“The launch of the NYUP’s book series on Secular Studies has just been announced – details attached. An exciting development in the rising fortunes of our research into nonreligiosity – the hundreds of millions in the world who aren’t religious but who nevertheless interact with religious people and engage in ‘religious-like’ practices every day. Will be of interest to lots of you, as readers and contributors.” Lois Lee
The Secular Studies series is meant to provide a home for works in the emerging field of secular studies. Rooted in a social science perspective, it will explore and illuminate various aspects of secular life, ranging from how secular people live their lives and how they construct their identities to the activities of secular social movements, from the demographics of secularism to the ways in which secularity intersects with other social processes, identities, patterns, and issues.