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2015

  • Amarasingam, Amarnath. 2015. “The Cultural, the Nominal, and the Secular: The Social Reality of Religious Identity Among Sri Lankan Tamil Youth in Canada.” In Atheist Identities – Spaces and Social Contexts, edited by Lori G. Beaman and Steven Tomlins, 69–85. Boundaries of Religious Freedom: Regulating Religion in Diverse Societies 2. Springer International Publishing. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-09602-5_5.
  • Beaman, Lori G. 2015. “Freedom of and Freedom from Religion: Atheist Involvement in Legal Cases.” In Atheist Identities – Spaces and Social Contexts, edited by Lori G. Beaman and Steven Tomlins, 39–52. Boundaries of Religious Freedom: Regulating Religion in Diverse Societies 2. Springer International Publishing. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-09602-5_3.
  • Beyer, Peter. 2015. “From Atheist to Spiritual But Not Religious: A Punctuated Continuum of Identities among the Second Generation of Post-1970 Immigrants in Canada.” In Atheist Identities – Spaces and Social Contexts, edited by Lori G. Beaman and Steven Tomlins, 137–51. Boundaries of Religious Freedom: Regulating Religion in Diverse Societies 2. Springer International Publishing. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-09602-5_9.
  • Bullivant, Spencer Culham. 2015. “Believing to Belong: Non-Religious Belief as a Path to Inclusion.” In Atheist Identities – Spaces and Social Contexts, edited by Lori G. Beaman and Steven Tomlins, 101–15. Boundaries of Religious Freedom: Regulating Religion in Diverse Societies 2. Springer International Publishing. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-09602-5_7.
  • Cimino, Richard, and Christopher Smith. 2015. “Secularist Rituals in the US: Solidarity and Legitimization.” In Atheist Identities – Spaces and Social Contexts, edited by Lori G. Beaman and Steven Tomlins, 87–100. Boundaries of Religious Freedom: Regulating Religion in Diverse Societies 2. Springer International Publishing. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-09602-5_6.
  • Cotter, Christopher R. 2015. “Without God yet Not Without Nuance: A Qualitative Study of Atheism and Non-Religion Among Scottish University Students.” In Atheist Identities – Spaces and Social Contexts, edited by Lori G. Beaman and Steven Tomlins, 171–93. Boundaries of Religious Freedom: Regulating Religion in Diverse Societies 2. Springer International Publishing. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-09602-5_11.
  • Cragun, Ryan T. 2015. “Who Are the ‘New Atheists’?.” In Atheist Identities – Spaces and Social Contexts, edited by Lori G. Beaman and Steven Tomlins, 195–211. Boundaries of Religious Freedom: Regulating Religion in Diverse Societies 2. Springer International Publishing. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-09602-5_12.
  • Endresen, Cecilie. 2015. “The Nation and the Nun: Mother Teresa, Albania’s Muslim Majority and the Secular State.” Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations 26 (1): 53–74. doi:10.1080/09596410.2014.961765.
  • LeDrew, Stephen. 2015. “Atheism Versus Humanism: Ideological Tensions and Identity Dynamics.” In Atheist Identities – Spaces and Social Contexts, edited by Lori G. Beaman and Steven Tomlins, 53–68. Boundaries of Religious Freedom: Regulating Religion in Diverse Societies 2. Springer International Publishing. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-09602-5_4.
  • Mumford, Lorna. 2015. “Living Non-Religious Identity in London.” In Atheist Identities – Spaces and Social Contexts, edited by Lori G. Beaman and Steven Tomlins, 153–70. Boundaries of Religious Freedom: Regulating Religion in Diverse Societies 2. Springer International Publishing. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-09602-5_10.
  • Stahl, William A. 2015. “The Church on the Margins: The Religious Context of the New Atheism.” In Atheist Identities – Spaces and Social Contexts, edited by Lori G. Beaman and Steven Tomlins, 19–37. Boundaries of Religious Freedom: Regulating Religion in Diverse Societies 2. Springer International Publishing. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-09602-5_2.
  • Tomlins, Steven. 2015. “A Common Godlessness: A Snapshot of a Canadian University Atheist Club, Why Its Members Joined, and What That Community Means to Them.” In Atheist Identities – Spaces and Social Contexts, edited by Lori G. Beaman and Steven Tomlins, 117–36. Boundaries of Religious Freedom: Regulating Religion in Diverse Societies 2. Springer International Publishing. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-09602-5_8.
  • Tomlins, Steven, and Lori G. Beaman. 2015. “Introduction.” In Atheist Identities – Spaces and Social Contexts, edited by Lori G. Beaman and Steven Tomlins, 1–18. Boundaries of Religious Freedom: Regulating Religion in Diverse Societies 2. Springer International Publishing. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-09602-5_1.

2014

  • Abbink, Jon. 2014. “Religious Freedom and the Political Order: The Ethiopian ‘secular State’ and the Containment of Muslim Identity Politics.” Journal of Eastern African Studies 8 (3): 346–65. doi:10.1080/17531055.2014.917855.
  • Anand, Ari Singh. 2014. “Ethical Selfhood and the Status of the Secular: Muslim Identity in Mumbai.” Culture and Religion 15 (4): 377–98. doi:10.1080/14755610.2014.982667.
  • Antoninis, Manos. 2014. “Tackling the Largest Global Education Challenge? Secular and Religious Education in Northern Nigeria.” World Development 59 (July): 82–92. doi:10.1016/j.worlddev.2014.01.017.
  • Balagangadhara, S. N. 2014. “On the Dark Side of the ‘Secular’: Is the Religious-Secular Distinction a Binary?.” Numen 61 (1): 33–52. doi:10.1163/15685276-12341303.
  • Baldacchino, Jean-Paul. 2014. “Contextualizing the Secular Public Sphere: Religious Ritual, Festa and Migrant Identity in Malta and Australia.” Ethnicities 14 (1): 113–35. doi:10.1177/1468796813497930.
  • Baumgart-Ochse, Claudia. 2014. “Opposed or Intertwined? Religious and Secular Conceptions of National Identity in Israel and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.” Politics, Religion & Ideology 15 (3): 401–20. doi:10.1080/21567689.2014.948531.
  • Bernstein, Anya. 2014. “Caution, Religion! Iconoclasm, Secularism, and Ways of Seeing in Post-Soviet Art Wars.” Public Culture 26 (3 74): 419–48. doi:10.1215/08992363-2683621.
  • Bhargava, Rajeev. 2014. “How Secular Is European Secularism?” European Societies 16 (3): 329–36. doi:10.1080/14616696.2014.916335.
  • Bialecki, Jon. 2014. “Does God Exist in Methodological Atheism? On Tanya Lurhmann’s When God Talks Back and Bruno Latour.” Anthropology of Consciousness 25 (1): 32–52. doi:10.1111/anoc.12017.
  • Blankholm, Joseph. 2014. “The Political Advantages of a Polysemous Secular.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 53 (4): 775–90. doi:10.1111/jssr.12152.
  • Brewster, Melanie E., Matthew A. Robinson, Riddhi Sandil, Jessica Esposito, and Elizabeth Geiger. 2014. “Arrantly Absent Atheism in Psychological Science From 2001 to 2012.” The Counseling Psychologist 42 (5): 628–63. doi:10.1177/0011000014528051.
  • Brown, Wendy. 2014. “Is Marx (Capital) Secular?” Qui Parle 23 (1): 109–24. doi:10.5250/quiparle.23.1.0109.
  • Bruce, Steve. 2014. “Late Secularization and Religion as Alien.” Open Theology 1 (1): 13–23.
  • Burke, Adam, Juliana Van Olphen, Mickey Eliason, Ryan Howell, and Autumn Gonzalez. 2014. “Re-Examining Religiosity as a Protective Factor: Comparing Alcohol Use by Self-Identified Religious, Spiritual, and Secular College Students.” Journal of Religion and Health 53 (2): 305–16. doi:10.1007/s10943-012-9623-8.
  • Calleja-Ragonesi, Isabelle, Anna Khakee, and Maria Pisani. 2014. “Blessed Is He Who Considers the Human Rights Paradigm: Maltese Aid between Charity and Human Rights and between Catholicism and Secularism.” Mediterranean Quarterly 25 (3): 99–122.
  • Carlson, John D. 2014. “Defending the Secular from Its Secularist Critics: Albert Camus, Saint Augustine, and the New Atheism.” Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal 97 (1): 50–74.
  • Chavura, Stephen. 2014. “‘… but in Its Proper Place. …’Religion, Enlightenment, and Australia’s Secular Heritage: The Case of Robert Lowe in Colonial NSW 1842–1850.” Journal of Religious History 38 (3): 356–76. doi:10.1111/1467-9809.12075.
  • Chavura, Stephen, and Ian Tregenza. 2014. “Introduction: Rethinking Secularism in Australia (and Beyond).” Journal of Religious History 38 (3): 299–306. doi:10.1111/1467-9809.12078.
  • Cheryomukhin, Alexander, and N. Andrew Peterson. 2014. “Measuring Relational and Intrapersonal Empowerment: Testing Instrument Validity in a Former Soviet Country with a Secular Muslim Culture.” American Journal of Community Psychology 53 (3-4): 382–93. doi:10.1007/s10464-014-9649-z.
  • Chu, Doris C., and Hung-En Sung. 2014. “Causation of Drug Abuse and Treatment Strategy: A Comparison of Counselors’ Perceptions of Faith-Based and Secular Drug Treatment Programs.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 58 (4): 496–515. doi:10.1177/0306624X12462855.
  • Colasacco, Brett. 2014. “From Men into Gods: American Pragmatism, Italian Proto-Fascism, and Secular Religion.” Politics, Religion & Ideology 15 (4): 541–64. doi:10.1080/21567689.2014.959505.
  • Corfield, Penelope J. 2014. “‘An Age of Infidelity’: Secularization in Eighteenth-Century England.” Social History 39 (2): 229–47. doi:10.1080/03071022.2014.914785.
  • Dach, Stefanie, and Tomáš Marvan. 2014. “Alex Rosenberg (2011) The Atheist’s Guide to Reality: Enjoying Life without Illusions.” Science & Education 23 (3): 695–706. doi:10.1007/s11191-013-9661-y.
  • Davids, Nuraan. 2014. “Muslim Women and the Politics of Religious Identity in a (Post) Secular Society.” Studies in Philosophy and Education 33 (3): 303–13. doi:10.1007/s11217-013-9389-9.
  • Davies, Lynn. 2014. “One Size Does Not Fit All: Complexity, Religion, Secularism and Education.” Asia Pacific Journal of Education 34 (2): 184–99. doi:10.1080/02188791.2013.875647.
  • Davis, Robert A. 2014. “Religion, Education and the Post-Secular Child.” Critical Studies in Education 55 (1): 18–31. doi:10.1080/17508487.2014.860042.
  • Desiderio, Jennifer. 2014. “The Life Itself: Quaker Women’s Diaries and the Secular Impulse.” Early American Literature 49 (1): 185–99. doi:10.1353/eal.2014.0000.
  • Duschinsky, Robbie. 2014. “Recognizing Secular Defilement: Douglas, Durkheim and Housework.” History and Anthropology 25 (5): 553–70. doi:10.1080/02757206.2014.928618.
  • Elsayyad, May, and Shima’a Hanafy. 2014. “Voting Islamist or Voting Secular? An Empirical Analysis of Voting Outcomes in Egypt’s ‘Arab Spring.’” Public Choice 160 (1-2): 109–30. doi:10.1007/s11127-014-0173-3.
  • Ely, Richard. 2014. “Now You See It: Now You Don’t! Issues of Secularity and Secularisation in Publicly Funded Elementary Schools in the Australian Colonies during the Middle Third of the Nineteenth Century.” Journal of Religious History 38 (3): 377–97. doi:10.1111/1467-9809.12072.
  • Fernée, Tadd. 2014. “Gandhi and the Heritage of Enlightenment: Non-Violence, Secularism and Conflict Resolution.” International Review of Sociology 24 (2): 309–24. doi:10.1080/03906701.2014.933029.
  • Field, Clive D. 2014. “Another Window on British Secularization: Public Attitudes to Church and Clergy Since the 1960s.” Contemporary British History 28 (2): 190–218. doi:10.1080/13619462.2014.923765.
  • Flaherty, Michael T., Ernest Kurtz, William L. White, and Ariel Larson. 2014. “An Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis of Secular, Spiritual, and Religious Pathways of Long-Term Addiction Recovery.” Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly 32 (4): 337–56. doi:10.1080/07347324.2014.949098.
  • Frederiksen, Claus Strue, Morten Ebbe Juul Nielsen, and Philosophy Documentation Center. 2014. “Do Anti-Discrimination Policies Sometimes Imply (Wrongful) Discrimination?: The (Alleged) Asymmetry between Religious and Secular Clothing.” Edited by Elliot D. Cohen. International Journal of Applied Philosophy 28 (1): 107–24. doi:10.5840/ijap20145119.
  • Frede, Victoria. 2014. “Atheism in the Russian Enlightenment.” Russian Literature, 18th-Century Literature, 75 (1–4): 121–61. doi:10.1016/j.ruslit.2014.05.007.
  • George, Darren, Justina Adalikwu-Obisike, Jesse Boyko, Jay Johnson, and Alex Boscanin. 2014. “Harry and Sally Revisited: The Influence of Spirituality and Education on Sexual Tension in Cross-Sex Friendships in Secular and Christian Universities.” Journal of Research on Christian Education 23 (1): 70–94. doi:10.1080/10656219.2014.882721.
  • Gholami, Reza. 2014. “‘Is This Islamic Enough?’ Intra-Diasporic Secularism and Religious Experience in the Shi’a Iranian Diaspora in London.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 40 (1): 60–78. doi:10.1080/1369183X.2013.782150.
  • Grace, Deborah. 2014. “‘Neither Can They Die Any More; for They Are Equal unto the Angels’: Secular Epiphanies in David Almond’s Counting Stars.” Children’s Literature in Education 45 (2): 116–28. doi:10.1007/s10583-014-9219-x.
  • Guenther, Katja M. 2014. “Bounded by Disbelief: How Atheists in the United States Differentiate Themselves from Religious Believers.” Journal of Contemporary Religion 29 (1): 1–16. doi:10.1080/13537903.2014.864795.
  • Hassall, Christopher, and Ian Bushfield. 2014. “Increasing Diversity in Emerging Non-Religious Communities.” Secularism and Nonreligion 3 (December). doi:10.5334/snr.as.
  • Hotam, Yotam, and Philip Wexler. 2014. “Education in Post-Secular Society.” Critical Studies in Education 55 (1): 1–7. doi:10.1080/17508487.2014.857359.
  • Hout, Michael, and Claude Fischer. 2014. “Explaining Why More Americans Have No Religious Preference: Political Backlash and Generational Succession, 1987-2012.” Sociological Science 1: 423–47. doi:10.15195/v1.a24.
  • Hubble, Cale. 2014. “The Sacred Things of Contemporary Anglophone Atheism: Celebrities, Books and Values.” International Journal for the Study of New Religions 4 (1): 81–112.
  • Huss, Boaz. 2014. “Spirituality: The Emergence of a New Cultural Category and Its Challenge to the Religious and the Secular.” Journal of Contemporary Religion 29 (1): 47–60. doi:10.1080/13537903.2014.864803.
  • Hvidtjørn, Dorte, Jacob Hjelmborg, Axel Skytthe, Kaare Christensen, and Niels Christian Hvidt. 2014. “Religiousness and Religious Coping in a Secular Society: The Gender Perspective.” Journal of Religion and Health 53 (5): 1329–41. doi:10.1007/s10943-013-9724-z.
  • Ingram, David. 2014. “How Secular Should Democracy Be? A Cross-Disciplinary Study of Catholicism and Islam in Promoting Public Reason.” Politics, Religion & Ideology 15 (3): 380–400. doi:10.1080/21567689.2014.948594.
  • Jackson, Bernard S. 2014. “Jurisprudence and Communication: Secular and Religious.” International Journal for the Semiotics of Law – Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique 27 (3): 463–84. doi:10.1007/s11196-013-9348-3.
  • Jacobs, James M., and Philosophy Documentation Center. 2014. “The Practice of Religion in Post-Secular Society:” International Philosophical Quarterly 54 (1): 5–23. doi:10.5840/ipq20141234.
  • Jansen, Yolanda. 2014. Secularism, Assimilation and the Crisis of Multiculturalism. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. http://www.press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/distributed/S/bo18044878.html.
  • Jones, Rhys Dafydd. 2014. “University Challenges: Negotiating Secularism and Religiosity in Higher Education Institutions.” Environment and Planning A 46 (8): 1983–99. doi:10.1068/a46290.
  • Kapur, Ratna. 2014. A Leap of Faith: The Construction of Hindu Majoritarianism in Secular Law. SSRN Scholarly Paper ID 2402555. Rochester, NY: Social Science Research Network. http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract=2402555.
  • Kendrick, Matthew. 2014. “Neostoicism and the Economics of Revenge in Cyril Tourneur’s The Atheist’s Tragedy.” College Literature 2014 (3): 7–26. doi:10.1353/lit.2014.0037.
  • Keysar, Ariela. 2014. “Shifts Along the American Religious-Secular Spectrum.” Secularism and Nonreligion 3 (March): 1. doi:10.5334/snr.am.
  • Kidd, Ian James. 2014. “Emotion, Religious Practice, and Cosmopolitan Secularism.” Religious Studies 50 (02): 139–56. doi:10.1017/S003441251300019X.
  • Kramp, Joseph M. 2014. “God Bless America (2011): Secular Nostalgia and Violence in the Quest for Selfhood and Community.” Pastoral Psychology 63 (2): 243–47. doi:10.1007/s11089-013-0541-9.
  • Kumar, Vikas. 2014. “A Model of State Secularism.” Quality & Quantity 48 (4): 2313–27. doi:10.1007/s11135-013-9893-6.
  • Lackey, Michael. 2014. “Nazi Children, Christian Anti-Semitism, and the New Atheist in William Styron’s Sophie’s Choice.” MFS Modern Fiction Studies 60 (1): 138–64. doi:10.1353/mfs.2014.0007.
  • Lee, Lois. 2014. “Secular or Nonreligious? Investigating and Interpreting Generic ‘not Religious’ Categories and Populations.” Religion 44 (3): 466–82. doi:10.1080/0048721X.2014.904035.
  • Li, Meng. 2014. “Ritual and Social Change: Chinese Rural–Urban Migrant Workers’ Spring Festival Homecoming as Secular Pilgrimage.” Journal of Intercultural Communication Research 43 (2): 113–33. doi:10.1080/17475759.2014.892896.
  • Lobeira, Jiménez, and Pablo Cristóbal. 2014. Veils, Crucifixes and Public Sphere: What Kind of Secularism? Rethinking Neutrality in a Post-Secular Europe. SSRN Scholarly Paper ID 1648711. Rochester, NY: Social Science Research Network. http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract=1648711.
  • Losonczi, Péter. 2014. “Postclassical Liberalism and Emergent Secularism: An Overview, Interpretation, and Criticism of Akeel Bilgrami’s Theory.” Telos 2014 (167): 69–87. doi:10.3817/0614167069.
  • Mack, Burton L. 2014. “A Secular Bible?” Method & Theory in the Study of Religion 26 (2): 183–201. doi:10.1163/15700682-12341268.
  • Maffettone, Sebastiano. 2014. “Why Liberalism Is More Important than Secularism.” Telos 2014 (167): 88–106. doi:10.3817/0614167088.
  • Martin, David. 2014. “Secularization: An International Debate from a British Perspective.” Society 51 (5): 464–71. doi:10.1007/s12115-014-9812-z.
  • Maynard, Elizabeth Ann. 2014. “The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual: Sacred Text for a Secular Community?” Mental Health, Religion & Culture 17 (2): 136–42. doi:10.1080/13674676.2012.762574.
  • May, Samantha, Erin K. Wilson, Claudia Baumgart-Ochse, and Faiz Sheikh. 2014. “The Religious as Political and the Political as Religious: Globalisation, Post-Secularism and the Shifting Boundaries of the Sacred.” Politics, Religion & Ideology 15 (3): 331–46. doi:10.1080/21567689.2014.948526.
  • McCarthy, Rory. 2014. “Re-Thinking Secularism in Post-Independence Tunisia.” The Journal of North African Studies 19 (5): 733–50. doi:10.1080/13629387.2014.917585.
  • McDonald, Zahraa. 2014. “The Potential for Expressing Post-Secular Citizenship Through the Deobandi Doctrine.” Studies in Philosophy and Education 33 (3): 283–302. doi:10.1007/s11217-013-9388-x.
  • Melleuish, Gregory. 2014. “A Secular Australia? Ideas, Politics and the Search for Moral Order in Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Australia.” Journal of Religious History 38 (3): 398–412. doi:10.1111/1467-9809.12076.
  • Molloy, K. Arianna, and Renee Guarriello Heath. 2014. “Bridge Discourses and Organizational Ideologies Managing Spiritual and Secular Communication in a Faith-Based, Nonprofit Organization.” International Journal of Business Communication 51 (4): 386–408. doi:10.1177/2329488414525451.
  • Nadon, Christopher. 2014. “The Secular Basis of the Separation of Church and State: Hobbes, Locke, Montesquieu, and Tocqueville.” Perspectives on Political Science 43 (1): 21–30. doi:10.1080/10457097.2013.852045.
  • Nieminen, Petteri, Anne-Mari Mustonen, and Esko Ryökäs. 2014. “Theological Implications of Young Earth Creationism and Intelligent Design: Emerging Tendencies of Scientism and Agnosticism.” Theology and Science 12 (3): 260–84. doi:10.1080/14746700.2014.927256.
  • Paterson, Robert K. 2014. “Collecting ‘Tribal Art’—Sacred or Secular?.” International Journal of Cultural Property 21 (03): 305–18. doi:10.1017/S0940739114000150.
  • Patnaik, Arun K., and Prithvi Ram Mudiam. 2014. “Indian Secularism, Dialogue and the Ayodhya Dispute.” Religion, State and Society 42 (4): 374–88. doi:10.1080/09637494.2014.983038.
  • Payne, Jennifer Shepard. 2014. “The Influence of Secular and Theological Education on Pastors’ Depression Intervention Decisions.” Journal of Religion and Health 53 (5): 1398–1413. doi:10.1007/s10943-013-9756-4.
  • Pihlaja, Stephen. 2014. “‘Christians’ and ‘bad Christians’: Categorization in Atheist User Talk on YouTube.” Text & Talk 34 (5): 623–39. doi:10.1515/text-2014-0020.
  • Pinn, Agnes Cullen Arnold Professor of Humanities Anthony B. 2014. Writing God’s Obituary: How a Good Methodist Became a Better Atheist. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books.
  • Plunkett, Darryl P. 2014. “The Black Church, Values, and Secular Counseling: Implications for Counselor Education and Practice.” Counseling and Values 59 (2): 208–21. doi:10.1002/j.2161-007X.2014.00052.x.
  • Polka, Brayton. 2014a. “The Single Individual in Kierkegaard: Religious or Secular? Part 1.” The European Legacy 19 (3): 309–22. doi:10.1080/10848770.2014.898928.
  • ———. 2014b. “The Single Individual in Kierkegaard: Religious or Secular? Part 2.” The European Legacy 19 (4): 442–55. doi:10.1080/10848770.2014.919193.
  • Pol, Jasper van de, and Frank van Tubergen. 2014. “Inheritance of Religiosity Among Muslim Immigrants in a Secular Society.” Review of Religious Research 56 (1): 87–106. doi:10.1007/s13644-013-0128-z.
  • Quack, Johannes. 2014. “Outline of a Relational Approach to ‘Nonreligion.’” Method & Theory in the Study of Religion 26 (4-5): 439–69. doi:10.1163/15700682-12341327.
  • Reed, Randall. 2014. “Secularism and Myth.” Method & Theory in the Study of Religion 26 (2): 202–10. doi:10.1163/15700682-12341272.
  • Rummel, Erika. 2014. “Secular Advice in Erasmus’s Sacred Writings.” The European Legacy 19 (1): 16–26. doi:10.1080/10848770.2013.859785.
  • Schaefer, Donovan O. 2014a. “Embodied Disbelief: Poststructural Feminist Atheism.” Hypatia 29 (2): 371–87. doi:10.1111/hypa.12039.
  • ———. 2014b. “Blessed, Precious Mistakes: Deconstruction, Evolution, and New Atheism in America.” International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 76 (1): 75–94. doi:10.1007/s11153-014-9446-5.
  • Schneider, Suzanne. 2014. “The Other Partition: Religious and Secular Education in British Palestine.” Critical Studies in Education 55 (1): 32–43. doi:10.1080/17508487.2014.856804.
  • Schnell, Izhak. 2014. “Moral Judgments of the Israeli West Bank Barrier by Secular Israelis.” GeoJournal 79 (5): 619–33. doi:10.1007/s10708-014-9520-7.
  • Seed, John. 2014. “‘Secular’ and ‘Religious’: Historical Perspectives.” Social History 39 (1): 3–13. doi:10.1080/03071022.2014.886766.
  • Selby, J.A. 2014. “Un/veiling Women?s Bodies : Secularism and Sexuality in Full-Face Veil Prohibitions in France and Qu?bec.” Studies in Religion 43 (3): 439–66.
  • Seo, Yong-Seok. 2014. “What Lies between the Religious and the Secular?: Education beyond the Human.” Journal of Philosophy of Education 48 (1): 86–99. doi:10.1111/1467-9752.12053.
  • Shandilya, Krupa. 2014. “The Sacred and the Secular: Spirituality, Aesthetics, and Politics in Rudyard Kipling’s Kim and Vikram Chandra’s Sacred Games.” MFS Modern Fiction Studies 60 (2): 345–65. doi:10.1353/mfs.2014.0025.
  • Sheard, Matt. 2014. “Ninety-Eight Atheists: Atheism among the Non-Elite in Twentieth Century Britain.” Secularism and Nonreligion 3 (October). doi:10.5334/snr.ar.
  • Skerrett, Allison. 2014. “Religious Literacies in a Secular Literacy Classroom.” Reading Research Quarterly 49 (2): 233–50. doi:10.1002/rrq.65.
  • Smolkin-Rothrock, Victoria. 2014. “The Ticket to the Soviet Soul: Science, Religion, and the Spiritual Crisis of Late Soviet Atheism.” The Russian Review 73 (2): 171–97. doi:10.1111/russ.10726.
  • Smolkin-Rothrock, Victoria, Nikolai Semenovich Gordienko, Susanne Fusso, and Victoria Smolkin-Rothrock. 2014. “‘The Confession of an Atheist Who Became a Scholar of Religion’: Nikolai Semenovich Gordienko’s Last Interview.” Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History 15 (3): 597–620. doi:10.1353/kri.2014.0035.
  • Stephens, Julia. 2014. “The Politics of Muslim Rage: Secular Law and Religious Sentiment in Late Colonial India.” History Workshop Journal 77 (1): 45–64. doi:10.1093/hwj/dbt032.
  • Taplin, Margaret. 2014. “A Model for Integrating Spiritual Education into Secular Curricula.” International Journal of Children’s Spirituality 19 (1): 4–16. doi:10.1080/1364436X.2013.873860.
  • Tareen, Sherali K. 2014. “ISLAM, DEMOCRACY, AND THE LIMITS OF SECULAR CONCEPTUALITY.” Journal of Law and Religion 29 (01): 206–22. doi:10.1017/jlr.2013.17.
  • Tas, Hakki. 2014. “Melodies of Resistance: Islamist Music in Secular Turkey.” Social Compass 61 (3): 368–83. doi:10.1177/0037768614535705.
  • Thomassen, Bjørn. 2014. “Debating Modernity as Secular Religion: Hans Kelsen’s Futile Exchange with Eric Voegelin.” History and Theory 53 (3): 435–50. doi:10.1111/hith.10723.
  • Tichenor, Kimba Allie. 2014. “Protecting Unborn Life in the Secular Age: The Catholic Church and the West German Abortion Debate, 1969–1989.” Central European History 47 (03): 612–45. doi:10.1017/S0008938914001666.
  • Tyulenev, Sergey. 2014. “Strategies of Translating Sexualities as Part of the Secularization of Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century Russia.” Comparative Literature Studies 51 (2): 253–76.
  • Vanderstraeten, Raf. 2014. “Religious Activism in a Secular World: The Rise and Fall of the Teaching Congregations of the Catholic Church.” Paedagogica Historica 50 (4): 494–513. doi:10.1080/00309230.2014.904913.
  • Van Impe, Stijn. 2014. “Kant’s Moral Theism and Moral Despair Argument Against Atheism.” The Heythrop Journal 55 (5): 757–68. doi:10.1111/j.1468-2265.2010.00656.x.
  • Wang, Lili, and Femida Handy. 2014. “Religious and Secular Voluntary Participation by Immigrants in Canada: How Trust and Social Networks Affect Decision to Participate.” VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 25 (6): 1559–82. doi:10.1007/s11266-013-9428-8.
  • Ward, Graham. 2014. “The Myth of Secularism.” Telos 2014 (167): 162–79. doi:10.3817/0614167162.
  • Ward, Kevin. 2014. “The Spiritual in the Secular: Missionaries and Knowledge about Africa.” Journal of Contemporary Religion 29 (1): 164–66. doi:10.1080/13537903.2014.864830.
  • Wariavwalla, Bharat. 2014. “State, Secularism and Democracy.” Strategic Analysis 38 (3): 289–92. doi:10.1080/09700161.2014.895233.
  • Weidner, Daniel. 2014. “The Rhetoric of Secularization.” New German Critique 41 (1 121): 1–31. doi:10.1215/0094033X-2398624.
  • White, John. 2014. “The Secular and the Religious: Is There Nothing Between Them? A Reply to Yong-Seok Seo.” Journal of Philosophy of Education 48 (4): 533–38. doi:10.1111/1467-9752.12117.
  • Wit, Theo W. A. de. 2014. “Laïcité: French Secularism and the Turn to a Postsecular Society.” Telos 2014 (167): 143–61. doi:10.3817/0614167143.
  • Zutshi, Chitralekha. 2014. “Kavita Saraswathi Datla. The Language of Secular Islam: Urdu Nationalism and Colonial India.” The American Historical Review 119 (1): 163–64. doi:10.1093/ahr/119.1.163.

