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55 new entries in the NSRN Bibliography

55 texts, new and old, have been added to the NSRN Bibliography. Happy researching!


  • Ballestero, A. 2012. ‘The Productivity of Nonreligious Faith : Openness, Pessimism, and Water in Latin America’. In Nature, Science, and Religion : Intersections Shaping Society and the Environment, 169–190. Santa Fe; School for Advanced Research Press.
  • Berner, Ulrich. 1990. ‘Religion Und Atheismus’. In The Notion of ‘Religion’ in Comparative Research, ed. H. Bianchi, 769–776. Rome: Selected Proceedings of the XVI IAHR Congress held in Rome, September 3-8.
  • ———. 2011. ‘Der Neue Atheismus Als Gegenstand Der Religionswissenschaft’. In Religionen Nach Der Säkularisierung. Festschrift Für Johann Figl Zum 65. Geburtstag, ed. H.G. Hödl and V. Futterknecht, 378–390. Wien: Lit Verlag.
  • Berner, Ulrich, and Johannes Quack, eds. 2012. Religion Und Kritik in Der Moderne. Münster: Lit Verlag.
  • Beyer, Peter. 2012. ‘2011 Association for the Sociology of Religion Presidential Address Socially Engaged Religion in a Post-Westphalian Global Context : Remodeling the Secular/Religious Distinction’. Sociology of Religion 73 (2): 109–129.
  • Brown, Callum G. 2012. ‘`The Unholy Mrs Knight’ and the BBC : Secular Humanism and the Threat to the `Christian Nation’, C.1945-60’. English Historical Review 127 (525): 345–376.
  • Bruce, Steve. 2001. ‘“Christianity in Britain”, R. I.P..’ Sociology of Religion 62 (2): 191–203.
  • Bullivant, Spencer. 2012. Atheism and Non-Religion Panel Session (2012 BSA SocRel Annual Conference). University of Chester: NSRN. http://nsrn.net/1785-2/.
  • Bullivant, Stephen. 2012. ‘Not so Indifferent After All? Self-conscious Atheism and the Secularisation Thesis’. Approaching Religion 2 (1) (June 7): 100–106.
  • Bussing, A., F. Reiser, A. Michalsen, and K. Baumann. 2012. ‘Engagement of Patients With Chronic Diseases in Spiritual and Secular Forms of Practice : Results with the Shortened SpREUK-P SF17 Questionnaire’. Integrative Medicine 11 (1): 28–38.
  • Choi, N.G., and D.M. DiNitto. 2012. ‘Predictors of Time Volunterring, Religious Giving, and Secular Giving: Implications for Nonprofit Organizations’. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare 39 (2): 93–120.
  • Cotter, Christopher R., Rebecca Aechtner, and Johannes Quack. 2012. Non-Religiosity, Identity, and Ritual Panel Session. Hungarian Culture Foundation, Budapest, Hungary: NSRN. http://nsrn.net/1523-2/.
  • Cragun, R., S. Yeager, and D. Vega. 2012. ‘Research Report : How Secular Humanists (and Everyone Else) Subsidize Religion in the U.S’. Free Inquiry 32 (4): 39–46.
  • Davie, Grace. 2012. ‘Belief and Unbelief: Two Sides of a Coin’. Approaching Religion 2 (1) (June 7): 3–7.
  • Figl, J. 2012. ‘Religionswissenschaft, Religionskritik Und Atheismus Bei Friedrich Nietzsche’. In Religion Und Kritik in Der Moderne, ed. Ulrich Berner and Johannes Quack, 31–52. Münster: Lit Verlag.
  • Fitzgerald, Timothy, ed. 2007. Religion and the Secular: Historical and Colonial Formations. London and Oakville CT: Equinox.
  • Frega, R. 2012. ‘Equal Accessibility to All : Habermas, Pragmatism, and the Place of Religious Beliefs in a Post-Secular Society’. Constellations 19 (2): 267–287.
