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Washington College Studies in Religion, Politics, and Culture explores the role of religious belief in political and cultural life, both in the United States and across the world. Special emphasis is placed on theoretical, historical, and legal assessments of the relationship of religion to public life, the meaning and practice of citizenship, and cultural development. Empirical work is also welcome.

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Preventing Violence and Achieving World Peace

Soltes, Ori Z. / Johnson, Margaret A. (eds.)

Preventing Violence and Achieving World Peace

The Contributions of the Gülen Movement

Volume 4

Year of Publication: 2013

ISBN 978-1-4331-2020-6 hb.
ISBN 978-1-4539-0983-6 (eBook)

 
Curriculum and the Culture Wars

Deckman, Melissa / Prud'homme, Joseph (eds.)

Curriculum and the Culture Wars

Debating the Bible's Place in Public Schools

Volume 3

Year of Publication: 2014

ISBN 978-1-4331-1848-7 pb.

 
In Search of Polin

Schiff, Gary S.

In Search of Polin

Chasing Jewish Ghosts in Today's Poland

Volume 2

Year of Publication: 2012

ISBN 978-1-4331-1386-4 hb.
ISBN 978-1-4539-0251-6 (eBook)

 
Sacred Matters, Stately Concerns

Thompson, John M. (ed.)

Sacred Matters, Stately Concerns

Faith and Politics in Asia, Past and Present

Volume 1

Year of Publication: 2014

ISBN 978-1-4331-1263-8 hb.
ISBN 978-1-4539-1274-4 (eBook)

 

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