2013

  • Abdullah, Walid Jumblatt. 2013. “Religious Representation in Secular Singapore: A Case Study of MUIS and Pergas.” Asian Survey 53 (6): 1182–1204. doi:10.1525/as.2013.53.6.1182.
  • Adamson, Walter Luiz. 2013. “Gramsci, Catholicism and Secular Religion.” Politics, Religion & Ideology 14 (4): 468–84. doi:10.1080/21567689.2013.829047.
  • Adamson, W.L. 2013. “Giovanni Papini : Nietzsche, Secular Religion, and Catholic Fascism.” Politics Religion and Ideology 14 (1): 1–20.
  • Adcock, C. S. 2013. The Limits of Tolerance: Indian Secularism and the Politics of Religious Freedom. OUP USA.
  • Ahmed, Hilal. 2013. “Secularising the ‘Secular.’” Economic and Political Weekly 48 (50): 71–78.
  • Ardley, B., and R. Voase. 2013. “Magna Carta : Repositioning the Secular as `sacred’.” International Journal of Heritage Studies 19 (4): 341–52.
  • Aristodemou, M. 2013. “Democracy or Your Life! Knowledge, Ignorance and the Politics of Atheism in Saramago’s Blindness and Seeing.” Law Culture and the Humanities 9 (1): 169–87.
  • Aroney, Nicholas. 2013. “Divine Law, Religious Ethics, Secular Reason.” Political Theology 14 (5): 670–85. doi:10.1179/1462317X13Z.00000000044.
  • Balcomb, Anthony. 2013. “Theology, the Enchanted Universe, and Development – Reflections around a Zambian Case Study in the Light of Charles Taylor’s A Secular Age.” Scriptura 112 (0): 1–12. doi:10.7833/112-0-40.
  • Bar-El, R., T. García-Muñoz, S. Neuman, and Y. Tobol. 2013. “The Evolution of Secularization : Cultural Transmission, Religion and Fertility—theory, Simulations and Evidence.” Journal of Population Economics 26 (3): 1129–74.
  • Baskan, B. 2013. “Overcoming the Secular Suspicion? State Secularity and Its Impact on Societal Relations in Turkey and Egypt.” Arab Studies Quarterly 35 (2): 165–83.
  • Becker, S.O., and L. Woessmann. 2013. “Not the Opium of the People : Income and Secularization in a Panel of Prussian Counties.” American Economic Review 103 (3): 539–44.
  • Bekke-Hansen, Sidsel, Christina G. Pedersen, Kristian Thygesen, Søren Christensen, Lynn C. Waelde, and Robert Zachariae. 2013. “The Role of Religious Faith, Spirituality and Existential Considerations among Heart Patients in a Secular Society: Relation to Depressive Symptoms 6 Months Post Acute Coronary Syndrome.” Journal of Health Psychology 19 (6): 740–53. doi:10.1177/1359105313479625.
  • Bender, Kimlyn J. 2013. “Karl Barth and the Question of Atheism.” Theology Today 70 (3): 269–80. doi:10.1177/0040573613495227.
  • Ben-Porat, Guy. 2013a. “Are We There Yet? Religion, Secularization and Liberal Democracy in Israel.” Mediterranean Politics 18 (2): 242–58. doi:10.1080/13629395.2013.799343.
  • ———. 2013b. Between State and Synagogue: The Secularization of Contemporary Israel. Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Ben-Porat, Guy, and Yariv Feniger. 2013. “Unpacking Secularization: Structural Changes, Individual Choices and Ethnic Paths.” Ethnicities, April, 91–112. doi:10.1177/1468796813483443.
  • Berlinerblau, Jacques. 2013. How to Be Secular: A Call to Arms for Religious Freedom. Reprint edition. Boston: Mariner Books.
  • Beyer, Peter. 2013. “Questioning the Secular/religious Divide in a Post-Westphalian World.” International Sociology 28 (6): 663–79. doi:10.1177/0268580913507070.
  • Bhargava, Rajeev. 2013. “Reimagining Secularism.” Economic and Political Weekly 48 (50): 79–92.
  • Bhatia, Mohita. 2013. “Secularism and Secularisation.” Economic and Political Weekly 48 (50): 103–10.
  • Bilgin, P. 2013. “Civilisation, Dialogue, Security : The Challenge of Post-Secularism and the Limits of Civilisational Dialogue.” Review of International Studies 38 (5): 1099–1115.
  • Bilimoria, Purushottama. 2013. “The Politics of Secularization and Its Moral Discontents/disenchantments.” Journal of Dharma 38 (3): 231–52.
  • Bishop, R.C., and J. Carr. 2013. “In Bondage to Reason : Evidentialist Atheism and Its Assumptions.” Christian Scholars Review 42 (3): 221–44.
  • Bogdanić, Aleksandar. 2013. “Secularizing the Ideology of Nationalism and Nationalizing the Ideology of Secularism: A Refeudalization of Discourse in Bosnia and Herzegovina.” Social Identities 20 (1): 5–21. doi:10.1080/13504630.2013.864463.
  • Bondi, Liz. 2013. “Between Christianity and Secularity: Counselling and Psychotherapy Provision in Scotland.” Social & Cultural Geography 14 (6): 668–88. doi:10.1080/14649365.2013.802369.
  • Bonney, Norman. 2013. “Towards a Free Market in Religion.” The Political Quarterly, n/a – n/a. doi:10.1111/j.1467-923X.2013.12011.x.
  • Brierley, Joe, Jim Linthicum, and Andy Petros. 2013. “Should Religious Beliefs Be Allowed to Stonewall a Secular Approach to Withdrawing and Withholding Treatment in Children?” Journal of Medical Ethics 39 (9): 573–77. doi:10.1136/medethics-2011-100104.
  • Bruce, Steve. 2013. “Post-Secularity and Religion in Britain: An Empirical Assessment.” Journal of Contemporary Religion 28 (3): 369–84. doi:10.1080/13537903.2013.831642.
  • Bullivant, Stephen, and Michael Ruse, eds. 2013. The Oxford Handbook of Atheism. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  • Büssing, Arndt, Annina Janko, Klaus Baumann, Niels Christian Hvidt, and Andreas Kopf. 2013. “Spiritual Needs among Patients with Chronic Pain Diseases and Cancer Living in a Secular Society.” Pain Medicine (Malden, Mass.) 14 (9): 1362–73. doi:10.1111/pme.12198.
  • Byrne, C. 2013. “Free, Compulsory and (Not) Secular- : The Failed Idea in Australian Education*.” Journal of Religious History 37 (1): 20–38.
  • Cassedy, Steven. 2013. “Where’s the Joy in Secularism?” The European Legacy 18 (3): 345–57. doi:10.1080/10848770.2013.772893.
  • Catto, Rebecca, and Janet Eccles. 2013. “(Dis)Believing and Belonging: Investigating the Narratives of Young British Atheists.” Temenos 49 (1): 37–63.
  • Caudill, D.S. 2013. “Boundary Work : Transcendence and Authoriality in Religious and Secular Law.” International Journal for the Semiotics of Law 26 (1): 149–61.
  • Cerella, A. 2013. “Religion and Political Form : Carl Schmitt’s Genealogy of Politics as Critique of Jurgen Habermas’s Post-Secular Discourse.” Review of International Studies 38 (5): 975–94.
  • Cevik, Salim, and Hakki Tas. 2013. “In Between Democracy and Secularism: The Case of Turkish Civil Society.” Middle East Critique 22 (2): 129–47. doi:10.1080/19436149.2013.783534.
  • Coleman, Peter, Daniela Koleva, and Joanna Bornat. 2013. Ageing, Ritual and Social Change. New edition edition. Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT: Ashgate.
  • Colledge, R.J. 2013. “Secular Spirituality and the Hermeneutics of Ontological Gratitude.” Sophia 52 (1): 27–43.
  • Cragun, Ryan T. 2013. What You Don’t Know About Religion. Durham, North Carolina: Pitchstone Publishing.
  • Cush, Denise. 2013. “Editorial : Challenging the Religious/secular Divide.” British Journal of Religious Education 35 (2): 121–24.
  • Dallmayr, F. 2013. “Post-Secularity and (global) Politics : A Need for Radical Redefinition.” Review of International Studies 38 (5): 963–73.
  • Das Acevedo, D. 2013. “Secularism in the Indian Context.” Law and Social Inquiry 38 (1): 138–67.
  • Davis, Margot Trotter. 2013. “Religious and Non-Religious Components in Substance Abuse Treatment: A Comparative Analysis of Faith-Based and Secular Interventions.” Journal of Social Work 14 (3): 243–59. doi:10.1177/1468017313476589.
  • Day, Abby, Giselle Vincett, and Christopher R. Cotter, eds. 2013. Social Identities between the Sacred and the Secular. Farnham: Ashgate.
  • Debs, Mira. 2013. “Using Cultural Trauma: Gandhi’s Assassination, Partition and Secular Nationalism in Post-Independence India.” Nations and Nationalism 19 (4): 635–53. doi:10.1111/nana.12038.
  • Dhawan, N. 2013. “The Empire Prays Back : Religion, Secularity, and Queer Critique.” Boundary 2 40 (1): 191–222.
  • Didyoung, Justin, Eric Charles, and Nicholas James Rowland. 2013. “Non-Theists Are No Less Moral Than Theists: Some Preliminary Results.” Secularism and Nonreligion 2 (March): 1. doi:10.5334/snr.ai.
  • Duncan, C. 2013. “Religion and Secular Utility : Happiness, Truth, and Pragmatic Arguments for Theistic Belief.” Philosophy Compass 8 (4): 381–99.
  • Eberstadt, Mary. 2013. How the West Really Lost God: A New Theory of Secularization. West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania: Templeton Foundation Press.
  • Eggert, Marion, and Lucian Hischer, eds. 2013. Religion and Secularity: Transformations and Transfers of Religious Discourses in Europe and Asia. Leiden: Brill.
  • Fadil, Nadia. 2013. “Performing the Salat [Islamic Prayers] at Work: Secular and Pious Muslims Negotiating the Contours of the Public in Belgium.” Ethnicities 13 (6): 729–50. doi:10.1177/1468796812471129.
  • Feser, Edward. 2013. “The New Atheists and the Cosmological Argument.” Midwest Studies In Philosophy 37 (1): 154–77. doi:10.1111/misp.12000.
  • Field, C.D. 2013. “Gradualist or Revolutionary Secularization? A Case Study of Religious Belonging in Inter-War Britain, 1918-1939.” Church History and Religious Culture 93 (1): 57–96.
  • Fisher-Høyrem, Stefan. 2013a. “Charles Taylor and Political Religion: Overlapping Concerns and Points of Tension.” Religion Compass 7 (8): 326–37. doi:10.1111/rec3.12055.
  • ———. 2013b. “Charles Taylor and Political Religion: Overlapping Concerns and Points of Tension.” Religion Compass 7 (8): 326–37. doi:10.1111/rec3.12055.
  • ———. 2013c. “Charles Taylor and Political Religion: Overlapping Concerns and Points of Tension.” Religion Compass 7 (8): 326–37. doi:10.1111/rec3.12055.
  • Fonza, A. 2013. “Black Women, Atheist Activism, and Human Rights.” Cross Currents 63 (2): 185–97.
  • Forbes, K.F., and E.M. Zampelli. 2013. “The Impacts of Religion, Political Ideology, and Social Capital on Religious and Secular Giving : Evidence from the 2006 Social Capital Community Survey.” Applied Economics 45 (17): 2481–90.
  • Fountain, Philip. 2013. “Toward a Post-Secular Anthropology.” The Australian Journal of Anthropology 24 (3): 310–28. doi:10.1111/taja.12053.
  • Francis, L.J., A. Brockett, and A. Village. 2013. “Measuring Attitude toward Theistic Faith : Assessing the Astley-Francis Scale among Christian, Muslim and Secular Youth in England.” Research in Education, no. 89: 70–81.
  • Franke, William. 2013. “DANTE AND THE SECULARIZATION OF RELIGION THROUGH LITERATURE.” Religion & Literature 45 (1). http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&cpsidt=28482046.
  • Fumerton, Richard. 2013. “Epistemic Toleration and the New Atheism.” Midwest Studies In Philosophy 37 (1): 97–108. doi:10.1111/misp.12001.
  • Galman, Sally Campbell. 2013. “Un/Covering: Female Religious Converts Learning the Problems and Pragmatics of Physical Observance in the Secular World.” Anthropology & Education Quarterly 44 (4): 423–41. doi:10.1111/aeq.12040.
  • Gardiner, Dale, Paul Murphy, Alex Manara, Noam Stadlan, Paul Shore, and Asim Shah. 2013. “A Brief Response to Religious and Secular Death: A Parting of the Ways.” Bioethics 27 (7): 409–409. doi:10.1111/bioe.12024.
  • Gearon, L. 2013. “The King James Bible and the Politics of Religious Education : Secular State and Sacred Scripture.” Religious Education 108 (1): 9–27.
  • Ghamari-Tabrizi, Behrooz. 2013. “Women’s Rights, Shari‘a Law, and the Secularization of Islam in Iran.” International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society 26 (3): 237–53. doi:10.1007/s10767-013-9143-x.
  • Ghatak, Saran, and Andrew Stuart Abel. 2013. “Power/Faith: Governmentality, Religion, and Post-Secular Societies.” International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society 26 (3): 217–35. doi:10.1007/s10767-013-9141-z.
  • Goodman, Daniel Ross. 2013. “Sacred Scriptures, Secular Interpretations: The Bible as an Anthology of Philosophy, Psychology, Literature, and Religion.” Religious Studies Review 39 (4): 223–32. doi:10.1111/rsr.12070.
  • Gordon, P.E. 2013. “Between Christian Democracy and Critical Theory : Habermas, Bockenforde, and the Dialectics of Secularization in Postwar Germany.” Social Research 80 (1): 173–202.
  • Graham, Elaine. 2013. Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Public Theology in a Post-Secular Age. SCM Press.
  • Gutting, Gary. 2013. “Religious Agnosticism.” Midwest Studies In Philosophy 37 (1): 51–67. doi:10.1111/misp.12002.
  • Hammer, Espen. 2013. “Hegel as a Theorist of Secularization.” Hegel Bulletin 34 (02): 223–44. doi:10.1017/hgl.2013.13.
  • Harding, Tobias. 2013. “Faith-Based Organizations and the Secular State: The Establishment of a Muslim Study Association in Sweden.” Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 33 (3): 341–55. doi:10.1080/13602004.2013.863077.
  • Harris, Anne F. 2013. “‘Medieval Belief and Modern Secularity: Teaching the Middle Ages to Contemporary College Students.’” Literature Compass 10 (12): 895–99. doi:10.1111/lic3.12083.
  • Hart, William David. 2013. “‘One Percenters’: Black Atheists, Secular Humanists, and Naturalists.” South Atlantic Quarterly 112 (4): 675–96. doi:10.1215/00382876-2345234.
  • Haugbolle, Sune. 2013. “Social Boundaries and Secularism in the Lebanese Left.” Mediterranean Politics 18 (3): 427–43. doi:10.1080/13629395.2013.834567.
  • Hay, D. Alastair. 2013. “An Investigation into the Swiftness and Intensity of Recent Secularization in Canada: Was Berger Right?” Sociology of Religion 75 (1): 136–62. doi:10.1093/socrel/srt055.
  • Haynes, Jeffrey, and Guy Ben-Porat. 2013. “Religion, Secularization and Democracy in the Mediterranean Region: Problems and Prospects.” Mediterranean Politics 18 (2): 153–69. doi:10.1080/13629395.2013.799322.
  • Hazran, Y. 2013. “Re-Confessionalising the Shi’ites and the Druzes : The Failure of Secularism in Lebanon.” British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 40 (2): 162–82.
  • Hien, Josef. 2013. “Unsecular Politics in a Secular Environment: The Case of Germany’s Christian Democratic Union Family Policy.” German Politics 22 (4): 441–60. doi:10.1080/09644008.2013.853041.
  • Hirschle, J. 2013. “Secularization of Consciousness- or Alternative Opportunities? The Impact of Economic Growth on Religious Belief and Practice in 13 European Countries.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 52 (2): 410–24.
  • Hurd, Elizabeth Shakman. 2013. “International Politics after Secularism.” Review of International Studies 38 (5): 943–61.
  • Hutchinson, Mark Peter. 2013. “A Presence in the West: Religious Contributions to the Secular Ideology of an Australian University.” Journal of Religious History 37 (3): 391–409. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9809.2013.01238.x.
  • Hvidtjorn, D., I. Petersen, J. Hjelmborg, A. Skytthe, K. Christensen, and N.C. Hvidt. 2013. “Familial Resemblance in Religiousness in a Secular Society : A Twin Study.” Twin Research and Human Genetics 16 (2): 544–53.
  • Hyland, Terry. 2013. “Buddhist Practice and Educational Endeavour: In Search of a Secular Spirituality for State-Funded Education in England.” Ethics and Education 8 (3): 241–52. doi:10.1080/17449642.2013.876791.
  • Ignazi, Piero, and E. Spencer Wellhofer. 2013. “Votes and Votive Candles Modernization, Secularization, Vatican II, and the Decline of Religious Voting in Italy: 1953–1992.” Comparative Political Studies 46 (1): 31–62. doi:10.1177/0010414012453030.
  • Iqtidar, Humeira, and Tanika Sarkar. 2013. “Reassessing Secularism and Secularisation in South Asia.” Economic and Political Weekly 48 (50): 38–41.
  • Jacoby, Susan. 2013. The Great Agnostic: Robert Ingersoll and American Freethought. New Haven: Yale University Press.
  • Jansen, H. 2013. “The Location of Religion in Bruce Springsteen’s Wrecking Ball : Common Ground Prior to “Religious’’ and “Secular’’.” Studies in Interreligious Dialogue 23 (1): 73–89.
  • Johnson, M.C. 2013. “Questioning French Secularism : Gender Politics and Islam in a Parisian Suburb by Jennifer A. Selby.” American Ethnologist 40 (1): 234–36.
  • Jouili, Jeanette S. 2013. “Rapping the Republic: Utopia, Critique, and Muslim Role Models in Secular France.” French Politics, Culture & Society 31 (2): 58–80. doi:10.3167/fpcs.2013.310204.
  • Kapchan, Deborah. 2013. “The Aesthetics of the Invisible: Sacred Music in Secular (French) Places.” TDR/The Drama Review 57 (3): 132–47. doi:10.1162/DRAM_a_00283.
  • Karolis, Alexander C. 2013. “Sense in Competing Narratives of Secularization: Charles Taylor and Jean-Luc Nancy.” Sophia 52 (4): 673–94. doi:10.1007/s11841-013-0360-6.
  • Kaviraj, Sudipta. 2013. “Languages of Secularity.” Economic and Political Weekly 48 (50): 93–102.
  • Kemp, R. 2013. “Desiderata for a Viable Secular Humanism.” Journal of Applied Philosophy 30 (2): 176–86.
  • Kesgin, B. 2013. “Leadership Traits of Turkey’s Islamist and Secular `Prime Ministers.” Turkish Studies 14 (1): 136–57.
  • Ketola, M. 2013. “Turkish Politics and the Rise of the AKP : Secularism and Muslim Democracy in Turkey.” British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 40 (2): 208–10.
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  • Kidd, Ian James. 2013. “A Phenomenological Challenge to ‘enlightened Secularism.’” Religious Studies 49 (03): 377–98. doi:10.1017/S0034412512000327.
  • Kim, Y.I., and W.B. Wilcox. 2013. “Bonding Alone : Familism, Religion, and Secular Civic Participation.” Social Science Research 42 (1): 31–45.
  • Kong, Lily. 2013. “Balancing Spirituality and Secularism, Globalism and Nationalism: The Geographies of Identity, Integration and Citizenship in Schools.” Journal of Cultural Geography 30 (3): 276–307. doi:10.1080/08873631.2013.834120.
  • Kors, A.C. 2013. “An Uneasy Relationship : Atheism and Scepticism in the Late French Enlightenment.” International Archives of the History of Ideas 210: 221–30.
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  • Penelhum, T. 2013. “Religion after Atheism.” Religious Studies 49: 249–55.
  • Pigliucci, Massimo. 2013. “New Atheism and the Scientistic Turn in the Atheism Movement.” Midwest Studies In Philosophy 37 (1): 142–53. doi:10.1111/misp.12006.
  • Price, C. 2013. “Tokens of Renewal : The Picture Postcard as a Secular Relic of Re-Creation and Recreation.” Culture and Religion 14 (1): 111–30.
  • Qadir, A. 2013. “Between Secularism/s : Islam and the Institutionalisation of Modern Higher Education in Mid-Nineteenth Century British India.” British Journal of Religious Education 35 (2): 125–39.
  • Rafudeen, A. 2013. “Asad on the Secular : Implications for South Africa’s Muslim Marriages Bill Debate.” American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences 30 (1): 1–21.
  • Randell-Moon, H. 2013. “The Secular Contract : Sovereignty, Secularism and Law in Australia.” Social Semiotics 23 (3): 352–67.
  • Rectenwald, M. 2013. “Secularism and the Cultures of Nineteenth-Century Scientific Naturalism.” British Journal for the History of Science 46 (2): 231–54.
  • Rectenwald, Michael. 2013. “Secularism.” In George Eliot in Context, edited by Margaret Harris, 271–78. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Requena, Miguel, and Mikolaj Stanek. 2013. “Secularization in Poland and Spain after the Democratic Transition: A Cohort Analysis.” International Sociology 28 (1): 84–101. doi:10.1177/0268580912466551.
  • Rivetti, P. 2013. “Democracy and Secularism in Iran : Lessons for the Arab Spring?” Mediterranean Politics 18 (1): 125–32.
  • Rothstein, Bo, and Rasmus Broms. 2013. “Governing Religion: The Long-Term Effects of Sacred Financing.” Journal of Institutional Economics 9 (04): 469–90. doi:10.1017/S1744137413000271.
  • Roy, O. 2013. “Secularism and Islam : The Theological Predicament.” International Spectator 48 (1): 5–19.
  • Salvatore, A. 2013. “Islam and the Quest for a European Secular Identity : From Sovereignty through Solidarity to Immunity.” Politics Religion and Ideology 14 (2): 253–64.
  • Schulzke, M. 2013. “New Atheism and Moral Theory.” Journal of Global Ethics 9 (1): 65–75.
  • Shor, E., and D.J. Roelfs. 2013. “The Longevity Effects of Religious and Nonreligious Participation : A Meta-Analysis and Meta-Regression.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 52 (1): 120–45.
  • Slominski, Kristy L. 2013. “Religion and Public Life.” NSRN Online | Nonreligion and Secularity Research Network. http://nsrn.net/religion-and-public-life/.
  • Smith, Jesse M. 2013. “Comment: Conceptualizing Atheist Identity: Expanding Questions, Constructing Models, and Moving Forward.” Sociology of Religion 74 (4): 454–63. doi:10.1093/socrel/srt052.
  • Smith, M., and P. Marden. 2013. “Capturing the Religious Spirit : A Challenge for the Secular State.” Journal of Church and State 55 (1): 23–49.
  • Smith, S.D. 2013. “Religious Symbols and Secular Government.” Israel Law Review 46 (2): 193–205.
  • Soni, R.S>. 2013. “In the Letter of Mere Reason : Rethinking the Universal Secular Intellectual with Immanuel Kant, Jacques Derrida and Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak.” Culture and Religion 14 (2): 146–79.
  • Stinson, Rebecca D., Kathleen M. Goodman, Charles Bermingham, and Saba R. Ali. 2013. “Do Atheism and Feminism Go Hand-in-Hand?: A Qualitative Investigation of Atheist Men’s Perspectives about Gender Equality.” Secularism and Nonreligion 2 (April): 39. doi:10.5334/snr.ak.
  • Storm, Ingrid. 2013. “‘Christianity Is Not Just about Religion’: Religious and National Identities in a Northern English Town.” Secularism and Nonreligion 2 (April): 21. doi:10.5334/snr.aj.
  • Stuckrad, Kocku von. 2013. “Secular Religion: A Discourse-Historical Approach to Religion in Contemporary Western Europe.” Journal of Contemporary Religion 28 (1): 1–14.
  • Tayshete, N. 2013. “Religion without God : Philosophical Misconceptions in the European Court of Human Rights’ Evolution of a “right to Practice and Preach Atheism’’.” European Human Rights Law Review, no. 4: 412–18.
  • Thibault, Hélène. 2013. “The Secular and the Religious in Tajikistan: Contested Political Spaces.” Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses, March, 0008429813479297. doi:10.1177/0008429813479297.
  • Thiem, A. 2013. “Beyond Bad Conscience: Marcuse and Affects of Religion After Secularism.” Telos 2013 (165): 23–48.
  • Thomas, Jeremy N. 2013. “Outsourcing Moral Authority: The Internal Secularization of Evangelicals’ Anti-Pornography Narratives.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 52 (3): 457–75. doi:10.1111/jssr.12052.
  • Tse, Justin K. H. 2013. “Grounded Theologies ‘Religion’ and the ‘secular’ in Human Geography.” Progress in Human Geography 38 (3): 201–20. doi:10.1177/0309132512475105.
  • Vanheeswijck, Guido. 2013. “Charles Taylor’s Dilemmas: A Sequel to A Secular Age.” The Heythrop Journal 54 (3): 435–39. doi:10.1111/j.1468-2265.2012.00789.x.
  • Voloder, L. 2013. “Secular Citizenship and Muslim Belonging in Turkey : Migrant Perspectives.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 36 (5): 838–56.
  • Waal, Frans de. 2013. The Bonobo and the Atheist: In Search of Humanism Among the Primates. 1 edition. W. W. Norton & Company.
  • Walton, J.F. 2013. “Confessional Pluralism and the Civil Society Effect : Liberal Mediations of Islam and Secularism in Contemporary Turkey.” American Ethnologist 40 (1): 182–200.
  • Wanner, Catherine, ed. 2013. State Secularism and Lived Religion in Soviet Russia and Ukraine. OUP USA.
  • Warner, Rob. 2013. “Re-Imagining a Christian University in a Secular Age.” Journal of Beliefs & Values 34 (3): 347–58. doi:10.1080/13617672.2013.828956.
  • Wasserman, S., A. Weisman, and G. Suro. 2013. “Nonreligious Coping and Religious Coping as Predictors of Expressed Emotion in Relatives of Patients with Schizophrenia.” Mental Health, Religion & Culture 16 (1): 16–30.
  • Watson, J.E. 2013. “Post-Secular Schooling : Freedom through Faith or Diversity in Community.” Cambridge Journal of Education 43 (2): 147–62.
  • White, A.C>. 2013. “In Sympathy and Imagination : The Theological Import of Paul Ricoeur’s Agnosticism.” Literature and Theology 27 (2): 183–95.
  • Wilson, Erin K., and Manfred B. Steger. 2013. “Religious Globalisms in the Post-Secular Age.” Globalizations 10 (3): 481–95. doi:10.1080/14747731.2013.787774.
  • Wilson, J. 2013. “The Secular Visionaries : Aestheticism and New Zealand Short Fiction in the Twentieth Century.” Journal of Postcolonial Writing 49 (1): 116–18.
  • Wong, Cora Un In, Chris Ryan, and Alison McIntosh. 2013. “The Monasteries of Putuoshan, China: Sites of Secular or Religious Tourism?” Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing 30 (6): 577–94. doi:10.1080/10548408.2013.810996.
  • Yovel, Y. 2013. “Spinoza on History and Its Secularization.” Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 34 (1): 97–110.
  • Zachariae, Robert, Heidi Frølund Pedersen, Kenneth I. Pargament, and Christina G. Pedersen. 2013. “Coping Without Religion? Religious Coping, Quality of Life, and Existential Well-Being among Lung Disease Patients and Matched Controls in a Secular Society.” In Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion, edited by Ralph L. Piedmont and Andrew Village, 163–92. Brill Academic Publishers. http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/books/b9789004252073_008.
  • Zeghal, M. 2013. “Competing Ways of Life : Islamism, Secularism, and Public Order in the Tunisian Transition.” Constellations 20 (2): 254–74.