  • Galen, L.W., and J. Kloet. 2011a. ‘Personality and Social Integration Factors Distinguishing Non-religious from Religious Groups:  The Importance of Controlling for Attendance and Demographics’. Archive for the Psychology of Religion 33: 205–228.
  • ———. 2011b. ‘Mental Well-being in the Religious and the Non-religious: Evidence for a Curvilinear Relationship’. Mental Health Religion and Culture 14: 673–689.
  • Gentz, J. 2012. ‘Religionskritik Im Wandel Der Orthodoxie. Vom Dritten Opiumkrieg Und Vom Aberglauben Im China Der 1980er Jahre’. In Religion Und Kritik in Der Moderne, ed. Ulrich Berner and Johannes Quack, 53–79. Münster: Lit Verlag.
  • Graham, E. 2012. ‘What’s Missing? Gender, Reason and the Post-Secular’. Political Theology (2): 233–245.
  • Gulalp, H. 2010. ‘Secularism and the European Court of Human Rights’. European Public Law 16 (3): 455–471.
  • Hoogheem, A. 2012. ‘Secular Apocalypses : Darwinian Criticism and Atwoodian Floods’. Mosaic 45 (2): 55–72.
  • Hyman, Gavin. 2012. ‘Dialectics or Politics? Atheism and the Return to Religion’. Approaching Religion 2 (1) (June 7): 66–74.
  • Laitila, Teuvo. 2012. ‘The Russian Orthodox Church and Atheism’. Approaching Religion 2 (1) (June 7): 52–57.
  • LeDrew, Stephen. 2012. ‘The Evolution of Atheism Scientific and Humanistic Approaches’. History of the Human Sciences 25 (3) (July 1): 70–87. doi:10.1177/0952695112441301.
  • Lynch, Gordon. 2012. The Sacred in the Modern World: A Cultural Sociological Approach. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Maclure, J., and C. Taylor. 2011. Secularism and Freedom of Conscience. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
  • Mahlamäki, Tiina. 2012. ‘Religion and Atheism from a Gender Perspective’. Approaching Religion 2 (1) (June 7): 58–65.
  • Martinson, Mattias. 2012. ‘Atheism as Culture and Condition: Nietzschean Reflections on the Contemporary Invisibility of Profound Godlessness’. Approaching Religion 2 (1) (June 7): 75–86.
  • McAnulla, Stuart. 2012. ‘Radical Atheism and Religious Power: New Atheist Politics’. Approaching Religion 2 (1) (June 7): 87–99.
  • Miner, R.C. 2012. ‘Leo Strauss’s Adherence to Nietzsche’s “Atheism From Intellectual Probity’’’. Perspectives on Political Science 41 (3): 155–164.
  • Modood, Tariq. 2012. ‘2011 Paul Hanly Furfey Lecture Is There a Crisis of Secularism in Western Europe?’ Sociology of Religion 73 (2): 130–149.
  • Niose, David. 2012. Nonbeliever Nation: The Rise of Secular Americans. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Ozaloglu, S., and M.O. Gurel. 2011. ‘Designing Mosques for Secular Congregations: Transformations of the Mosque as a Social Space in Turkey’. Journal for Architectural and Planning Research 28 (4): 336–358.
  • Pfister, L.F. 2012. ‘Post-Secularity Within Contemporary Chinese Philosophical Contexts’. Journal of Chinese Philosophy 39 (1): 121–138.
  • Plessentin, U. 2012. ‘Die „Neuen Atheisten“ Als Religionspolitische Akteure’. In Religion Und Kritik in Der Moderne, ed. Ulrich Berner and Johannes Quack, 81–112. Münster: Lit Verlag.
  • Quack, Johannes. 2012a. ‘Arten Des Unglaubens Als ‚Mentalität‘: Religionskritische Traditionen in Indien’. In Religion Und Kritik in Der Moderne, ed. Ulrich Berner and Johannes Quack, 113–138. Münster: Lit Verlag.
