Posted by Lisa Haygood on November 15, 2018

Dear Reading Religion Editorial Board Members,

We can't thank you enough for the support you selflessly give to Reading Religion throughout the year.  To show our appreciation, please stop by Reading Religion's booth (#917) in the Exhibitor's Hall to pick up your FREE THANK YOU GIFT.  If you are not able to be in Denver this year, please drop me an email and I'll post it to you when we get back to the office.

Posted by Lisa Haygood on November 15, 2018

Dear Reading Religion Subscribers,

Posted by Lisa Haygood on November 01, 2018

Dear Reading Religion and JAAR Editorial Boards,

Thanks to all of you for your continued support in recommending qualified reviewers for our books available for review.  Please take a few minutes to look over the new titles received in October and suggest potential reviewers.

GOOGLE FORM FOR RECOMMENDING REVIEWERS

 

Posted by Lisa Haygood on November 01, 2018

Dear Reading Religion subscribers,

By Vilmarie Vega

24 October 2018

This year’s American Academy of Religion annual meeting will host many panels focusing on books in the study of religion. Scholars from a wide variety of fields within religious studies will discuss these texts in depth, giving voice to diverse perspectives and delving into fascinating subjects.

Posted by Lisa Haygood on October 16, 2018

Dear Reading Religion and JAAR Editorial Boards,

Thanks to all of you for your continued support in recommending qualified reviewers for our books available for review.  Please take a few minutes to look over the new titles received in October and suggest potential reviewers.

GOOGLE FORM FOR RECOMMENDING REVIEWERS

Posted by Lisa Haygood on October 16, 2018

Dear Reading Religion subscribers,

We have a wealth of new titles reviewed and available for review this month along with the latest installment in Reading Religion's Book Review Essays Series--New Religious Movements.

By Courtney Applewhite

3 October 2018

Much of the study of NRMs is based in ethnographic work, but with older groups, scholars often turn to textual sources for analysis. The books on NRMs received at Reading Religion from 2015 through 2018 reflect a diversity in groups studied and methodology, but many of the books are focused on Mormonism, NRMs in the contemporary United States, and groups that are derivative from Abrahamic traditions.

Posted by Cynthia Eller on September 30, 2018

Dear Reading Religion and JAAR Editorial Boards:

I am resigning my position as Editor of Reading Religion effective today. I will continue my work as the Book Review Editor of JAAR until January 1, 2019.

Thank you so much for stepping up to the plate to help us find appropriate reviewers for the enormous wealth of scholarly books on religion that are being published today.

Posted by Cynthia Eller on September 30, 2018

Dearest Reading Religion subscribers:

This newsletter is my swan song. I am stepping down as editor today. It has been my great pleasure to get to know so many of you in your respective capacities as reviewers, authors, publishers, scholars, journalists, and public intellectuals.

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