2012

  • Agar, Jolyon. 2012. Post-Secularism, Realism and Transcendence: Explorations of the Utopian Content of the Religious Condition (Hardback) – Routledge. London: Routledge. http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415691802/.
  • Aldridge, D. 2012. “The Atheist’s Creed.” British Journal of Religious Education 34 (1): 105–8.
  • Alicino, F. 2012. “Western Secularism in an Age of Religious Diversity.” International Review of Sociology 22 (2): 305–22.
  • Ardic, Nurullah. 2012. Islam and the Politics of Secularism: The Caliphate and Middle Eastern Modernization in the Early 20th Century. New York: Routledge. http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415671668/.
  • Bainbridge, William  Sims. 2012. “Atheism and Social Cognition.” Religion, Brain & Behavior 2 (1): 23–25. doi:10.1080/2153599X.2012.668396.
  • Baker, Joseph O’Brian. 2012. “Perceptions of Science and American Secularism.” Sociological Perspectives 55 (1): 167–88.
  • Baker, Matthew J., and Mandy Robbins. 2012. “American on-Line Atheists and Psychological Type.” Mental Health, Religion & Culture 15 (10): 1077–84. doi:10.1080/13674676.2012.707433.
  • 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, 169–90. Santa Fe; School for Advanced Research Press.
  • Barre, E.A. 2012. “Muslim Imaginaries and Imaginary Muslims : Placing Islam in Conversation with A Secular Age.” Journal of Religious Ethics 40 (1): 138–48.
  • Beckford, James A. 2012. “SSSR Presidential Address Public Religions and the Postsecular: Critical Reflections.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 51 (1): 1–19. doi:10.1111/j.1468-5906.2011.01625.x.
  • Been, Wouter de. 2012. “Continuity or Regime Change in the Netherlands: Consociationalism in a Deterritorialized and Post-Secular World.” Ethnicities 12 (5): 531–55. doi:10.1177/1468796811434914.
  • Beit-Hallahmi, Benjamin. 2012. “Studying Atheism and the Psychology of Religiosity.” Religion, Brain & Behavior 2 (1): 25–27. doi:10.1080/2153599X.2012.668397.
  • Bekke-Hansen, S., C.G. Pedersen, K. Thygesen, S. Christensen, L.C. Waelde, and R. Zachariae. 2012. “Faith and Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine among Heart Attack Patients in a Secular Society.” Complementary Therapies in Medicine 20 (5): 306–15.
  • Bell, M. 2012. “Spectres of False Divinity – Hume’s Moral Atheism.” British Journal for the History of Philosophy 20 (1): 198–204.
  • Bender, Courtney, and Ann Taves, eds. 2012. What Matters?: Ethnographies of Value in a Not So Secular Age. New York: Columbia University Press.
  • 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): 109–29.
  • Bilgrami, A. 2012. “Secularism : Its Content and Context.” Economic and Political Weekly 47 (4): 89–100.
  • Boeve, L. 2012. “Religious Education in a Post-Secular and Post-Christian Context.” Journal of Beliefs and Values 33 (2): 143–56.
  • Bonney, Norman. 2012a. “Some Constitutional Issues Concerning the Installation of the Monarch.” British Politics 7 (2): 163–82.
  • ———. 2012b. “Proportional Prayers: Time for Reflection in the Scottish Parliament.” Parliamentary Affairs.
  • ———. 2012c. “Established Religion, Parliamentary Devolution and New State Religion in the United Kingdom.” Parliamentary Affairs.
  • ———. 2012d. “Scottish Independence, State Religion and the Monarchy.” Political Quarterly 83 (2): 360–67.
  • Bordovitsyna. 2012. “The Effect of Secular Resonances on the Long-Term Orbital Evolution of Uncontrollable Objects on Satellite Radio Navigation Systems in the MEO Region.” SOLAR SYSTEM RESEARCH C/C OF ASTRONOMICHESKII VESTNIK 46 (5): 329–40.
  • Boucher-Rivalain, Odile. 2012. “Harriet Martineau (1802–1876), from Unitarianism to Agnosticism.” Cahiers Victoriens et Édouardiens, no. 76 Automne (October): 27–43. doi:10.4000/cve.520.
  • Bowie, B. 2012. “Human Rights Education and the Post Secular Turn.” Journal of Beliefs and Values 33 (2): 195–205.
  • Bowie, B., A. Peterson, and L. Revell. 2012. “Editorial : Post-Secular Trends: Issues in Education and Faith.” Journal of Beliefs and Values 33 (2): 139–41.
  • Braun, Claude M. J. 2012. “Explaining Global Secularity: Existential Security or Education?” Secularism and Nonreligion 1 (November): 68. doi:10.5334/snr.ae.
  • Brissett, W. 2012. “Jonathan Edwards, Continuity, and Secularism.” Early American Literature 47 (1): 171–82.
  • Bronk, A. 2012. “Secular, Secularization, and Secularism. A Review Article.” Anthropos 107 (2): 578–82.
  • Brown, Callum G. 2012a. “`The Unholy Mrs Knight’ and the BBC : Secular Humanism and the Threat to the `Christian Nation’, c.1945-60.” English Historical Review 127 (525): 345–76.
  • Brown, Callum G. 2012b. “Podcast: The People of No Religion.” The Religious Studies Project. December 19. http://www.religiousstudiesproject.com/brown/.
  • Bryan, H. 2012. “Reconstructing the Teacher as a Post Secular Pedagogue : A Consideration of the New Teachers’ Standards.” Journal of Beliefs and Values 33 (2): 217–28.
  • Bryson, Michael E. 2012. The Atheist Milton. Farnham ; Burlington, Vt: Ashgate.
  • 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): 100–106.
  • Bullivant, Stephen, and Lois Lee. 2012. “Interdisciplinary Studies of Non-Religion and Secularity: The State of the Union.” Journal of Contemporary Religion 27 (1).
  • Burley, M. 2012. “Atheism and the Gift of Death.” Religious Studies 48 (4): 533–46.
  • 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.
  • Cahaner, L., and Y. Mansfield. 2012. “A Voyage from Religiousness to Secularity and Back : A Glimpse into `Haredi’ Tourists.” Journal of Heritage Tourism 7 (4): 301–21.
  • Caldwell-Harris, Catherine L. 2012a. “Understanding Atheism/non-Belief as an Expected Individual-Differences Variable.” Religion, Brain & Behavior 2 (1): 4–23. doi:10.1080/2153599X.2012.668395.
  • ———. 2012b. “Atheism: By-Product of Cognitive Styles of Independent Learning and Systemizing.” Religion, Brain & Behavior 2 (1): 70–73. doi:10.1080/2153599X.2012.667955.
  • Carr, D. 2012. “Post-Secularism, Religious Knowledge and Religious Education.” Journal of Beliefs and Values 33 (2): 157–68.
  • Castelli, M. 2012. “Faith Dialogue as a Pedagogy for a Post Secular Religious Education.” Journal of Beliefs and Values 33 (2): 207–16.
  • 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.
  • Ciftci, Sabri. 2012. “Secular-Islamist Cleavage, Values, and Support for Democracy and Shari’a in the Arab World.” Political Research Quarterly, December, 1065912912470759. doi:10.1177/1065912912470759.
  • Connelly, Louise, Christopher R. Cotter, Frans Jespers, Ethan Gjerset Quillen, Steven J. Sutcliffe, and Teemu Taira. 2012. “Podcast: Studying Nonreligion within Religious Studies.” The Religious Studies Project. December 17. http://www.religiousstudiesproject.com/2012/12/17/podcast-studying-nonreligion-within-religious-studies/.
  • Cornelissen, T., and U. Jirjahn. 2012. “Religion and Earnings : Is It Good to Be an Atheist with Religious Parental Background?” Economics Letters 117 (3): 905–8.
  • Cotter, Christopher R. 2012. “Secular Sacreds and the Sacred Secular.” The Religious Studies Project, November. http://www.religiousstudiesproject.com/2012/11/07/christopher-r-cotter-secular-sacreds/.
  • 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, Ryan, Barry A. Kosmin, Ariela Keysar, Joseph H. Hammer, and Michael Nielsen. 2012. “On the Receiving End: Discrimination Toward the Non-Religious in the United States.” Journal of Contemporary Religion 27 (1).
  • 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.
  • Curran, Mark. 2012. Atheism, Religion and Enlightenment in Pre-Revolutionary Europe. Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK ; Rochester, NY: Royal Historical Society.
  • Daly, E. 2012. “The Ambiguous Reach of Constitutional Secularism in Republican France : Revisiting the Idea of Laicite and Political Liberalism as Alternatives.” Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 32 (3): 583–608.
  • Davie, Grace. 2012a. “Belief and Unbelief: Two Sides of a Coin.” Approaching Religion 2 (1): 3–7.
  • ———. 2012b. “Podcast: Belief and Unbelief: Two Sides of a Coin.” The Religious Studies Project. December 19. http://www.religiousstudiesproject.com/davie/.
  • Davies, Douglas, and Hannah Rumble. 2012. Natural Burial: Traditional-Secular Spiritualities and Funeral Innovation. London: Continuum.
  • Dode, Z.V. 2012. “Secular Imagery in the Islamic Space of Medieval Zirikhgeran.” Archaeology Ethnology and Anthropology of Eurasia 40 (1): 114–21.
  • Drob, S.L. 2012. “Kabbalah, Jungian Psychology, and the Challenge of Contemporary Atheism.” Psychological Perspectives 55 (2): 142–62.
  • Dryzek, John S., and Bora Kanra. 2012. “Australian Muslims’ Orientations to Secular Society: Empirical Exploration of Theoretical Classifications.” Journal of Sociology 50 (2): 182–98. doi:10.1177/1440783312448685.
  • Eccles, Janet. 2012. “The Religious and Non-Religious Commitments of Older Women in the UK: Towards a New Typology.” Journal of Contemporary Religion 27 (3): 469–84. doi:10.1080/13537903.2012.722296.
  • Figl, J. 2012. “Religionswissenschaft, Religionskritik Und Atheismus Bei Friedrich Nietzsche.” In Religion Und Kritik in Der Moderne, edited by Ulrich Berner and Johannes Quack, 31–52. Münster: Lit Verlag.
  • Fisher-Høyrem, Stefan. 2012. “Time Machines: Practice, Technology, and the Performance of Secular Time in Victorian England.” Unpublished PhD Thesis, Oxford: Oxford Brookes University.
  • Fisher-Høyrem, Stefan T. 2012. “Time Machines: Technology, Temporality, and the Victorian Social Imaginary.” Oxford: Oxford Brookes University.
  • Fowles, Severin M. 2012. An Archaeology of Doings: Secularism and the Study of Pueblo Religion. Santa Fe: SAR Press.
  • Fox, J. 2012. “The Last Bastion of Secularism? Government Religion Policy in Western Democracies, 1990 to 2008.” Journal of Contemporary European Studies 20 (2): 161–80.
  • Francis, L.J., G. Penny, and S. Baker. 2012. “Defining and Assessing Spiritual Health : A Comparative Study Among 13- to 15-Year-Old Pupils Attending Secular Schools, Anglican Schools, and Private Christian Schools in England and Wales.” Peabody Journal of Education 87 (3): 351–67.
  • Frega, R. 2012. “Equal Accessibility to All : Habermas, Pragmatism, and the Place of Religious Beliefs in a Post-Secular Society.” Constellations 19 (2): 267–87.
  • Fridolfsson, Charlotte, and Ingemar Elander. 2012. “Faith and Place: Constructing Muslim Identity in a Secular Lutheran Society.” Cultural Geographies, October, 1474474012464024. doi:10.1177/1474474012464024.
  • Frigerio, A. 2012. “Questioning Religious Monopolies and Free Markets : The Role of the State, the Church(es), and Secular Agents in the Management of Religion in Argentina.” Citizenship Studies 16 (8): 997–1011.
  • Garral, M.D. 2012. “The Possibility of Agnosticism : Russell’s Retreat from Atheism.” International Philosophical Quarterly 52 (3(207)): 355–72.
  • Geertz, Armin W. 2012. “Why Should Atheists Be ‘for’ Anything? On the Collective Idiosyncrasies and Illusions of Cognitive Scientists of Religion.” Religion, Brain & Behavior 2 (1): 73–75. doi:10.1080/2153599X.2012.667947.
  • 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, edited by Ulrich Berner and Johannes Quack, 53–79. Münster: Lit Verlag.
  • Georgellis, Y., and T. Lange. 2012. “Traditional versus Secular Values and the Job-Life Satisfaction Relationship Across Europe.” British Journal of Management 23 (4): 437–54.
  • Gervais, W. M., and A. Norenzayan. 2012. “Reminders of Secular Authority Reduce Believers’ Distrust of Atheists.” Psychological Science 23 (5): 483–91. doi:10.1177/0956797611429711.
  • Ghosh, Ranjan, ed. 2012. Making Sense of the Secular: Critical Perspectives from Europe to Asia. New York: Routledge. http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415536950/.
  • Gle, N. 2012. “Post-Secular Turkey.” New Perspectives Quarterly 29 (1): 7–11.
  • Goodwin, M. 2012. “Dis/enchantment : Locating Modernity Between Secularism and “The Sacred’’.” Womens Studies Quarterly 40 (3; /4): 326–83.
  • Gorski, Philip S., David Kyuman Kim, John Torpey, and Jonathan Vanantwerpen, eds. 2012. The Post-Secular in Question Religion in Contemporary Society Edited By Philip Gorski, David Kyuman Kim, John Torpey and Jonathan VanAntwerpen. New York: New York University Press.
  • Graham, E. 2012. “What’s Missing? Gender, Reason and the Post-Secular.” Political Theology, no. 2: 233–45.
  • Gul, A. 2012. “Egyptian Muslims Should Embrace Secularism.” New Perspectives Quarterly 29 (3): 48–51.
  • Gutkowski, Stacey. 2012. “The British Secular Habitus and the War on Terror.” Journal of Contemporary Religion 27 (1).
  • Haldane, J. 2012. “Scientism and Its Challenge to Humanism.” New Blackfriars 93 (1048): 671–86.
  • Hammer, Joseph H., Ryan T. Cragun, Karen Hwang, and Jesse M. Smith. 2012. “Forms, Frequency, and Correlates of Perceived Anti-Atheist Discrimination.” Secularism and Nonreligion 1 (October): 43. doi:10.5334/snr.ad.
  • Harper, R. 2012. “What Matters? Ethnographies of Value in a Not So Secular Age.” Sociology of Religion 73 (4): 458–59.
  • Hart, W.D. 2012. “Naturalizing Christian Ethics : A Critique of Charles Taylor’s A Secular Age.” Journal of Religious Ethics 40 (1): 149–70.
  • Hood, Ralph W. 2012. “The Explanation of Atheism as an Individual-Differences Variable: An Appreciative Response.” Religion, Brain & Behavior 2 (1): 27–29. doi:10.1080/2153599X.2012.668398.
  • 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): 66–74.
  • Ipgrave, J. 2012. “Conversations Between the Religious and Secular in English Schools.” Religious Education 107 (1): 30–48.
  • Iqtidar, H., and D. Lehmann. 2012. “Introduction : Secularism and Citizenship beyond the North Atlantic World.” Citizenship Studies 16 (8): 953–59.
  • Iqtidar, Humeira. 2012a. “Secularism and Secularisation : Untying the Knots.” Economic and Political Weekly 47 (35): 50–58.
  • ———. 2012b. “Podcast: Secularization and Non-Religion in Non-Western Contexts.” The Religious Studies Project. December 19. http://www.religiousstudiesproject.com/iqtidar/.
  • Johnson, Dominic. 2012a. “What Should We Believe about Atheists?” Religion, Brain & Behavior 2 (1): 30–32. doi:10.1080/2153599X.2012.668399.
  • ———. 2012b. “Atheists: Accidents of Nature?” Religion, Brain & Behavior 2 (1): 91–99. doi:10.1080/2153599X.2012.674752.
  • Johnstone-Louis, Mary. 2012. “No Gods. No Masters?: The ‘New Atheist’ Movement and the Commercialization of Unbelief.” In Consumption and Spirituality, edited by Diego Rinallo, Linda Scott, and Pauline Maclaren. London: Routledge.
  • Joukovsky, N.A. 2012. “Robert Parker’s `Letters on Atheism’ : An Early Response to Shelley’s The Necessity of Atheism.” Review of English Studies 63 (261): 608–33.
  • Kandiyoti, D. 2012. “The Travails of the Secular : Puzzle and Paradox in Turkey.” Economy and Society 41 (4): 513–31.
  • Kanra, B., and S.A. Ercan. 2012. “Negotiating Difference in a Muslim Society : A Longitudinal Study of Islamic and Secular Discourses in Turkey.” Digest of Middle East Studies 21 (1): 69–88.
  • Kaplan, K., S. Dolev-Blitental, T. Galatzer, and P. Cantz. 2012. “Individuation and Attachment in Israel and Thailand : Secular Versus Religious Jews and Buddhists.” International Journal for the Psychology of Religion 22 (2): 93–105.
  • Karakoç, Ekrem, and Birol Bașkan. 2012. “Religion in Politics: How Does Inequality Affect Public Secularization?” Comparative Political Studies, August, 0010414012453027. doi:10.1177/0010414012453027.
  • Kim, D., D. McCalman, and D. Fisher. 2012. “The Sacred/Secular Divide and the Christian Worldview.” Journal of Business Ethics 109 (2): 203–8.
  • Kirkpatrick, Lee A. 2012. “Explaining Universality and Individual Differences in Terms of ‘human Nature.’” Religion, Brain & Behavior 2 (1): 32–35. doi:10.1080/2153599X.2012.668401.