  • ———. 2012b. ‘Religionswissenschaft, Religion Und Kritik in Der Moderne’. In Religion Und Kritik in Der Moderne, ed. Ulrich Berner and Johannes Quack, 7–29. Münster: Lit Verlag.
  • Schielke, Samuli. 2012. ‘Being a Nonbeliever in a Time of Islamic Revival: Trajectories of Doubt and Certainty in Contemporary Egypt’. International Journal of Middle East Studies 44 (02): 301–320. doi:10.1017/S0020743812000062.
  • Schlieter, J. 2012. ‘Der Rationalitätsbegriff Der Naturalistischen Religionskritik’. In Religion Und Kritik in Der Moderne, ed. Ulrich Berner and Johannes Quack, 195–218. Münster: Lit Verlag.
  • Sikka, S. 2012. ‘The Perils of Indian Secularism’. Constellations 19 (2): 288–304.
  • Sloan, S. 2012. ‘Regional Differences in Collecting Freethought Books in American Public Libraries: A Case of Self-censorship?’ Library Quarterly 82 (2): 183–205.
  • Smith, A.F. 2012. ‘Secularity and Biblical Literalism : Confronting the Case for Epistemological Diversity’. International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 71 (3): 205–219.
  • Smith, B., and J. Burkhalter. 2011. ‘Choice and Conflict Between Sacred and Secular Music : A Conversation Piece for Teaching Marketing Ethics’. Sustainable Global Marketplace 34: 227–229.
  • Taira, Teemu. 2012. ‘More Visible but Limited in Its Popularity: Atheism (and Atheists) in Finland’. Approaching Religion 2 (1) (June 7): 21–35.
  • Taira, Teemu, and Ruth Illman. 2012. ‘The New Visibility of Atheism in Europe’. Approaching Religion 2 (1) (June 6): 1–2.
  • Tenenbaum, H.R., and M.D. Ruck. 2012. ‘British Adolescents- and Young Adults- Understanding and Reasoning About the Religious and Nonreligious Rights of Asylum-Seeker Youth’. Child Development 83 (3): 1102–1115.
  • Voas, David, and Steve Bruce. 2007. ‘The Spiritual Revolution: Another False Dawn for the Sacred’. In A Sociology of Spirituality, ed. K. Flanagan and P.C. Jupp, 43–62. Aldershot: Ashgate.
  • Waggoner, Michael D., ed. 2011. Sacred and Secular Tensions in Higher Education: Connecting Parallel Universities. New York: Routledge.
  • Wally. 2012. ‘Ian McEwan’s Saturday as a New Atheist Novel? A Claim Revisited’. Anglia: Zeitschrift Für Englische Philologie 130 (1): 95–119.
  • Wayne Carp, E. 2012. ‘The Atheist and the Christian: Madalyn Murray O’Hair, Jean Paton, and the Stigma of Illegitimacy in the 1950s’. Journal of The Historical Society 12 (2): 205–227. doi:10.1111/j.1540-5923.2012.00363.x.
  • Winters, S.F. 2012. ‘Religious Faith and Secular Hope in The Underland Chronicles’. Lion and the Unicorn 36 (1): 1–19.
  • Zenk, Thomas. 2012. ‘“Neuer Atheismus”: “New Atheism” in Germany’. Approaching Religion 2 (1) (June 8): 36–51.
  • Zuckerman, Phil. 2012. ‘Contrasting Irreligious Orientation: Atheism and Secularity in the USA and Scandinavia’. Approaching Religion 2 (1) (June 7): 8–20.

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Scholar of religion/nonreligion... PhD Student (Lancaster University), blogger, singer, actor, thinker... Northern Irish living in Scotland. Co-founder of The Religious Studies Project. Managing Editor at the NSRN. Baritone masquerading as a tenor. Vegetarian for no particular reason.

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