit’s interview with Robert Wuthnow on religiondispatches.org, discussing Jimmy Carter, the “Nones,” and how to interpret poll data about religion.

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Anthony Petro interviewed on new book

Anthony Petro, former CSR fellow, is interviewed by Religion Dispatches on “How AIDS Changed the Way American Christians Talk about Sex.”

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Amy Kittelstrom’s new book reviewed

“The Religion of Democracy” is reviewed on the Religion and American History blog.

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Heather White’s research featured on Huff Post Religion

CSR alum Heather White’s book “Reforming Sodom” will be released this August.  Get a sneak peek into her research online at Huff Po Religion in Jaweed Kaleem’s article “Unearthing The Surprising Religious History Of American Gay Rights Activism.”

 

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Anthony Petro interviewed on new book

Anthony Petro, former CSR fellow, is interviewed on the Religion in American History blog.  His book “After the Wrath of God” is released July 1. 

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Stuart Young interviewed by New Books in Buddhist Studies

Stuart Young interviewed by New Books in Buddhist Studies on his new book: Conceiving the Indian Buddhist Patriarchs in China.

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Seeing the Light: The Social Logic of Personal Discovery

Sociology Graduate Student Erin Johnston and Anthropology Graduate Student George Laufenberg
will offer responses to the new book by Thomas DeGloma, Assistant Professor of Sociology at Hunter College, City University of New York

The theme of personal awakening is a feature of […]

Panel Discussion on “Becoming Unorthodox” by Lynn Davidman

Panel Discussion on Becoming Un-Orthodox: Stories of Ex-Hasidic Jews by Lynn Davidman, University of Kansas, with comments by Leora Batnitzky, Hendrik Hartog, and Stanley Katz, Princeton University, and a response by the author