  • Knowles, C. 2012. “Religion in Largely Secular Societies.” Sociology Review 21 (3): 20–23.
  • Kolar, P. 2012. “Baptism and Secularization in the Context of the Communist Totalitarian Regime within the Czechoslovak Republic.” Studia Liturgica 42 (1; /2): 231–42.
  • Kuru, Ahmet T., and Alfred Stepan, eds. 2012. Democracy, Islam, and Secularism in Turkey. Columbia University Press.
  • LaBouff, J., W. Rowatt, M. Johnson, and C. Finkle. 2012. “Differences in Attitudes Toward Outgroups in Religious and Nonreligious Contexts in a Multinational Sample : A Situational Context Priming Study.” International Journal for the Psychology of Religion 22 (1): 1–9.
  • La Cour, P., and P. Gotke. 2012. “Understanding of the Word “Spirituality’’ by Theologians Compared to Lay People : An Empirical Study from a Secular Region.” Journal of Health Care Chaplaincy 18 (3-4): 97–109.
  • Laitila, Teuvo. 2012. “The Russian Orthodox Church and Atheism.” Approaching Religion 2 (1): 52–57.
  • Lanman, Jonathan. 2012a. “The Importance of Religious Displays for Belief Acquisition and Secularization.” Journal of Contemporary Religion 27 (1).
  • ———. 2012b. “On the Non-Evolution of Atheism and the Importance of Definitions and Data.” Religion, Brain & Behavior 2 (1): 76–78. doi:10.1080/2153599X.2012.667950.
  • ———. 2012c. “Podcast: Atheism Explained: The Evolutionary Origins of Atheistic Thought.” The Religious Studies Project. December 19. http://www.religiousstudiesproject.com/lanman/.
  • LeDrew, Stephen. 2012. “The Evolution of Atheism Scientific and Humanistic Approaches.” History of the Human Sciences 25 (3): 70–87. doi:10.1177/0952695112441301.
  • Lee, Lois. 2012a. “Research Note: Talking about a Revolution: Terminology for the New Field of Non-Religion Studies.” Journal of Contemporary Religion 27 (1).
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  • ———. 2012c. “Being Secular: Toward Separate Sociologies of Secularity, Nonreligion and Epistemological Culture.” Unpublished PhD Thesis, Cambridge: University of Cambridge.
  • ———. 2012d. “Podcast: Lois Lee on Nonreligion.” The Religious Studies Project. October 8. http://www.religiousstudiesproject.com/2012/10/08/podcast-lois-lee-on-non-religion/.
  • Leigh, I., and R. Adhar. 2012. “Post-Secularism and the European Court of Human Rights : Or How God Never Really Went Away.” Modern Law Review 75 (6): 1064–98.
  • Leurs, R. 2012. “Are Faith-Based Organisations Distinctive? Comparing Religious and Secular NGOs in Nigeria.” Development in Practice 22 (5; /6): 704–20.
  • Lust, E., G. Soltan, and J. Wichmann. 2012. “After the Arab Spring : Islamism, Secularism, and Democracy.” CURRENT HISTORY -NEW YORK THEN PHILADELPHIA- 111 (749): 362–64.
  • Lynch, Gordon. 2012. The Sacred in the Modern World: A Cultural Sociological Approach. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Mahlamäki, Tiina. 2012. “Religion and Atheism from a Gender Perspective.” Approaching Religion 2 (1): 58–65.
  • Managhan, T. 2012. “Highways, Heroes, and Secular Martyrs : The Symbolics of Power and Sacrifice.” Review of International Studies 38 (1): 97–118.
  • Martinson, Mattias. 2012. “Atheism as Culture and Condition: Nietzschean Reflections on the Contemporary Invisibility of Profound Godlessness.” Approaching Religion 2 (1): 75–86.
  • Mavelli, Luca. 2012a. Europe’s Encounter with Islam: The Secular and the Postsecular (Paperback) – Routledge. London: Routledge. http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415693295/.
  • ———. 2012b. “Security and Secularization in International Relations.” European Journal of International Relations 18 (1): 177–99. doi:10.1177/1354066110396592.
  • McAnulla, Stuart. 2012. “Radical Atheism and Religious Power: New Atheist Politics.” Approaching Religion 2 (1): 87–99.
  • McClay, W.M. 2012. “Varieties of Secularism in a Secular Age.” Journal of Church and State 54 (1): 122–24.
  • McGhee, Derek. 2012. “Responding to the Post-9/11 Challenges Facing ‘post Secular Societies’: Critical Reflections on Habermas’s Dialogic Solutions.” Ethnicities, August, 1468796812450860. doi:10.1177/1468796812450860.
  • McKay, Ryan, and Daniel Dennett. 2012. “The Sleep of Reason: Do Atheists Improve the Stock?” Religion, Brain & Behavior 2 (1): 78–80. doi:10.1080/2153599X.2012.667951.
  • McLean, George, Charles Taylor, and Jose Casanova, eds. 2012. Church and People: Disjunctions in a Secular Age. Washington, D.C: Council for Research in Values &.
  • Merino, Stephen M. 2012. “Irreligious Socialization? The Adult Religious Preferences of Individuals Raised with No Religion PDF Stephen M. Merino.” Secularism and Nonreligion 1: 1–16.
  • Miner, R.C. 2012. “Leo Strauss’s Adherence to Nietzsche’s “Atheism From Intellectual Probity’’.” Perspectives on Political Science 41 (3): 155–64.
  • Mirman, M.C. 2012. “An Atheist’s Guide to the Divine : Throwing Out the Bathwater but Keeping the Baby.” Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion 23: 171–90.
  • Modood, Tariq. 2012. “2011 Paul Hanly Furfey Lecture Is There a Crisis of Secularism in Western Europe?” Sociology of Religion 73 (2): 130–49.
  • Moser, P.K. 2012. “Undermining the Case for Evidential Atheism.” Religious Studies 48 (1): 83–93.
  • Mullins, Mark R. 2012. “Secularization, Deprivatization, and the Reappearance of Public Religion in Japanese Society1.” Journal of Religion in Japan 1 (1): 61–82. doi:10.1163/221183412X628442.
  • Mutlu, Dilek Kaya, and Zeynep Koçer. 2012. “A Different Story of Secularism: The Censorship of Religion in Turkish Films of the 1960s and Early 1970s.” European Journal of Cultural Studies 15 (1): 70–88. doi:10.1177/1367549411424948.
  • Negron-Gonzales, M. 2012. “Cooperation Between Secular and Religious Rights Organizations in Turkey.” Turkish Studies 13 (3): 415–30.
  • Niose, David. 2012. Nonbeliever Nation: The Rise of Secular Americans. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Norman, J. 2012. “`Books of Truth’ : Iain M. Banks – Atheist, Secularist, Humanist.” Foundation, no. 116: 37–50.
  • Oliphant, E. 2012. “The Crucifix as a Symbol of Secular Europe : The Surprising Semiotics of the European Court of Human Rights.” Anthropology Today 28 (2): 10–12.
  • O’Sullivan, P. 2012. “Sophistic Ethics, Old Atheism, and “Critias’’ on Religion.” Classical World 105 (2): 167–86.
  • Osuri, G. 2012. “Secular Interventions/Hinduized Sovereignty : (Anti) Conversion and Religious Pluralism in Jodhaa Akbar.” Cultural Critique, no. 81: 70–102.
  • Park, Crystal L. 2012. “Viewing Atheism as an Individual-Difference Variable: Suggestions for Advancing Research.” Religion, Brain & Behavior 2 (1): 35–38. doi:10.1080/2153599X.2012.668402.
  • Pasquale, Frank L. 2012. “The Social Science of Secularity.” Free Inquiry 33 (2): 17–23.
  • Pearce, S.C. 2012. “The ‘Turkish Model’ of Sociology : East–West Science, State Formation, and the Post-Secular.” American Sociologist 43 (4): 406–27.
  • Petersen, J.A. 2012. “Religion and Popular Music in Europe : New Expressions of Sacred and Secular Identity.” Culture and Religion 13 (3): 393–95.
  • Pfister, L.F. 2012. “Post-Secularity within Contemporary Chinese Philosophical Contexts.” Journal of Chinese Philosophy 39 (1): 121–38.
  • Pingle, M., and T. Melkonyan. 2012. “To Believe or Not Believe…or Not Decide : A Decision-Theoretic Model of Agnosticism.” Rationality and Society 24 (4): 408–41.
  • Plessentin, U. 2012. “Die „Neuen Atheisten“ Als Religionspolitische Akteure.” In Religion Und Kritik in Der Moderne, edited by Ulrich Berner and Johannes Quack, 81–112. Münster: Lit Verlag.
  • Porcu, Elisabetta. 2012. “Observations on the Blurring of the Religious and the Secular in a Japanese Urban Setting.” Journal of Religion in Japan 1 (1): 83–106. doi:10.1163/221183412X628398.
  • Prodromou, E. 2012. “Torn Country : Turkey between Secularism and Islamism.” South European Society and Politics 17 (1): 117–19.
  • Quack, Johannes. 2012a. “Religionswissenschaft, Religion Und Kritik in Der Moderne.” In Religion Und Kritik in Der Moderne, edited by Ulrich Berner and Johannes Quack, 7–29. Münster: Lit Verlag.
  • ———. 2012b. “Organised Atheism in India: An Overview.” Journal of Contemporary Religion 27 (1).
  • ———. 2012c. Disenchanting India: Organized Rationalism and Criticism of Religion in India. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • ———. 2012d. “Arten Des Unglaubens Als ‚Mentalität‘: Religionskritische Traditionen in Indien.” In Religion Und Kritik in Der Moderne, edited by Ulrich Berner and Johannes Quack, 113–38. Münster: Lit Verlag.
  • Radford, M. 2012. “Faith and Reason in a Post Secular Age.” Journal of Beliefs and Values 33 (2): 229–40.
  • Raymond, Christopher, and Brian M. Barros Feltch. 2012. “Parties, Cleavages and Issue Evolution: The Case of the Religious–secular Cleavage in Chile.” Party Politics 20 (3): 429–43. doi:10.1177/1354068811436056.
  • Reader, Ian. 2012. “Secularisation, R.I.P.? Nonsense! The Rush Hour Away from the Gods and the Decline of Religion in Contemporary Japan.” Journal of Religion in Japan 1 (1): 7–36. doi:10.1163/221183412X628370.
  • Regev, Eyal. 2012. “Lennon and Jesus: Secularization and the Transformation of Religion.” Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses 41 (4): 534–63. doi:10.1177/0008429812460126.
  • Rossano, Matt J. 2012. “Ritually Faking Belief.” Religion, Brain & Behavior 2 (1): 81–83. doi:10.1080/2153599X.2012.667952.
  • Rumble, Hannah, and Douglas Davies. 2012. Natural Burial: Traditional – Secular Spiritualities and Funeral Innovation. New York: Continuum Publishing Corporation.
  • Saler, Benson, and Charles A. Ziegler. 2012. “On Affirmations of the Realities of Religion and Atheism.” Religion, Brain & Behavior 2 (1): 83–85. doi:10.1080/2153599X.2012.667954.
  • 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): 301–20. doi:10.1017/S0020743812000062.
  • Schlieter, J. 2012. “Der Rationalitätsbegriff Der Naturalistischen Religionskritik.” In Religion Und Kritik in Der Moderne, edited by Ulrich Berner and Johannes Quack, 195–218. Münster: Lit Verlag.
  • Schloss, Jeffrey P. 2012. “Whence Atheists: Outliers or Outlaws?” Religion, Brain & Behavior 2 (1): 86–89. doi:10.1080/2153599X.2012.670433.
  • Schwartz, Laura. 2012. Infidel Feminism: Secularism, Religion and Women’s Emancipation, England 1830-1914. Manchester, U.K. ; New York: Manchester University Press.
  • Selby, Jennifer A. 2012. Questioning French Secularism: Gender Politics and Islam in a Parisian Suburb. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Seo, M. 2012. “Defining `religious’ in Indonesia : Toward Neither an Islamic nor a Secular State.” Citizenship Studies 16 (8): 1045–58.
  • Shah, S. 2012. “Muslim Schools in Secular Societies : Persistence or Resistance!” British Journal of Religious Education 34 (1): 51–65.
  • Sheppard, K. 2012. “Atheism, Apostasy, and the Afterlives of Francis Spira in Early Modern England.” Seventeenth Century 27 (4): 410–34.
  • Sherwood, Yvonne. 2012. Biblical Blaspheming: Trials of the Sacred for a Secular Age. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Shneer, D., and B. Springer. 2012. “Russian Jewish Intellectual History and the Making of Secular Jewish Culture.” Modern Intellectual History 9 (2): 435–49.
  • Shook, John R. 2012. “Atheists Are Rejecting Today’s Culturally Evolved Religions, Not a ‘first’ Natural Religion.” Religion, Brain & Behavior 2 (1): 38–40. doi:10.1080/2153599X.2012.668403.
  • Siegler, E. 2012. “David Cronenberg : The Secular Auteur as Critic of Religion.” Journal of the American Academy of Religion 80 (4): 1098–1112.
  • 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): 205–19.
  • Smith, Christopher, and Richard Cimino. 2012. “Atheisms Unbound: The Role of the New Media in the Formation of a Secularist Identity.” Secularism and Nonreligion 1 (February): 17. doi:10.5334/snr.ab.
  • Smith, Tom W. 2012. “Beliefs about God across Time and Countries.” NORC/University of Chicago. http://www.domradio.de/comet/pdf/beliefs_about_god_report.pdf.
  • Somer, Murat. 2012. “Moderation of Religious and Secular Politics, a Country’s ‘centre’ and Democratization.” Democratization 21 (2): 244–67. doi:10.1080/13510347.2012.732069.
  • Spickard, James V. 2012. “Religion and the New Atheism: A Critical Review.” Sociology of Religion 73 (1): 94–96. doi:10.1093/socrel/srs026.
  • Swan, Lawton K, and Martin Heesacker. 2012. “Anti-Atheist Bias in the United States: Testing Two Critical Assumptions.” Secularism and Nonreligion 1 (February): 32. doi:10.5334/snr.ac.
  • Taira, Teemu. 2012. “More Visible but Limited in Its Popularity: Atheism (and Atheists) in Finland.” Approaching Religion 2 (1): 21–35.
  • Taira, Teemu, and Ruth Illman. 2012. “The New Visibility of Atheism in Europe.” Approaching Religion 2 (1): 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): 1102–15.
  • Thomas, Lyn. 2012. “Religion for a Postsecular Society? Discourses of Gender, Religion and Secularity in the Reception of BBC2’s The Monastery and The Convent.” In Social Media, Religion and Spirituality, edited by Marie Gillespie, David Herbert, and Anita Greenhill, 59–77. Berlin: De Gruyter. http://sro.sussex.ac.uk/46335/.
  • Toal, C. 2012. “Preaching at the British Association for the Advancement of Science : Sermons, Secularization and the Rhetoric of Conflict in the 1870s.” British Journal for the History of Science 45 (1): 75–95.
  • Tonti-Filippini, N. 2012. “Religious and Secular Death: A Parting of the Ways.” Bioethics 26 (8): 410–21.
  • Vail, Kenneth E, 3rd, Jamie Arndt, and Abdolhossein Abdollahi. 2012. “Exploring the Existential Function of Religion and Supernatural Agent Beliefs among Christians, Muslims, Atheists, and Agnostics.” Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (10): 1288–1300. doi:10.1177/0146167212449361.
  • Vanderstraeten, Raf. 2012. “Talcott Parsons and the Enigma of Secularization.” European Journal of Social Theory, July, 457–71. doi:10.1177/1368431012449236.
  • Van Die, M. 2012. “Secularism and Freedom of Conscience.” Journal of Church and State 54 (4): 648–50.
  • Vickers, L. 2012. “Twin Approaches to Secularism : Organized Religion and Society Dagger.” Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 32 (1): 197–210.
  • 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): 205–27. doi:10.1111/j.1540-5923.2012.00363.x.
  • West, J.A. 2012. “The Post-Secular in Question : Religion in Contemporary Society.” Sociology of Religion 73 (3): 352–54.
  • Wilcox, M.M. 2012. ““Spiritual Sluts’’ : Uncovering Gender, Ethnicity, and Sexuality in the Post-Secular.” Womens Studies 41 (6): 639–59.
  • Wildman, Wesley J., Richard Sosis, and Patrick McNamara. 2012. “The Scientific Study of Atheism.” Religion, Brain & Behavior 2 (1): 1–3. doi:10.1080/2153599X.2012.668394.
  • Williams, P. 2012. “India’s Muslims, Lived Secularism and Realising Citizenship.” Citizenship Studies 16 (8): 979–95.
  • Winters, S.F. 2012. “Religious Faith and Secular Hope in The Underland Chronicles.” Lion and the Unicorn 36 (1): 1–19.
  • Wohlrab-Sahr, M., and M. Burchardt. 2012. “Multiple Secularities : Toward a Cultural Sociology of Secular Modernities.” Comparative Sociology 11 (6): 875–909.
  • Wohlrab-Sahr, Monika. 2012. “Podcast: Multiple Secularities: Toward a Cultural Sociology of Secular-Religious Distinctions.” The Religious Studies Project. December 19. http://www.religiousstudiesproject.com/wohlrab-sahr/.
  • Woodhead, Linda. 2012. “Podcast: The Secularization Thesis.” The Religious Studies Project. April 16. http://www.religiousstudiesproject.com/2012/04/16/podcast-linda-woodhead-on-the-secularisation-thesis/.
  • Zenk, Thomas. 2012. “‘Neuer Atheismus’: ‘New Atheism’ in Germany.” Approaching Religion 2 (1): 36–51.
  • Zuckerman, Phil. 2012. “Contrasting Irreligious Orientation: Atheism and Secularity in the USA and Scandinavia.” Approaching Religion 2 (1): 8–20.

2011

  • Alicino, F. 2011. “The Collaborations-Relations Between Western (Secular) Law and Religious Nomoi Groups in Today’s Multicultural Context : The Cases of France and Canada.” Transition Studies Review 18 (2): 430–44.
  • Asad, Talal. 2011. “Thinking About the Secular Body, Pain, and Liberal Politics.” Cultural Anthropology 26 (4): 657–75. doi:10.1111/j.1548-1360.2011.01118.x.
  • Aston, Katie. 2011. Atheism Explained by Jonathan Lanman (NSRN Annual Lecture 2011). NSRN Events Report Series [online]. NSRN. http://nsrn.net/events/events-reports.
  • Barb, A. 2011. “‘An Atheistic American Is a Contradiction in Terms’: Religion, Civic Belonging and Collective Identity in the United States.” European Journal of American Studies [Online] 1: 2–18.
  • Barber, Daniel Colucciello. 2011. On Diaspora: Christianity, Religion, and Secularity. Eugene, Or: Cascade Books.
  • Baumeister, A. 2011. “The Use of -Public Reason- by Religious and Secular Citizens: Limitations of Habermas- Conception of the Role of Religion in the Public Realm.” Constellations 18 (2): 222–43.
  • Berner, Ulrich. 2011. “Der Neue Atheismus Als Gegenstand Der Religionswissenschaft.” In Religionen Nach Der Säkularisierung. Festschrift Für Johann Figl Zum 65. Geburtstag, edited by H.G. Hödl and V. Futterknecht, 378–90. Wien: Lit Verlag.
  • Bruce, Steve. 2011. Secularization: In Defence of an Unfashionable Theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Bubandt, Nils Ole, and Martijn Van Beek, eds. 2011. Varieties of Secularism in Asia: Anthropological Explorations of Religion, Politics and the Spiritual. New York: Routledge. http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415616720/.
  • Bullivant, Stephen. 2011a. “Teaching Atheism and Nonreligion: Challenges and Opportunities.” Discourse 10 (2): 93–110.
  • ———. 2011b. “Defining ‘Atheism’: A Modest Proposal (unpublished Paper).” In . Virtual Conference: Nonreligion and Secularity Research Network. http://nsrn.net/events/nsrn-events/.
  • Burris, C.T., and R. Petrican. 2011. “Hearts Strangely Warmed (and Cooled): Emotional Experience in Religious and Atheistic Individuals.” International Journal for the Psychology of Religion 21 (3): 183–97.
  • Calhoun, C., M. Juergensmeyer, and J. Vanantwerpen. 2011. Rethinking Secularism. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Chatterjee, Nandini. 2011a. The Making of Indian Secularism: Empire, Law and Christianity, 1830-1960. Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • ———. 2011b. The Making of Indian Secularism: Empire, Law and Christianity, 1830-1960. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Connolly, W.E. 2011. “Some Theses on Secularism.” Culural Anthropology 26 (4): 648–56.
  • Cotter, Christopher R. 2011a. “Consciousness Raising: The Critique, Agenda, and Inherent Precariousness of Contemporary Anglophone Atheism.” International Journal for the Study of New Religions 2 (1): 77–103.
  • ———. 2011b. Qualitative Methods Workshop (NSRN Methods for Nonreligion and Secularity Series). NSRN  Events Report Series [online]. NSRN. http://www.nsrn.net/events/events-reports.
  • ———. 2011c. “Toward a Typology of ‘Nonreligion’: A Qualitative Analysis of Everyday Narratives of Scottish University Students.” Unpublished MSc by Research Dissertation, Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh. http://www.academia.edu/1329691/Toward_a_Typology_of_Nonreligion_A_Qualitative_Analysis_of_Everyday_Narratives_of_Scottish_University_Students.
  • Cragun, R., and J.H. Hammer. 2011. “‘One Person’s Apostate Is Another Person’s Convert’: What Terminology Tells Us about pro-Religious Hegemony in the Sociology of Religion.” Humanity and Society 35: 159–75.
  • Day, Abby. 2011. Believing in Belonging: Belief and Social Identity in the Modern World. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Dembski, W.A. 2011. “How to Debate an Atheist-If You Must.” Southwestern Journal of Theology 54 (1): 55–70.
  • Denton-Borhaug, Kelly. 2011. U.S. War-Culture, Sacrifice and Salvation. London: Equinox.
  • Dressler, Markus, and Arvind Mandair, eds. 2011. Secularism and Religion-Making. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Dueck, R. 2011. “Angry at the God Who Isn’t There: The New Atheism as Theodicy.” Direction 40 (1): 3–16.
  • Ecklund, E.H., and Kristen Schultz Lee. 2011. “Atheists and Agnostics Negotiate Religion and Family.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 50 (4): 728–43.
  • Edis, Taner. 2011. “Defending Science and Nonbelief.” Bulletin for the Study of Religion 40 (4). http://www.equinoxjournals.com/BSOR/article/view/11423.
  • Eipper, C. 2011. “The Spectre of Godlessness: Making Sense of Secularity.” Australian Journal of Anthropology 22 (1): 14–39.
  • Ellis, Thomas B. 2011. “Chasing Cosmic Tennis Balls.” Bulletin for the Study of Religion 40 (4). http://www.equinoxjournals.com/BSOR/article/view/10865.
  • Engelke, Matthew. 2011. “The Anthropology of After Religion.” In Atheism and Anthropology: Researching Atheism and Self-Searching Belief and Experience Workshop. University College London.
  • Engler, S. 2011. “`Religion,’ `the Secular’ and the Critical Study of Religion.” Studies in Religion 40 (4): 419–42.
  • Fitzgerald, Timothy. 2011. “A Response to Steven Engler,’Religion,’ ‘the Secular’ and the Critical Study of Religion’’.” Studies in Religion 40 (4): 443–55.
  • Fox, J. 2011. “Separation of Religion and State and Secularism in Theory and in Practice.” Religion, State and Society 39 (4): 384–401.
  • Frede, Victoria. 2011. Doubt, Atheism, and the Nineteenth-Century Russian Intelligentsia. 1 edition. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.
  • 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: 205–28.
  • ———. 2011b. “Mental Well-Being in the Religious and the Non-Religious: Evidence for a Curvilinear Relationship.” Mental Health Religion and Culture 14: 673–89.
  • Galen, L.W., C.M. Smith, N. Knapp, and N. Wyngarden. 2011. “Perceptions of Religious and Nonreligious Targets: Exploring the Effects of Perceivers’ Religious Fundamentalism.” Journal of Applied Social Psychology 41 (9): 2123–43.
  • Gärtner, Christel. 2011. “Das Theodizeeproblem Unter Säkularen Bedingungen–Anschlüsse an Max Webers Religionssoziologie.” In Religionen Verstehen. Zur Aktualität von Max Webers Religionssoziologie, edited by Agathe Bienfait, 271–89. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag.
  • Gelot, L.M. 2011. “Thomas Hobbes’s Leviathan and the Theological Origins of Secular International Politics.” Political Theology 12 (4): 553–76.
  • Gervais, W.M. 2011. “Finding the Faithless: Perceived Atheist Prevalence Reduce Anti-Atheist Prejudice.” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37: 543–56.
  • Gervais, W.M., Azim F. Shariff, and Ara Norenzayan. 2011. “Do You Believe in Atheists? Distrust Is Central to Anti-Atheist Prejudice. Journal of Personality and Social.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 101 (6): 1189–1206.
  • Gibson, Nicholas J.S., and Kirsten Barnes. 2011a. “Toward a Psychology of Atheism I: Measuring Dimensions of Non-Religiosity.” In . Bari, Italy.
  • ———. 2011b. “Toward a Psychology of Atheism II: An Empirically Derived Typology of Non-Religiosity.” In Biennial Congress of the International Association for the Psychology of Religion. Bari, Italy.
  • Godina, E.Z. 2011. “Secular Trends in Some Russian Populations.” Anthropologischer Anzeiger 68 (4): 367–77.
  • Grayling, A.C. 2011. The Good Book: A Humanist Bible. New York: Walker & Co.
  • Griffiths, D.H. 2011. “Defining the “Secular’’ in the New Zealand Bill of Rights Era : Some Cases and Controversies.” Otago Law Review 12 (3): 497–524.
  • Grigoriev, S. 2011. “Rorty, Religion, and Humanism.” International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 70 (3): 187–201.
  • Gutkowski, Stacey. 2011a. “Secularism and the Politics of Risk: Britain’s Prevent Agenda, 2005-8.” International Relations 25 (3): 346–62.
  • ———. 2011b. “Misreading Islam in Iraq : Secular Misconceptions and British Foreign Policy.” Security Studies 20 (4): 592–623.
  • Hale, F. 2011. “Religious Disbelief and Intelligence: The Failure of a Contemporary Attempt to Correlate National Mean IQs and Rates of Atheism.” Journal for the Study of Religion 24 (1): 37–54.
  • Halikiopolou, Daphne. 2011. Patterns of Secularization: Church, State and Nation in Greece and the Republic of Ireland. Surrey: Ashgate.
  • Hill, J.P, and B. Vaidyanathan. 2011. “Substitution or Symbiosis? Assessing the Relationship between Religious and Secular Giving.” Social Forces 90 (1): 157–208.
  • Hirschkind, Charles. 2011. “Is There a Secular Body?” Cultural Anthropology 26 (4): 633–47. doi:10.1111/j.1548-1360.2011.01116.x.
  • Hirschkind, Charles, and Matthew Scherer. 2011. “Introduction.” Cultural Anthropology 26 (4): 620–620. doi:10.1111/j.1548-1360.2011.01114.x.
  • Hunter, I. 2011. “Charles Taylor’s A Secular Age and Secularization in Early Modern Germany.” Modern Intellectual History 8 (3): 621–46.
  • Hwang, K., J.H. Hammer, and R. Cragun. 2011. “Extending the Religion-Health Research to Secular Minorities: Issues and Concerns.” Journal of Religion and Health.
  • Hyman, Gavin. 2011. “A Short History of Atheism.” Theology 114 (5): 381–85.
  • Iqtidar, Humeira. 2011. Secularizing Islamists? Jama’at-E-Islami and Jama’at-Ud-Da’wa in Urban Pakistan. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Jaarsma, A.S. 2011. “Becoming Student : Reflections on the Post-Secular Classroom.” Listening 46 (3): 218–40.
  • Jansen, Y. 2011. “Postsecularism, Piety and Fanaticism : Reflections on Jurgen Habermas’ and Saba Mahmood’s Critiques of Secularism.” Philosophy and Social Criticism 37 (9): 977–98.
  • Jessup, J.B. 2011. “From Secularization to Categorization : A New Paradigm for the Study of Religion in Modern China (reviewing Vincent Goossaert and David A. Palmer, The Religious Question in Modern China).” China Review International 18 (4): 432–35.
  • Jones, K. 2011. “Atheism and Religious Pluralism Navigating Between Freedom of and Freedom from Religion.” Free Inquiry 31 (5): 50–52.
  • Joshi, S.T. 2011. The Unbelievers: The Evolution of Modern Atheism. New York: Prometheus.
  • Kane, A. 2011. “Individualism, Atheism, and the Search for God in Cormac McCarthy’s The Road.” Foundation, no. 111: 68–73.
  • Kaya, A. 2011. “Modernism, Secularism, Democracy and the AKP in Turkey.” South European Society and Politics 16 (4): 581–86.
  • Knott, Kim. 2011. “Religion in the British Media.” Britain in 2011. http://www.esrc.ac.uk/publications/britain-in/.
  • Kosmin, B. 2011a. “The Future of Irreligion, Part 2.” Free Inquiry.
  • ———. 2011b. “The Future of Irreligion, Part 1.” Free Inquiry.
  • Krause, N. 2011. “Do Church-Based Social Relationships Influence Social Relationships in the Secular World?” Mental Health Religion and Culture 14 (9): 877–97.
  • Ladwig, P. 2011. “The Genesis and Demarcation of the Religious Field : Monasteries, State Schools, and the Secular Sphere in Lao Buddhism (1893-1975).” Sojourn 26 (2): 196–223.
  • Laing, J.D. 2011. “Introduction to New Atheism : Apologetics and the Legacy of Alvin Plantinga.” Southwestern Journal of Theology 54 (1): 6–12.
  • Lakeland, P. 2011. “The U.S. Church, the Secular World and the Temptation to “Integrism’’.” Horizons 38 (1): 7–35.
  • Lambert, F. 2011. “Religion in the Public Square : Interactions Between the Sacred and the Secular in Colonial and Revolutionary America.” Reviews in American History 39 (4): 594–99.
  • Lanman, Jonathan. 2011a. “Thou Shalt Believe -: Or Not.” New Scientist.
  • ———. 2011b. “Religion Is Irrational, but so Is Atheism.” New Scientist, March 23. http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg20928055.600-religion-is-irrational-but-so-is-atheism.html.
  • Lee, Lois. 2011a. “From Neutrality to Dialogue: Constructing the Religious Other in British Non-Religious Discourses.” In Modernities Revisited, edited by Maren Behrensen, Lois Lee, and Ahmet S. Tekelioglu. Vienna: IWM Junior Visiting Fellows’ Conferences 2011., 29.
  • ———. 2011b. “NSRN Glossary.” In . NSRN Terminology – Virtual Conference: Nonreligion and Secularity Research Network. http://nsrn.net/events/nsrn-events/.
  • Levine, Michael. 2011. “New Atheism, Old Atheism and the Rationality of Religious Belief.” In The Relationship of Philosophy to Religion Today, edited by Paolo Diego Bubbio and Philip Andrew Quadrio, 154–77. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Lipton, G.A. 2011. “Secular Sufism: Neoliberalism, Ethnoracism, and the Reformation of the Muslim Other.” Muslim World 101 (3): 427–40.
  • Lowis, M.J., A.J. Jewell, M.I. Jackson, and R. Merchant. 2011. “Religious and Secular Coping Methods Used by Older Adults : An Empirical Investigation.” Journal of Religion, Spirituality and Aging 23 (4): 279–303.
  • Luehrmann, S. 2011. Secularism Soviet Style: Teaching Atheism and Religion in a Volga Republic. Indiana: Indiana University Press.
  • Lutz, D. 2011. “The Dead Still Among Us: Victorian Secular Relics, Hair Jewelry, and Death Culture.” Victorian Literature and Culture 39 (1): 127–42.
  • Maclure, J., and C. Taylor. 2011. Secularism and Freedom of Conscience. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
  • Mantell, J., J. Correale, J. Adams-Skinner, and Z. Stein. 2011. “Conflicts between Conservative Christian Institutions and Secular Groups in Sub-Saharan Africa: Ideological Discourses on Sexualities, Reproduction and HIV/AIDS.” Global Public Health 6 (SUPP/2): 192–209.
  • Martinez-Taboas, A., N. Varas-Diaz, D. Lopez-Garay, and L. Hernandez-Pereiera. 2011. “What Every Psychologists Practitioner Should Know about Atheist People and Atheism.” Interamerican Journal of Psychology 45 (2): 203–10.
  • McCloud, Sean Patrick. 2011. “Beliefs and Habituated Bodies: A Response to Taner Edis, Science and Nonbelief.” Bulletin for the Study of Religion 40 (4). http://www.equinoxjournals.com/BSOR/article/view/10727.
  • Meyer, W. 2011. “Thomas Nagel, Secular Philosophy and the Religious Temperament : Essays 2002–2008.” International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 70 (3): 251–53.
  • Mikoil, B. 2011. “Neither Islamist nor Secular: A Rational Middle-East.” Revue Internationale et Strategique, no. 83: 103–10.
  • Mumford, Lorna. 2011. Atheism and Anthropology: Researching Atheism and Self-Searching Belief and Experience Workshop. NSRN Events Report Series [online]. NSRN. http://www.nsrn.net/events/events-reports.
  • Oppy, Graham. 2011. “‘New Atheism’ versus ‘Christian Nationalism.’” In The Relationship of Philosophy to Religion Today, edited by Paolo Diego Bubbio and Philip Andrew Quadrio, 118–53. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • 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): 336–58.
  • Parmeggiani, F. 2011. “Speaking of God : The Post-Secular Challenge for Italian Feminist Thought and Practices.” Annali D Italianistica 29: 417–30.
  • Quack, Johannes. 2011. “Modes of Non-Religiosity.” In . NSRN Terminology – Virtual Conference: Nonreligion and Secularity Research Network. http://nonreligionandsecularity.files.wordpress.com/2011/11/nsrn-terminology-conference-5-may-2011-johannes-quack-nonreligion-stream1.pdf.
  • Reed, Randall William. 2011. “The Problem of Ideology in Biblical Studies.” Bulletin for the Study of Religion 40 (4). http://www.equinoxjournals.com/BSOR/article/view/10537.
  • Ritter, R.S., and J.L. Preston. 2011. “Gross Gods and Icky Atheism: Disgust Responses to Rejected Religious Beliefs.” Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (6): 1225–30.
  • Rozik, E. 2011. “Sacred Narratives in Secular Contexts.” European Legacy 16 (6): 769–84.
  • Ruby, T.F. 2011. “Spirituality, Religion, Secularism and the Academy : Reflections on “The Muslim Woman’s Question.” Canadian Woman Studies 29 (1; /2): 171–75.
  • Scaperlanda, M. 2011. “Secular Not Secularist America.” Campbell Law Review 33 (3): 569–90.
  • Scherer, M. 2011. “Landmarks in the Critical Study of Secularism.” Culural Anthropology 26 (4): 621–32.
  • Schmidt, L.E. 2011. “A Society of Damned Souls: Atheism and Irreligion in the 1920s.” Perspectives in Religious Studies 38 (2): 215–26.
  • Siner, Samuel E. 2011. “A Theory of Atheist Student Identity Development.” Journal of the Indiana University Student Personnel Association, May, 14–21.
  • 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: 227–29.
  • Smith, J.M. 2011. “Becoming an Atheist in America: Constructing Identity and Meaning from the Rejection of Theism.” Sociology of Religion 72 (2): 215–37.
  • Stausberg, Michael. 2011. “Free-Listing.” In The Routledge Handbook of Research Methods in the Study of Religion, edited by Michael Stausberg and Steven Engler, 245–55. London: Routledge.
  • Sullivan, Winnifred Fallers, Robert A. Yelle, and Mateo Taussig-Rubbo, eds. 2011. After Secular Law. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
  • Timmons, S., and A. Narayanasamy. 2011. “How Do Religious People Navigate a Secular Organisation? Religious Nursing Students in the British National Health Service.” Journal of Contemporary Religion 26 (3): 451–65.
  • Turner, Bryan S. 2011. Religion and Modern Society: Citizenship, Secularisation and the State. Cambridge, UK ; New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Vanderputten, S., and D.J. Reilly. 2011. “Reconciliation and Record Keeping : Heresy, Secular Dissent and the Exercise of Episcopal Authority in Eleventh-Century Cambrai.” Journal of Medieval History 37 (4): 343–57.
  • Vargas, N. 2011. “Retrospective Accounts of Religious Disaffiliation in the United States: Stressors, Skepticism, and Political Factors.” Sociology of Religion, October. doi:10.1093/socrel/srr044.
  • Verkaaik, Oskar, and Rachel Spronk. 2011. “Secular Practice: Notes on an Ethnography of Secularism.” Focaal 59: 83–88.
  • Vesperi, M.D. 2011. “A Performance Studies Approach to Age and Secular Ritual.” Generations 35 (3): 74–79.
  • Waggoner, Michael D., ed. 2011. Sacred and Secular Tensions in Higher Education: Connecting Parallel Universities. New York: Routledge.
  • Watson, B. 2011. “Democracy, Religion and Secularism: Reflections on the Public Role of Religion in a Modern Society.” Journal of Beliefs and Values 32 (2): 173–83.
  • Wohlrab-Sahr, Monika. 2011. “‘Forced’ Secularity? On the Appropriation of Repressive Secularization.” Religion and Society in Central and Eastern Europe 4 (1): 63–77.
  • Yadgar, Y. 2011. “Jewish Secularism and Ethno-National Identity in Israel : The Traditionist Critique.” Journal of Contemporary Religion 26 (3): 467–81.
  • Zeller, Benjamin. 2011. “Religions and Science Beyond Belief:  Comments on Taner Edis’s Science and Nonbelief.” Bulletin for the Study of Religion 40 (4). http://www.equinoxjournals.com/BSOR/article/view/10859.
  • Zuckerman, Phil. 2011. Faith No More: Why People Reject Religion. New York: Oxford University Press.

2010

  • Altemeyer, Bob. 2010. “Atheism and Secularity in North America.” In Atheism and Secularity – Volume 2: Global Expressions, edited by Phil Zuckerman, 1–21. Santa Barbara: Praeger.
  • Amarasingam, Amarnath. 2010a. “What Is the New Atheism? A Thematic Overview.” In Religion and the New Atheism: A Critical Appraisal, edited by Amarnath Amarasingam. Leiden and Boston: Brill.
  • ———. 2010b. “To Err in Their Ways: The Attribution Biases of the New Atheists.” Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses 39 (4): 573–88.
  • ———. , ed. 2010c. Religion and the New Atheism: A Critical Appraisal. Leiden and Boston: Brill.
  • Ardagh, D. 2010. “Secular, Theistic and Religious Ethical Rationales for the Relief of Extreme Poverty.” Australian Journal of Professional and Applied Ethics 12 (1; /2): 40–54.
  • Bagg, Samuel, and David Voas. 2010. “The Triumph of Indifference: Irreligion in British Society.” In Atheism and Secularity – Volume 2: Global Expressions, edited by Phil Zuckerman, 91–111. Santa Barbara: Praeger.
  • Beit-Hallahmi, Benjamin. 2010. “Morality and Immorality among the Irreligious.” In Atheism and Secularity – Volume 1: Issues, Concepts and Definitions, edited by Phil Zuckerman, 113–48. Santa Barbara: Praeger.
  • Bering, Jesse. 2010a. “The Nonexistent Purpose of People.” The Psychologist 23: 290–93.
  • ———. 2010b. “Atheism Is Only Skin Deep: Geertz and Markússon Rely Mistakenly on Sociodemographic Data as Meaningful Indicators of Underlying Cognition.” Religion 40: 166–68.
  • Biale, D. 2010. Not in the Heavens: The Tradition of Jewish Secular Thought. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
  • Block, Tina. 2010. “Religion, Irreligion, and the Difference Place Makes: The Case of the Postwar Pacific Northwest.” Social History 43 (85): 1–30.
  • Borer, Michael Ian. 2010. “The New Atheism and the Secularisation Thesis.” In Religion and the New Atheism: A Critical Appraisal, edited by Amarnath Amarasingam, 125–37. Leiden and Boston: Brill.
  • Bradley, Arthur, and Andrew Tate. 2010. The New Atheist Novel: Fiction, Philosophy and Polemic after 9/11. Continuum International Publishing Group.
  • Bullivant, Stephen. 2010. “The New Atheism and Sociology: Why Here? Why Now? What Next?” In Religion and the New Atheism: A Critical Appraisal, edited by Amarnath Amarasingam, 109–24. Leiden and Boston: Brill.
  • Cady, Daniel. 2010. “Freethinkers and Hell Raisers: The Brief History of American Atheism and Secularism.” In Atheism and Secularity – Volume 1: Issues, Concepts and Definitions, edited by Phil Zuckerman, 229–49. Santa Barbara: Praeger.
  • Cady, Linell, and Elizabeth Shakman Hurd. 2010. Comparative Secularisms in a Global Age. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Cannell, Fenella. 2010. “Anthropology of Secularism.” Annual Review of Anthropology 39: 85–100.
  • Cimino, Richard, and Christopher Smith. 2010. “The New Atheism and the Empowerment of American Freethinkers.” In Religion and the New Atheism: A Critical Appraisal, edited by Amarnath Amarasingam, 139–56. Leiden and Boston: Brill.
  • Cliteur, Paul. 2010. The Secular Outlook: In Defense of Moral and Political Secularism. Chichester, West Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Cragun, R., and R. Lawson. 2010. “The Secular Transition: Worldwide Growth of Mormons, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and Seventh-Day Adventists.” Sociology of Religion.
  • Day, Abby. 2010. “‘Believing in Belonging’: An Exploration of Young People’s Social Contexts and Constructions of Belief.” In Religion and Youth, edited by Sylvia Collins-Mayo and Pink Dandelion, 97–103. Surrey: Ashgate.
  • Demerath, Jay, III. 2010. “Defining Religion and Modifying Religious ‘Bodies’: Secularizing the Sacred and Sacralising the Secular.” In Atheism and Secularity – Volume 1: Issues, Concepts and Definitions, edited by Phil Zuckerman, 251–69. Santa Barbara: Praeger.
  • Dennett, Daniel C., and L. LaScola. 2010. “Preachers Who Are Not Believers.” Evolutionary Psychology 8: 121–50.
  • Eller, Jack David. 2010a. “What Is Atheism?” In Atheism and Secularity – Volume 1: Issues, Concepts and Definitions, edited by Phil Zuckerman, 1–18. Santa Barbara: Praeger.
  • ———. 2010b. “Atheism and Secularity in the Arab World.” In Atheism and Secularity – Volume 2: Global Expressions, edited by Phil Zuckerman, 113–37. Santa Barbara: Praeger.
  • Falconi, Ryan C. 2010. “Is God a Hypothesis? The New Atheism, Contemporary Philosophy of Religion, and Philosophical Confusion.” In Religion and the New Atheism: A Critical Appraisal, edited by Amarnath Amarasingam, 203–24. Leiden and Boston: Brill.
  • Fuller, Steve. 2010. “What Has Atheism Ever Done for Science?” In Religion and the New Atheism: A Critical Appraisal, 57–77. Leiden and Boston: Brill.
  • Furseth, Inger. 2010. “Atheism, Secularity, and Gender.” In Atheism and Secularity – Volume 1: Issues, Concepts and Definitions, edited by Phil Zuckerman, 209–27. Santa Barbara: Praeger.
  • Gearing, R.E., and D. Lizardi. 2010. “Religion and Suicide: Buddhism, Native American and African Religions, Atheism, and Agnosticism.” Journal of Religion and Health 49 (3): 377–84.
  • Geertz, Armin W., and Guðmundur Ingi Markússon. 2010. “Religion Is Natural, Atheism Is Not: On Why Everybody Is Both Right and Wrong.” Religion 40: 152–65.
  • Geroulanos, S. 2010. An Atheism That Is Not Humanist Emerges in French Thought. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
  • Guillory, J.M. 2010. “Reconciling Non-Belief: A Mixed Methods Approach to Sources of Agnosticism and Atheism.” Unpublished MA Thesis, Austin: University of Texas at Austin.
  • Gulalp, H. 2010. “Secularism and the European Court of Human Rights.” European Public Law 16 (3): 455–71.
  • Habermas, Jurgen. 2010. An Awareness of What Is Missing: Faith and Reason in a Post-Secular  Age. Cambridge: Polity.
  • Halman, Loek. 2010. “Atheism and Secularity in the Netherlands.” In Atheism and Secularity – Volume 2: Global Expressions, edited by Phil Zuckerman, 155–75. Santa Barbara: Praeger.
  • Harries, Richard. 2010. “Foreword.” In Religion and the New Atheism: A Critical Appraisal, edited by Amarnath Amarasingam, xi – xii. Leiden and Boston: Brill.
  • Heng, Michael S. H., Ten Chin Liew, and C. L. Ten. 2010. State and Secularism: Perspectives from Asia. World Scientific.
  • Hormel, Leontina M. 2010. “Atheism and Secularity in the Former Soviet Union.” In Atheism and Secularity – Volume 2: Global Expressions, edited by Phil Zuckerman, 45–71. Santa Barbara: Praeger.
  • Hunter, Laura A. 2010. “Explaining Atheism: Testing the Secondary Compensator Model and Proposing an Alternative.” Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion 6.
  • Hyman, Gavin. 2010. A Short History of Atheism. London: I.B. Tauris.
  • Kanazawa, Satoshi. 2010. “Why Liberals and Atheists Are More Intelligent.” Social Psychology Quarterly 73 (1): 33–57.
  • Kane, Michael N. 2010. “Research Note: Perceptions about the Ridicule of Religious and Spiritual Beliefs.” Journal of Contemporary Religion 25 (3): 453–62.
  • Keene, D.L., and R.R. Handrich. 2010. “Panic over the Unknown: America Hates Atheists.” The Jury Expert 22 (2): 50–60.
  • Knott, Kim. 2010a. “Theoretical and Methodological Resources for Breaking Open the Secular and Exploring the Boundary between Religion and Non-Religion.” Historia Religionum 2: 115–33.
  • ———. 2010b. “Specialness and the Sacred: Ann Taves, Religious Experience Reconsidered.” Religion 40 (4): 305–7.
  • Lee, Lois, and Stephen Bullivant. 2010. “Where Do Atheists Come From?” New Scientist, March 3. http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg20527506.100-where-do-atheists-come-from.html?page=1.
  • Liang, Tong. 2010. “Atheism and Secularity in China.” In Atheism and Secularity – Volume 2: Global Expressions, edited by Phil Zuckerman, 197–221. Santa Barbara: Praeger.
  • Lim, Chaeyoon, Carol Ann, and Robert D. Putnam. 2010. “Secular and Liminal: Discovering Heterogeneity Among Religious Nones.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 49 (4): 596–618.
  • Linneman, Thomas J., and Margaret A. Clendenen. 2010. “Sexuality and the Secular.” In Atheism and Secularity – Volume 1: Issues, Concepts and Definitions, edited by Phil Zuckerman, 89–111. Santa Barbara: Praeger.
  • Lüchau, Peter. 2010. “Atheism and Secularity: The Scandanavian Paradox.” In Atheism and Secularity – Volume 2: Global Expressions, edited by Phil Zuckerman, 177–96. Santa Barbara: Praeger.
  • Mahmood, Saba. 2010. “Religious Reason and Secular Affect: An Incommensurable Divide?” Critical Inquiry 35: 836–62.
  • Majeed, J. 2010. “THE CRISIS OF SECULARISM IN INDIA.” Modern Intellectual History 7 (3): 653–66.
  • Manning, Christel. 2010. “Atheism, Secularity, the Family, and Children.” In Atheism and Secularity – Volume 1: Issues, Concepts and Definitions, edited by Phil Zuckerman, 19–41. Santa Barbara: Praeger.
  • March, Andrew F. 2010. Speech and the Sacred: Does the Defense of Free Speech Rest on a Mistake about Religion?. SSRN Scholarly Paper ID 1642754. Rochester, NY: Social Science Research Network. http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract=1642754.
  • McLennan, Gregor. 2010. “The Postsecular Turn.” Theory Culture Society 27 (3): 3–20.
  • Modood, Tariq. 2010. “Moderate Secularism, Religion as Identity and Respect for Religion.” The Political Quarterly 81 (1): 4–14.
  • Modood, Tariq, Pragna Patel, Julia Bard, Tope Omoniyi, Joshua A. Fishman, and Stacey Gutkowski. 2010. “From Multiculturalism to Multifaithism? The Panel Debate.” Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism 10 (2): 304–22.
  • Morini, C. 2010. “Secularism and Freedom of Religion : The Approach of the European Court of Human Rights.” Israel Law Review 43 (3): 611–30.
  • Nall, Jeff. 2010. “Disparate Destinations, Parallel Paths: A Comparative Analysis of Contemporary  Atheist and Christian Parenting Literature.” In Religion and the New Atheism: A Critical Appraisal, edited by Amarnath Amarasingam. Leiden and Boston: Brill.
  • Narisetti, Innaiah. 2010. “Atheism and Secularity in India.” In Atheism and Secularity – Volume 2: Global Expressions, edited by Phil Zuckerman, 139–53. Santa Barbara: Praeger.
  • Pasquale, Frank L. 2010a. “A Portrait of Secular Group Affiliates.” In Atheism and Secularity – Volume 1: Issues, Concepts and Definitions, edited by Phil Zuckerman, 43–87. Santa Barbara: Praeger.
  • ———. 2010b. “An Assessment of the Role of Early Parental Loss in the Adoption of Atheism or Irreligion.” Archive for the Psychology of Religion 32 (3): 375–96.
  • Paul, Gregory S. 2010. “The Evolution of Popular Religiosity and Secularism: How First World Statistics Reveal Why Religion Exists, Why It Has Been Popular, and Why the Most Successful Democracies Are the Most Secular.” In Atheism and Secularity – Volume 1: Issues, Concepts and Definitions, edited by Phil Zuckerman, 149–207. Santa Barbara: Praeger.
  • Quack, Johannes. 2010. “Is to Ignore to Deny? Säkularisierung, Säkularität Und Säkularismus in Indien.” In Religionspolitik, Öffentlichkeit, Wissenschaft: Studien Zur Neuformierung von Religion in Der Gegenwart, edited by Martin Bauman and Frank Neubert, 291–317. Zürich: PANO-Verlag.
  • Robbins, Jeffrey W., and Christopher D. Rodkey. 2010. “Beating ‘God’ to Death: Radical Theology and the New Atheism.” In Religion and the New Atheism: A Critical Appraisal, edited by Amarnath Amarasingam. Leiden and Boston: Brill.
  • Roemer, Michael K. 2010. “Atheism and Secularity in Modern Japan.” In Atheism and Secularity – Volume 2: Global Expressions, edited by Phil Zuckerman, 23–44. Santa Barbara: Praeger.
  • Schwadel, P. 2010. “Period and Cohort Effects on Religious Nonaffiliation and Religious Disaffiliation: A Research Note.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 49 (2): 311–19.
  • Siegers, Pascale. 2010. “A Multiple Group Latent Class Analysis of Religious Orientations in Europe.” In Cross-Cultural Analysis: Methods and Applications, edited by E. Davidov, P. Schmidt, and J. Billet, 397–413. New York: Routledge.
  • Stahl, William A. 2010. “One-Dimensional Rage: The Social Epistemology of the New Atheism and Fundamentalism.” In Religion and the New Atheism: A Critical Appraisal, edited by Amarnath Amarasingam, 98–108. Leiden and Boston: Brill.
  • Turner, Bryan S. 2010. “Religion in a Post-Secular Society.” In The New Blackwell Companion to the Sociology of Religion, 649–67. Chichester, West Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Vahabzadeh, Peyman. 2010. A Guerrilla Odyssey: Modernization, Secularism, Democracy, and the Fadai Period of National Liberation in Iran, 1971-1979. Syracuse, N.Y: Syracuse University Press.
  • Vernon, Mark. 2010. “Afterword.” In Religion and the New Atheism: A Critical Appraisal, edited by Amarnath Amarasingam, 225–31. Leiden and Boston: Brill.
  • Voas, David. 2010. “Explaining Change over Time in Religious Involvement.” In Religion and Youth, edited by Sylvia Collins-Mayo and Pink Dandelion, 25–32. Surrey: Ashgate.
  • Voas, David, and Abby Day. 2010. “Recognising Secular Christians: Toward an Unexcluded Middle in the Study of Religion.” ARDA Guiding Paper. http://www.thearda.com/rrh/papers/guidingpapers/voas.asp.
  • Warner, Michael, Jonathan Vanantwerpen, and Craig Calhoun, eds. 2010. Varieties of  Secularism in a Secular Age. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
  • Warner, Rob. 2010. Secularization and Its Discontents. London: Continuum.
  • Welter, A. 2010. “Secularizing the Sacred, Sacralizing the Secular. Reflections on the Buddhist Monastic Institution in China.” Saeculum 60 (2): 307–30.
  • Whitley, Rob. 2010. “Atheism and Mental Health.” Harvard Review of Psychiatry 18 (3): 190–94.
  • Wilde, Lawrence. 2010. “The Antinomies of Aggressive Atheism.” Contemporary Political Theory 9: 266–83.
  • Wilford, Justin. 2010. “Sacred Archipelagos: Geographies of Secularization.” Progress in Human Geography 34 (3): 328–48.
  • Wilkinson, P.J., and P.G. Coleman. 2010. “Strong Beliefs and Coping in Old Age: A Case-Based Comparison of Atheism and Religious Faith.” Ageing and Society 30: 37–61.
  • Yirenkyi, Kwasi, and Baffour K. Takyi. 2010. “Atheism and Secularity in Ghana.” In Atheism and Secularity – Volume 2: Global Expressions, edited by Phil Zuckerman, 73–89. Santa Barbara: Praeger.
  • Zenk, Thomas. 2010. “Die Erfindung Des ‘Neuen Atheismus’: Religionswissenschaftliche Anmerkungen Zu Einem Phänomen Der Religiösen Gegenwartskultur.” Aufklärung Und Kritik 35: 123–35.
  • Zuckerman, Phil. 2010a. Society without God: What the Least Religious Nations Can Tell Us about Contentment. New York: New York University Press.
  • ———. 2010b. “Introduction.” In Atheism and Secularity – Volume 1: Issues, Concepts and Definitions, edited by Phil Zuckerman, vii – xii. Santa Barbara: Praeger.
  • ———. , ed. 2010c. Atheism and Secularity. 2 vols. Santa Barbara: Praeger.

2009

  • Arthur, J. 2009. ‘Secularisation, Secularism and Catholic Education : Understanding the Challenges’. International Studies in Catholic Education 1 (2): 228–239.
  • Baggini, Julian. 2009. ‘The New Atheist Movement Is Destructive’. http://www.fritanke.no/ENGLISH/2009/The_new_atheist_movement_is_destructive/.
  • Bainbridge, William Sims. 2009. ‘Atheism’. In The Oxford Handbook of the Sociology of Religion, ed. Peter Carke. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Baker, Joseph O’Brian, and Buster Smith. 2009a. ‘The Nones: Social Characteristics of the Religiously Unaffiliated’. Social Forces 87 (3): 1251–1263.
  • ———. 2009b. ‘None Too Simple: Examining Issues of Religious Nonbelief and Nonbelonging in the United States’. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 48 (4) (December): 719–733.
  • Bangstad, Sindre. 2009. ‘Contesting Secularism/s: Secularism and Islam in the Work of Talal Asad’. Anthropological Theory 9 (2): 188–208.
  • Berner, Ulrich. 2009. ‘Skeptizismus Und Religionskritik’. In Religion Und Kritik in Der Antike,ed. U. Berner and I Tanaseanu-Döbler, trans. Johannes Quack, 36–59. Berlin: Lit Verlag.
  • Bhandar, Brenna. 2009. ‘The Ties That Bind: Multiculturalism and Secularism Reconsidered’. Journal of Law and Society 36 (2).
  • Bubbio, Paolo Diego. 2009. ‘Metaphilosophical Reflections on Theism and Atheism in the Current Debate’. In Politics and Religion in the New Century: Philosophical Reflections, ed. Philip Andrew Quadrio and Carrol Besseling, 354–381. Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Caldwell, C.L. 2009. ‘The Puzzle of Nonbelief’. In How Differently We Work! Case Studies at the Overlap of Religion and Psychology, ed. Nathaniel F. Barrett and Robert Cummings Neville.
  • Casanova, José. 2009. ‘The Secular and Secularisms’. Social Research 76 (4): 1049–1066.
  • Cavanaugh, William T. 2009. The Myth of Religious Violence: Secular Ideology and the Roots of Modern Conflict. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Cliteur, Paul. 2009. ‘The Definition of Atheism’. Journal of Religion and Society 11.
  • Day, Abby. 2009a. ‘Researching Belief Without Asking Religious Questions’. Fieldwork in Religion 4 (1): 86–104.
  • ———. 2009b. ‘Believing in Belonging: An Ethnography of Young People’s Constructions of Belief’. Culture and Religion 10 (3) (November): 263–278.
  • Ecklund, E.H., and J.Z. Park. 2009. ‘Conflict Between Science and Religion Among Academic Scientists?’ Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 48 (2): 276–292.
  • Epstein, Greg M. 2009. Good Without God: What a Billion Non-Religious People Do Believe. New York: HarperCollins.
  • Fergusson, David. 2009. Faith and Its Critics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Foust, C.H. 2009. ‘“An Alien in a Christian World”: Intolerance, Coping, and Negotiating  Identity Among Atheists in the United States.’ Unpublished Master’s Thesis, Wake Forest University: Wake Forest University.
  • Galen, L.W. ‘Profiles of the Godless: Results from a Survey of the Nonreligious.’ Free Inquiry, September 2009.
  • Gökariksel, Banu. 2009. ‘Beyond the Officially Sacred: Religion, Secularism, and the Body in the  Production of Subjectivity’. Social and Cultural Geography 10 (6): 657–674.
  • Goodman, Kathleen M., and John A. Mueller. 2009. ‘Invisible, Marginalized, and Stigmatized:  Understanding and Addressing the Needs of Atheist Students’. New Directions for Student Services 125: 55–63.
  • Howe, Nicolas. 2009. ‘Secular Iconoclasm: Purifying, Privatizing, and Profaning Public Faith’. Social and Cultural Geography 10 (6): 639–656.
  • Keysar, Ariela. 2009. Secularism, Women & the State: The Mediterranean World in the 21st Century. ISSSC.
  • Lee, Lois. 2009a. ‘NSRN Website – About’. Nonreligion and Secularity Research Network. http://www.nsrn.co.uk/About.html.
  • ———. 2009b. ‘Myth by Modern Media: Stabilising Uncertainty in Pluralised Societies (PPSIS Working Paper)’. Cambridge: University of Cambridge. http://www.ppsis.cam.ac.uk.
  • Lynn, Richard, John Harvey, and Helmuth Nyborg. 2009. ‘Average Intelligence Predicts Atheism Rates Across 137 Nations’. Intelligence 37 (1): 11–15.
  • Modood, Tariq. 2009. ‘Moderate Secularism and Multiculturalism’. Politics 29 (1): 71–76.
  • Patrikios, Stratos. 2009. ‘Religious Deprivatisation in Modern Greece’. Journal of Contemporary Religion 24 (3): 357–362.
  • Paul, Gregory S. 2009. ‘The Chronic Dependence of Popular Religiosity Upon Dysfunctional Psychosocial Conditions’. Evolutionary Psychology 7 (3): 398–441.
  • Pollack, Detlef. 2009. Rückkehr Des Religiösen? Tübigen: Mohr Siebeck (Studien zum religiösen Wandel in Deutschland und Europa).
  • Rees, T.J. 2009. ‘Is Personal Insecurity a Cause of Cross-National Differences in the Intensity of Religious Belief?’ Journal of Religion and Society 11.
  • Ritchey, J. ‘“One Nation Under God”:  Identity and Resistance in a Rural Atheist Organization’. Journal of Religion and Popular Culture 21, no. 2 (Summer 2009).
  • Rodrigues, D.S. 2009a. ‘Os Sem Religião e a Crise Do Pertencimento Institucional No Brasil: o Caso Fluminense [Title in English: “The ‘Without Religion’ and the Crisis of the Institutional Affiliation in Brazil:  The Case of Some Inhabitants of Rio De Janeiro State”]’. Revista Espaço Acadêmico (UEM) 102: 180–181.
  • ———. 2009b. ‘Os Sem Religião No Censo Nacional: Investigações e Ponderações Acerca  De Pertencimento Religioso No Brasil [Title in English: The “Without Religion” in the National Census: Investigations and Reflections Concerning Religious Affiliation in Brazil]’. Revista Eletrônica Espaço  Acadêmico 94: 1–10.
  • Slezak, Peter. 2009. ‘Gods of the State: Atheism, Enlightenment and Barbarity’. In Politics and Religion in the New Century: Philosophical Reflections, ed. Philip Andrew Quadrio and Carrol Besseling, 20–60. Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Stenger, Victor. 2009. The New Atheism: Taking a Stand for Science and Reason. New York: Prometheus.
  • Storm, Ingrid. 2009. ‘Halfway to Heaven: Four Types of Fuzzy Fidelity in Europe’. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 48 (4): 702–718.
  • Voas, David. 2009a. ‘The Rise and Fall of Fuzzy Fidelity in Europe’. European Sociological Review 25 (2): 155–168.
  • ———. 2009b. ‘Who Are the Non-religious in Britain and Where Do They Come from? (Conference Paper)’. In Wolfson College, Oxford: Nonreligion and Secularity Research Network.
  • Wohlrab-Sahr, Monika, Uta Karstein, and Thomas Schmidt-Lux. 2009. Forcierte Säkularität. Religiöser Wandel Und Generationendynamik Im Osten Deutschlands. Frankfurt am Main: Campus.
  • Wohlrab-Sahr, Monika, and Bertelsmann Stiftung. 2009. ‘The Stable Third: Non-religiosity in Germany’. In What the World Believes. Analyses and Commentary on the Religion Monitor 2008, 149–166. Gütersloh: Gütersloher Verlagshaus.
  • Zuckerman, Phil. 2009a. ‘Atheism, Secularity, and Well-Being: How the Findings of Social Science Counter Negative Stereotypes and Assumptions’. Social Compass 3 (6): 949–971.
  • ———. 2009b. ‘Why Are Danes and Swedes so Irreligious?’ Nordic Journal of Religion and Society 22 (1).

2008

  • Azinfar, Fatemeh Chehregosha. 2008. Atheism in the medieval Islamic and European world: the influence of Persian and Arabic ideas of doubt and skepticism on medieval European literary thought. Ibex Publishers, Inc.

  • Bader, Veit. 2008. Secularism, Public Reason or Moderately Agonistic Democracy? In Secularism, Religion and Multicultural Citizenship, ed. G.B. Levey and Tariq Modood. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

  • Beckford, James A. 2008. “Secularism and Coercive Freedoms.” British Journal of Sociology 59 (2): 255-260.

  • Berger, Peter, Grace Davie, and Effie Fokas. 2008. Religious America, Secular Europe? A Theme and Variations. Aldershot: Ashgate.
  • Bhargava, Rajeev. 2008. Political secularism: why it is needed and what can be learnt from its Indian version. In Secularism, Religion and Multicultural Citizenship, ed. G.B. Levey and Tariq Modood. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Bullivant, Stephen. 2008a. “Research Note: Sociology and the Study of Atheism.” Journal of Contemporary Religion 23 (3): 363-368.
  • ———. 2008b. “Introducing Irreligious Experiences.” Implicit Religion 11 (1): 7-24.
  • Caldwell-Harris, C.L., A. Wilson, E. Tempio, and Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi. 2008. Exploring the atheist personality: Well-being, awe, and magical thinking in atheists, Buddhists, and Christians. http://people.bu.edu/harris/AthChrisBuddApril9_2008.pdf.
  • Farias, M., and M. Lalljee. 2008. “Holistic individualism in the Age of Aquarius: Measuring individualism/collectivism in New Age, Catholic and atheist/agnostic groups.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 47 (2): 277-289.
  • Franzmann, Manuel. 2008. Why People Would Not Stop Contributing If an Unconditional Basic Income Were Introduced. An Argumentation from Within the Sociology of Religion. Frankfurt am Main: Goethe Universität (Hochschulpublikation der Goethe Universität). http://publikationen.ub.uni-frankfurt.de/volltexte/2008/5628/.
  • Gorski, Philip S., and Ateş Altinordu. 2008. “After Secularization?” Annual Review of Sociology 34 (1): 55-85.
  • Habermas, Jurgen. 2008. Between Naturalism and Religion: Philosophical Essays. Cambridge: Polity.
  • Hitchens, Christopher. 2008. God is not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything. London: Atlantic Books.
  • Hunter, Ian. 2008. The shallow legitimacy of secular liberal orders: the case of early modern Brandenburg-Prussia. In Secularism, Religion and Multicultural Citizenship, ed. G.B. Levey and Tariq Modood. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Hurd, Elizabeth Shakman. 2008. The Politics of Secularism in International Relations. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
  • Hwang, Karen. 2008a. “Atheists with Disabilities: A Neglected Minority in Religion and Rehabilitation Research.” Journal of Religion, Disability & Health 12 (2): 7-24.
  • ———. 2008b. “Experiences of atheists with spinal cord injury: Results of an internet-based exploratory survey.” SCI Psychosocial Process 20: 4-17.
  • Lægaard, Sune. 2008a. “Moderate Secularism, Difference Sensitivity and Contextualism: A Rejoinder to Modood.” Politics 29 (1): 77-81.
  • ———. 2008b. “Moderate Secularism and Multicultural Equality.” Politics 28 (3): 160-168.
  • Levey, G.B. 2008. Secularism and Religion in a Multicultural Age. In Secularism, Religion and Multicultural Citizenship, ed. G.B. Levey and Tariq Modood. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Levey, G.B., and Tariq Modood, eds. 2008. Secularism, Religion and Multicultural Citizenship. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Modood, Tariq. 2008. Muslims, religious equality and secularism. In Secularism, Religion and Multicultural Citizenship, ed. G.B. Levey and Tariq Modood. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Nall, Jeff. 2008. ‘Fundamentalist Atheism and Its Intellectual Failures’. Humanity and Society 32 (August): 263–280.
  • Saunders, David. 2008. France on the knife-edge of religion: commemorating the centenary of the law of 9 December 1905 on the separation of church and state. In Secularism, Religion and Multicultural Citizenship, ed. G.B. Levey and Tariq Modood. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Sayyid, S. 2008. Contemporary politics of secularism. In Secularism, Religion and Multicultural Citizenship, ed. G.B. Levey and Tariq Modood. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Shariff, Azim F.A., Adam B. Cohen, and Ara Anorenzayan. 2008. “The Devil’s Advocate: Secular Arguments Diminish both Implicit and Explicit Religious Belief.” Journal of Cognition and Culture 8 (3-4): 417-423.
  • Sherkat, Darren E. 2008. “Beyond Belief: Atheism, Agnosticism, and Theistic Certainty in the United States.” Sociological Spectrum 28 (5): 438-459.
  • Stewart, Robert B. 2008. Introduction: The Future of Atheism: An Introductory Appraisal. In The Future of Atheism: Alister McGrath and Daniel Dennett in Dialogue, ed. Robert B. Stewart, 1-16. London: SPCK.
  • Taylor, Charles. 2008. Foreword: What is secularism? In Secularism, Religion and Multicultural Citizenship, ed. G.B. Levey and Tariq Modood. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Urban, Greg. 2008. “The circulation of secularism.” International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society 21 (1-4): 17-37.
  • Vernon, Mark. 2008. After Atheism: Science, Religion, and the Meaning of Life. Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Weller, Paul. 2008. Religious Diversity in the UK: Contours and Issues. London: Continuum.

2007

  • Ammerman, N., ed. 2007. Everyday Religion: Observing MOdern Religious Lives. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  • Anderson, Karen. 2007. “The Secularisation Debate in Western Society: Ireland as a Unique Case.” Unpublished PhD Thesis, Dublin: University College Dublin.
  • Bainbridge, William Sims. 2007. Across the Secular Abyss: From Faith to Wisdom. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

  • Beattie, Tina. 2007. The New Atheists: The Twilight of Reason and the War on Religion. London: Darton, Longman and Todd.
  • Beit-Hallahmi, Benjamin. 2007a. Atheists: A Psychological Profile. In The Cambridge Companion to Atheism, ed. Michael Martin, 300-317. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • ———. 2007b. The Secular Israeli (Jewish) Identity: An Impossible Dream? In Secularism and Secularity: Contemporary International Perspectives, ed. Barry A. Kosmin and Ariela Keysar. Hartford, CI: Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society & Culture.
  • Bremmer, J.N. 2007. Atheism in antiquity. In The Cambridge Companion to Atheism, ed. Michael Martin, 11-26. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Campbell, Colin. 2007. The Easternization of the West. Boulder and London: Paradigm Publishers.
  • Caron, Nathalie. 2007. Laïcité and Secular Attitudes in France’. In Secularism and Secularity: Contemporary International Perspectives, ed. Barry A. Kosmin and Ariela Keysar. Hartford, CI: Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society & Culture.
  • Cimino, Richard, and Christopher Smith. 2007. “Secular Humanism and Atheism beyond Progressive Secularism.” Sociology of Religion 68 (4): 407-424.
  • Dawkins, Richard. 2007. The God Delusion. London: Black Swan.
  • Dencik, Lars. 2007. The Paradox of Secularism in Denmark: From Emancipation to Ethnocentrism. In Secularism and Secularity: Contemporary International Perspectives, ed. Barry A. Kosmin and Ariela Keysar. Hartford, CI: Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society & Culture.
  • Dennett, Daniel C. 2007. Breaking the Spell: Religion as a Natural Phenomenon. London: Penguin.
  • Engineer, Ashgar Ali. 2007. Secularism in India. In Secularism and Secularity: Contemporary International Perspectives, ed. Barry A. Kosmin and Ariela Keysar. Hartford, CI: Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society & Culture.
  • Fitzgerald, Timothy. 2007. Discourse on Civility and Barbarity: A Critical History of Religion and Related Categories. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Fitzgerald, Timothy, ed. 2007. Religion and the Secular: Historical and Colonial Formations. London and Oakville CT: Equinox.
  • Harper, Marcel. 2007. “The Stereotyping of Nonreligious People by Religious Students: Contents and Subtypes.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 46 (4): 539-552.
  • Harris, Sam. 2007. Letter to a Christian Nation: A Challenge to Faith. London: Bantam Press.
  • Harrison, Victoria S. 2007. “On Defining the Religious Person.” Theology July/August 2007: 243-250.
  • Hitchens, Christopher, ed. 2007. The Portable Atheist. Philadelphia: Da Capo Press.
  • Hyman, Gavin. 2007. Atheism in Modern History. In The Cambridge Companion to Atheism, ed. Michael Martin, 27-46. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Iannaccone, L.R., and M.D. Makowsky. 2007. “Accidental Atheists? Agent-Based Explanations for the Persistence of Religious Regionalism.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 46 (1): 1-16.
  • Keysar, A. 2007. Who Are America’s Atheists and Agnostics? In Secularism and Secularity: Contemporary International Perspectives, ed. Barry A. Kosmin and Ariela Keysar. Hartford, CI: Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society & Culture.
  • Keysar, A., and B. Kosmin. 2007. The Freethinkers in a Free Market of Religion. In Secularism and Secularity: Contemporary International Perspectives, ed. Barry A. Kosmin and Ariela Keysar. Hartford, CI: Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society & Culture.
  • Killen, Patricia O’Connell. 2007. The North American Pacific Rim: A Response to Frank Pasquale and William Stahl. In Secularism and Secularity: Contemporary International Perspectives, ed. Barry A. Kosmin and Ariela Keysar. Hartford, CI: Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society & Culture.
  • Knott, Kim, and Myfanwy Franks. 2007. ‘Secular Values and the Location of Religion: A Spatial Analysis of an English Medical Centre’. Health and Place 13 (1): 224–237.
  • Konner, Joan. 2007. The atheist’s Bible: an illustrious collection of irreverent thoughts. 1st ed. New York: Ecco/HarperCollins.
  • Kosmin, B. 2007. Introduction: Contemporary Secularity and Secularism. In Secularism and Secularity: Contemporary International Perspectives, ed. Barry A. Kosmin and Ariela Keysar. Hartford, CI: Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society & Culture.
  • Kosmin, Barry A., and Ariela Keysar, eds. 2007. Secularism and Secularity: Contemporary International Perspectives. Hartford, CI: Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society & Culture.
  • Martin, Michael. 2007a. General Introduction. In The Cambridge Companion to Atheism, ed. Michael Martin, 1-7. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Martin, Michael, ed. 2007b. The Cambridge Companion to Atheism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • McCutcheon, Russell T. 2007. “‘They Licked the Platter Clean’: On the Co-Dependency of the Religious and the Secular.” Method and Theory in the Study of Religion 19: 173-199. doi:10.1163/157006807X240109.
  • McGrath, Alister, and Joanna Collicutt McGrath. 2007. The Dawkins Delusion: Atheist Fundamentalism and the denial of the divine. London: SPCK.
  • McLennan, Gregor. 2007. ‘Towards Postsecular Sociology?’ Sociology 41: 857–870.
  • McLeod, Hugh. 2007. The Religious Crisis of the 1960s. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Moossavi, Nastaran. 2007. Secularism in Iran: A Hidden Agenda? In Secularism and Secularity: Contemporary International Perspectives, ed. Barry A. Kosmin and Ariela Keysar. Hartford, CI: Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society & Culture.
  • Pasquale, Frank L. 2007a. Unbelief and Irreligion, Empirical Study and Neglect of. In The New Encyclopedia of Unbelief, ed. Tom Flynn, 760-766. Amherst, NY: Prometheus.
  • ———. 2007b. “Nonreligious” in the American Northwest. In Secularism and Secularity: Contemporary International Perspectives, ed. Barry A. Kosmin and Ariela Keysar. Hartford, CI: Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society & Culture.
  • Pasquale, Frank L. 2007c. ‘Empirical Study and Neglect of Unbelief and Irreligion’. The New Encyclopaedia of Unbelief. Amherst, NY: Prometheus. http://www.trincoll.edu/Academics/centers/isssc/Documents/Unbelief%20and%20Irreligion,%20Empirical%20Study%20and%20Neglect%20of.pdf.
  • Phillips, Bruce A. 2007. Putting Secularity in context. In Secularism and Secularity: Contemporary International Perspectives, ed. Barry A. Kosmin and Ariela Keysar. Hartford, CI: Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society & Culture.
  • Platinga, Alvin. 2007. “The Dawkins Confusion: Naturalism ‘ad absurdum’.” Books & Culture. http://www.booksandculture.com/articles/2007/marapr/1.21.html.
  • Presser, S., and M. Chaves. 2007. “Is Religious Service Attendance Declining?” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 46 (3): 417-423.
  • Reed, S.R. 2007. “Analyzing secularization and religiosity in Asia.” Japanese Journal of Political Science 8 (3): 327-339.
  • Rodrigues, D.S. 2007. “Religiosos Sem Igreja: Um Mergulho na Categoria Censitária dos Sem Religião [Religious persons Without Church: A Dive in the Census category of the Without Religion].” REVER (PUCSP) 4: 31-56.
  • Roy, Oliver. 2007. Secularism Confronts Islam. New York: Columbia University Press.
  • Saler, Benson, and Charles A. Ziegler. 2007. “Atheism and the Apotheosis of Agency.” Temenos 42 (2): 7-41.
  • Singleton, Andrew. 2007. “People Were Not Made to Be in God’s Image”: A Contemporary Overview of Secular Australians. In Secularism and Secularity: Contemporary International Perspectives, ed. Barry A. Kosmin and Ariela Keysar. Hartford, CI: Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society & Culture.
  • Smith, Graeme. 2007. A Short History of Secularism. London: I.B. Tauris.
  • Stahl, William A. 2007. Is Anyone in Canada Secular? In Secularism and Secularity: Contemporary International Perspectives, ed. Barry A. Kosmin and Ariela Keysar. Hartford, CI: Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society & Culture.
  • Taylor, Charles. 2007. A Secular Age. Boston, MA: Harvard University Press.
  • Voas, David, and Abby Day. 2007. Secularity in Great Britain. In Secularism and Secularity: Contemporary International Perspectives, ed. Barry A. Kosmin and Ariela Keysar. Hartford, CI: Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society & Culture.
  • 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.
  • Zuckerman, Phil. 2007. Atheism: Contemporary Numbers and Patterns. In The Cambridge Companion to Atheism, ed. Michael Martin, 47-65. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2006

  • Asad, Talal. 2006a. “French Secularism and the ‘Islamic Veil Affair’.” The Hedgehog Review 8: 93-106.
  • ———. 2006b. Trying to Understand French Secularism. In Poitical Theologies: Public Religions in a Post Secular World, ed. Hent de Vries and Lawrence E. Sullivan. New York: Fordham University Press.
  • Blanes, Ruy Llera. 2006. “The atheist anthropologist: Believers and non-beleivers in anthropological fieldwork.” Social Anthropology 14 (2): 223-234.
  • Bock, Heike. 2006. ‘Secularization of the Modern Conduct of Life? Reflections on Religiousness in Early Modern Europe’. In Religiosität in Der Säkularisierten Welt. Theoretische Und Empirische Beiträge Zur Säkularisierungsdebatte in Der Religionssoziologie, ed. Manuel Franzmann, Christel Gärtner, and Nicole Köck, 143–154. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften (Veröffentlichungen der Sektion Religionssoziologie  der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie, Band 11).
  • Brooke, C. 2006. “How the Stoics became Atheists.” Historical Journal 49 (2): 387-402.
  • Bruce, Steve. 2006. ‘What the Secularization Paradigm Really Says’. In Religiosität in Der Säkularisierten Welt. Theoretische Und Empirische Beiträge Zur Säkularisierungsdebatte in Der Religionssoziologie, ed. Manuel Franzmann, Christel Gärtner, and Nicole Köck, 39–48. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften (Veröffentlichungen der Sektion Religionssoziologie  der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie, Band 11).
  • Casanova, José. 2006a. Religion, Secular Identities and European Integration. In Religion in an Expanding Europe, ed. Timothy A. Byrnes and Peter J. Katzenstein. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • ———. 2006b. “Rethinking Secularization: A Global Comparative Perspective.” The Hedgehog Review.
  • Chambers, Paul. 2006. ‘Secularization and Welsh Religiosity’. In Religiosität in Der Säkularisierten Welt. Theoretische Und Empirische Beiträge Zur Säkularisierungsdebatte in Der Religionssoziologie, ed. Manuel Franzmann, Christel Gärtner, and Nicole Köck. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften (Veröffentlichungen der Sektion Religionssoziologie  der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie, Band 11).
  • Cinar, A. 2006. Modernity, Islam, and secularism in Turkey: Bodies, places, and time. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
  • Cipriani, Roberto. 2006. ‘Secularization or “diffused Religion”?’ In Religiosität in Der Säkularisierten Welt. Theoretische Und Empirische Beiträge Zur Säkularisierungsdebatte in Der Religionssoziologie, ed. Manuel Franzmann, Christel Gärtner, and Nicole Köck, 123–142. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften (Veröffentlichungen der Sektion Religionssoziologie  der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie, Band 11).
  • Crockett, Alasdair, and David Voas. 2006. “Generations of Decline: Religious Change in 20th-Century Britain.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 45 (4): 567-584.
  • Das, Veena. 2006. Secularism and the Arguent from Nature. In Powers of the Secular Modern: Talal Asad and his Interlocuters, ed. David Scott and Charles Hirschkind. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
  • Davie, Grace. 2006. “Is Europe an Exceptional Case?” The Hedgehog Review: 23-34.
  • Day, Abby. 2006. Believing in Belonging: a Case Study from Yorkshire. Unpublished PhD Thesis, Lancaster: Lancaster University.
  • Delibas, Kayhan. 2006. ‘The Experience of Secularisation in Modern Turkey: Secularisation from Above’. In Religiosität in Der Säkularisierten Welt. Theoretische Und Empirische Beiträge Zur Säkularisierungsdebatte in Der Religionssoziologie, ed. Manuel Franzmann, Christel Gärtner, and Nicole Köck, 375–394. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften (Veröffentlichungen der Sektion Religionssoziologie  der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie, Band 11).
  • Edgell, Penny, Joseph Gerteis, and Douglas Hartmann. 2006. “Atheists as ‘Other’: Moral Boundaries and Cultural Membership in American Society.” American Sociological Review 71 (2) (April): 211-234.
  • Franzmann, Manuel, Christel Gärtner, Nicole Köck, and Todd Wier, eds. 2006. ‘The Secularization of Religious Dissent: Anticlerical  Politics and the Freigeistig Movement in Germany 1844-1933rten’. In Religiosität in Der Säkularisierten Welt. Theoretische Und Empirische Beiträge Zur Säkularisierungsdebatte in Der Religionssoziologie, 155–176. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften (Veröffentlichungen der Sektion Religionssoziologie  der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie, Band 11).
  • Franzmann, Manuel, Christel Gärtner, and Nicole Köck, eds. 2006. Religiosität in Der Säkularisierten Welt. Theoretische Und Empirische Beiträge Zur Säkularisierungsdebatte in Der Religionssoziologie. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften (Veröffentlichungen der Sektion Religionssoziologie  der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie, Band 11).
  • Habermas, Jurgen. 2006. ‘Religion in the Public Sphere’. European Journal of Philosophy 14 (1): 1–25.
  • Halman, Loek, and V. Draulans. 2006. “How Secular is Europe?” British Journal of Sociology 57 (2): 263-288.
  • Harris, Sam. 2006. The End of Faith: Religion, Terror and the Future of Reason. London: The Free Press.
  • Hunsberger, Bruce, and Bob Altemeyer. 2006. Atheists: A Groundbreaking Study of America’s Nonbelievers. New York: Prometheus.
  • Jager, Colin. 2006. “After the Secular: The Subject of Romanticism.” Public Culture 18: 301-321.
  • Katzenstein, Peter J. 2006. Multiple modernities as limits to secular Europeanization? In Religion in an Expanding Europe, ed. Timothy A. Byrnes and Peter J. Katzenstein. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Kosmin, Barry A., and Ariela Keysar. 2006. Religion in a Free Market, Religious and Non-Religious Americans: Who, What, Why, Where. Ithaca, NY: Paramount Market Publishing.
  • Krause, N. 2006. ‘Religious Doubt and Psychological Well-being: A Longitudinal Investigation’. Review of Religious Research 47: 2887–302.
  • Lee, Lois. 2006. The “Secular” Individual in Britain: Toward a Sociology of (Ir)religion (unpublished MPhil dissertation). MPhil Dissertation, University of Cambridge.
  • Llera Blanes, Ruy. 2006. “The Atheist Anthropologist: Believers and Non-Believers in Anthropological Fieldwork.” Social Anthropology 14 (2): 223-234.
  • Mahmood, Saba. 2006. “Secularism, Hermeneutics, and Empire: The Politics of Islamic Reformation.” Public Culture 18: 323-347.
  • Martin, David. 2006. ‘Comparative Secularization North and South’. In Religiosität in Der Säkularisierten Welt. Theoretische Und Empirische Beiträge Zur Säkularisierungsdebatte in Der Religionssoziologie, ed. Manuel Franzmann, Christel Gärtner, and Nicole Köck. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften (Veröffentlichungen der Sektion Religionssoziologie  der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie, Band 11).
  • Oevermann, Ulrich, and Manuel Franzmann. 2006. Strukturelle Religiosität auf dem Wege zur religiösen Indifferenz. In Religiosität in  der säkularisierten Welt, ed. Manuel Franzmann, Christel Manning, and Nicole Köck, 49-81. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag.
  • Scott, David, and Charles Hirschkind, eds. 2006. Powers of the Secular Modern: Talal Asad and His Interlocutors. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
  • Voas, David. 2006. “ ’Religious Decline in Scotland: New Evidence on Timing and Spatial Patterns.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 45 (1): 107-118.

2005

  • Arnold, J.H. 2005. Belief and unbelief in medieval Europe. London: Hodder Arnold.
  • Bainbridge, William Sims. 2005. “Atheism.” Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion 1: 1-24.
  • Buckley, S.J., and Michael J. Buckley. 2005. The study of religion and the rise of atheism: conflict or confirmation? In Fields of Faith: Theology and Religious Studies for the Twenty-First Century, ed. David F. Ford, Ben Quash, and Janet Martin Soskice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Cady, Linell. 2005. “Secularism, Secularizing, and Secularization: Reflections on Stout’s Democracy and Tradition.” Journal of the American Academy of Religion 27 (3): 871-885.
  • Cavalcanti, H.B., and D. Schleef. 2005. “The Case for Secular Assimilation? The Latino Experience in Richmond, Virginia.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 44 (4): 473-483.
  • During, Simon. 2005. “Towards the postsecular.” PMLA 120: 106-107.
  • Exline, J.J., and A. Martin. 2005. Anger toward God: A new frontier in forgiveness research. In Handbook of Forgiveness, ed. E.L. Worthington, 73-88. New York: Routledge.
  • Franzmann, Manuel. 2005. ‘Generation and Secularisation in Germany. The Succession of Generations up to the Youngest Adult Generation and the Advancing Process of Secularisation’. In Moderné Náboženstvo – Modern Religion, 44–54. Bratislava: Ústav pre vzťahy štátu a církví. http://publikationen.ub.uni-frankfurt.de/volltexte/2007/5129/.
  • Froese, Paul, and Stephen Pfaff. 2005. “Explaining a Religious Anomaly: A Historical Analysis of Secularization in Eastern Germany.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 44 (4): 397-422.
  • Heelas, Paul, Linda Woodhead, Benjamin Seel, Bronislaw Szerszynski, and Karen Tusting. 2005. The Spiritual Revolution: Why Religion is Giving Way to Spirituality. Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Knott, Kim. 2005. The Location of Religion: A Spatial Analysis. London: Equinox.
  • McGrath, Alister. 2005. The Twilight of Atheism: The Rise and Fall of Disbelief in the Modern World. London: Rider.
  • Orsi, R. 2005. Between heaven and earth: the religious worlds people make and the scholars who study them. Princeton, NJ and Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Riley, J., S. Best, and B.G. Charlton. 2005. “Religious believers and strong atheists may both be less depressed than existentially-uncertain people.” QJM: AN International Journal of Medicine 98 (11): 840.
  • Seaman, Ann Rowe. 2005. America’s Most Hated Woman: The Life and Gruesome Death of Madalyn Murray O’Hair. New York: Continuum.
  • Stark, Rodney, Eva Hamberg, and Allen S. Miller. 2005. “Exploring Spirituality and Unchurched Religions in America, Sweden, and Japan.” Journal of Contemporary Religion 20 (1): 3-23.
  • Voas, David, and Alasdair Crockett. 2005. “Religion in Britain: Neither Believing nor Belonging.” Sociology 39 (1): 11-28.

2004

  • Barrett, J.L. 2004. Why would anyone believe in God? Walnut Creek, CA: Altamira Press.
  • Bates, S. 2004. ‘“Godless Communism” and Its Legacies’. Society 41 (3).
  • Buckley, Michael J. 2004. Denying and Disclosing God: The Ambiguous Progress of Modern Atheism. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
  • Froese, Paul. 2004a. “After Atheism: An Analysis of Religious Monopolies in the Post-Communist World.” Sociology of Religion 65 (1): 57-75.
  • ———. 2004b. “Forced Secularisation in Soviet Russia: Why an Atheistic Monopoly Failed.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 40 (1): 35-50.
  • Hurd, Elizabeth Shakman. 2004a. “The International Politics of Secularism: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Islamic Republic of Iran.” Alternatives: Global, Local, Political 29: 115-138.
  • ———. 2004b. “The Political Authority of Secularism in International Relations.” European Journal of International Relations 10: 235-262.
  • Jacoby, Susan. 2004. Freethinkers: A History of American Secularism. New York: Metropolitan Books.
  • Mufti, Aamir R. 2004. “Critical Secularism: A Reintroduction for Perilous Times.” Boundary 2 31.
  • Norris, Pippa, and Ronald Inglehart. 2004. Sacred and Secular: Religion and Politics Worldwide. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Poupard, Paul. 2004. Where Is Your God? Responding to the Challenge of Unbelief and Religious Indifference Today. Chicago: Liturgy Training Publications.
  • Shibley, Mark A. 2004. Secular but Spiritual in the Pacific Northwest. In Religion and Public Life in the Pacific Northwest: The None Zone, ed. Patricia O’Connell Killen and Mark Silk, 139-167. Walnut Creek, CA: Altamira Press.
  • Zrinšak, Siniša. 2004. “Generations and Atheism: Patterns of Response to Communist Rule among Different Generations and Countries.” Social Compass 51 (2): 221-234.

2003

  • Asad, Talal. 2003. Formations of the Secular: Christianity, Islam, Modernity. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
  • Badmington, Neil. 2003. ‘Theorizing Posthumanism’. Cultural Critique 53: 10–27.
  • Baggini, Julian. 2003. Atheism: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Bailey, Edward. 2003. ‘The Implicit Religiosity of the Secular: A Martian Perspective on the Definition of Religion’. In Defining Religion: Investigating the Boundaries Between the Sacred and Secular, ed. Arthur L. Griel and David G. Bromley, 55–66. Oxford: JAI.
  • Dawkins, Richard. 2003. “The future looks bright.” The Guardian, June 21. http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2003/jun/21/society.richarddawkins.
  • Dennett, Daniel C. 2003. “The Bright Stuff.” New York Times, July 12. http://www.nytimes.com/2003/07/12/opinion/the-bright-stuff.html.
  • Gärtner, Christel, Detlef Pollack, and Wohlrab-Sahr, eds. 2003. Atheismus und religiöse Indifferenz. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag.
  • Greeley, Andrew. 2003. Religion in Europe at the End of the Second Millennium. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction.
  • Griel, Arthur L., and David G. Bromley, eds. 2003. Defining Religion: Investigating the Boundaries Between The Sacred And Secular. Oxford: JAI.
  • Hiorth, Finngeir. 2003. Atheism in the World. Oslo: Human-Etisk Forbund.
  • Kenworthy, Jared B. 2003. “Explaining the Belief in God for Self, In-Group, and Out-Group Targets.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 42 (1): 137-146.
  • Muelemann, Heiner. 2003. ‘Erzwungene Säkularisierung in Der DDR – Wiederaufleben Des Glaubens in Ostdeutschland? Religiöser Glaube in Ost- Und Westdeutschen Alterskohorten Zwischen 1991 Und 1998’. In Atheismus Und Religiöse Indifferenz, ed. Christel Gärtner, Detlef Pollack, and Monika Wohlrab-Sahr, 271–287. Opladen: Leske+Budrich.
  • Oevermann, Ulrich. 2003. ‘Strukturelle Religiosität Und Ihre Ausprägungen Unter Bedingungen Der Vollständigen Säkularisierung Des Bewußtseins’. In Atheismus Und Religiöse Indifferenz, ed. Christel Gärtner, Detlef Pollack, and Monika Wohlrab-Sahr, 340–388. Opladen: Leske+Budrich.Pollack, Detlef. 2003. Säkularisierung – Ein Moderner Mythos? Studien Zum Religiösen Wandel in Deutschland. Tübigen: Mohr Siebeck.
  • Sheehan, Jonathan. 2003. “Enlightenment, Religion, and the Enigma of Secularization.” American Historical Review 108: 1061-1080.
  • Yavuz, M., and John L. Esposito, eds. 2003. Turkish Islam and the Secular State: The Gulen Movement. Syracruse, NY: Syracruse University Press.

2002

  • Bruce, Steve. 2002. God is Dead: Secularisation in the West. Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Davie, Grace. 2002. Europe: The Exceptional Case. London: Darton, Longman and Todd.
  • Davie, Grace. 2002. “Praying Alone? Church-Going in Britain and Social Capital: A Reply to Steve Bruce.” Journal of Contemporary Religion 17 (3): 329–34. doi:10.1080/1353790022000008253.
  • Dobbelaere, Karel. 2002. Secularization: An Analysis at Three Levels. Brussels: Peter Lang.
  • During, Simon. 2002. Modern Enchantments: The Cultural Power of Secular Magic. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
  • Fahey, Tony. 2002. Is Atheism Increasing? Ireland and Europe Compared. In Measuring Ireland: Discerning Values and Beliefs, ed. E.G. Cassidy, 46-66. Dublin: Veritas.
  • Glicksman, Allen. 2002. “A Mighty Fortress is Our Atheism: Defining the Nature of Religiousness in the Elderly.” Journal for Religious Gerontology 14 (1): 69-83.
  • Hout, Michael, and Claude S. Fischer. 2002. “Why More Americans Have No Religious Preference: Politics and Generations.” American Sociological Review 67 (2) (April): 165-190.
  • Houtman, D., and P. Mascini. 2002. “Why do churches become empty, while New Age grows? Secularization and religious change in the Netherlands.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 41 (3): 455-473.
  • Hunsberger, Bruce, M. Pratt, and S.M. Pancer. 2002. “A Longitudinal Study of Religious Doubts in High School and Beyond: Relationships, Stability, and Searching for Answers.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 41 (2): 255-266.
  • Voas, David, Alasdair Crockett, and Daniel V. A. Olson. 2002. “Religious Pluralism and Participation: Why Previous Research Is Wrong.” American Sociological Review 67 (2) (April): 212-230.
  • Warner, Michael. 2002. Secularism. In Keywords for  American Cultural Studies, ed. Bruce Burgett and Glenn Hendler. New York: New York University Press.

2001

  • Baier, Karl, Sigrid Mühlberger, Hans Schelkhorn, and Augustinus Karl Wucherer-Huldenfeld, eds. 2001. Atheismus heute? Ein Weltphänomen im Wandel. Leipzig: Evangelische Verlag.
  • Bailey, Edward. 2001. The Secular Faith Controversy: Religion in Three Dimensions. London: Continuum.
  • Bogensberger, Hugo. 2001. Atheismus heute? Ein religionssoziologisches Fragment. In Atheismus heute? Ein Weltphänomen im Wandel, ed. Karl Baier, Sigrid Mühlberger, Hans Schelkhorn, and Augustinus Karl Wucherer-Huldenfeld. Leipzig: Evangelische Verlag.
  • Bruce, Steve. 2001. ‘“Christianity in Britain”, R. I.P..’ Sociology of Religion 62 (2): 191–203.
  • Farkas, S., J. Johnson, T. Foleno, A. Duffett, and P. Foley. 2001. For Goodness’ Sake:  Why so Many Want Religion to Play a Greater Role in American Society. New York: Public Agenda.
  • Froese, Paul. 2001. “Hungary for Religion: A Supply-Side Interpretation of the Hungarian Religious Revival.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 40 (2): 251-268.
  • Fuller, Robert C. 2001. Spiritual, but not Religious: Understanding Unchurched America. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Grotenhuis, M., and P. Scheepers. 2001. “Grotenhuis, M., & Scheepers, P. (2001). Churches in Dutch: Causes of religious disaffiliation in the Netherlands, 1937-1995. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 40(4), 591-606.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 40 (4): 591-606.
  • Kühn, Ulrich. 2001. Zur säkularen Welt Ostdeutschlands. In Atheismus heute? Ein Weltphänomen im Wandel, ed. Karl Baier, Sigrid Mühlberger, Hans Schelkhorn, and Augustinus Karl Wucherer-Huldenfeld. Leipzig: Evangelische Verlag.
  • Wucherer-Huldenfeld, Augustinus Karl. 2001. Wandlungen des Phänomens und der Bedeutung des Atheismus an der Wende zum 21. Jahrhundert. In Atheismus heute? Ein Weltphänomen im Wandel, ed. Karl Baier, Sigrid Mühlberger, Hans Schelkhorn, and Augustinus Karl Wucherer-Huldenfeld. Leipzig: Evangelische Verlag.

2000

  • Brown, Callum G. 2000. The Death of Christian Britain: Understanding Secularisation, 1800-2000. Christianity and society in the modern world. London: Routledge.
  • Davie, Grace. 2000. Religion in Modern Europe: A Memory Mutates. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Habgood, John. 2000. Varieties of Unbelief. London: Darton, Longman and Todd.
  • Hayes, Bernadette C. 2000. “Religious Independents Within Western Industrialised Nations: A Socio-Demographic Profile.” Sociology of Religion 61 (2): 191-207.
  • Hiorth, Finngeir. 2000a. Secularism in Norway. Oslo: Human-Etisk Forbund.
  • ———. 2000b. Secularism in the Netherlands, in Belgium, and in Luxemburg. Oslo: Human-Etisk Forbund.
  • Husband, William B. 2000. “Godless Communists”: Atheism and Society in Soviet Russia 1917-1932. DeKalb, Illinois: Northern Illinois University Press.
  • Keane, John. 2000. “Secularism?” Political Quarterly 71 (1): 5-19.
  • Kirkley, Evelyn A. 2000. Rational Mothers and Infidel Gentlemen: Gender and American Atheism, 1865-1915. Syracruse, NY: Syracruse University Press.
  • Lewis, David C. 2000. After Atheism: Religion and Ethnicity in Russia and Central Asia. New York: St Martin’s Press.
  • Tamimi, Azzam, and John L. Esposito. 2000. Islam and Secularism in the Middle East. New York: New York University Press.
  • Thrower, James. 2000. Western Atheism: A Short History. New York: Prometheus.

Pre-2000

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  • Barbour, John D. 1994. Versions of Deconversion: Autobiography and Loss of Faith. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press.
  • Beckford, James A. 1999. “The Politics of Defining Religion in Secular Society: From a Taken for Granted Institution to a Contested Resource.” In The Pragmatics of Defining Religion: Contexts, Concepts and Contests, edited by Jan G. Platvoet and Arie L. Molendijk, 23–40. Leiden: Brill.
  • Berger, Peter, ed. 1999. The Desecularization of the World. Grand Rapids, MI: W.B. Eerdmans.
  • Berman, David. 1988. A History of Atheism in Britain: From Hobbes to Russell. London: Croom Helm.
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  • Billig, Michael. 1995. Banal Nationalism. London: SAGE.
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  • Bruce, Steve. 1996. Religion in the Modern World: From Cathedrals to Cults. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Budd, Susan. 1977. Varieties of Unbelief: Atheists and Agnostics in English Society 1850-1960. London: Heinemann.
  • Campbell, Colin. 1971. Toward a Sociology of Irreligion. London: Macmillan.
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  • ———. 1987. The Romantic Ethic and the Spirit of Modern Consumerism. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
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  • Davenport, Thomas H. 1991. Virtuous Pagans: Unreligious People in America. New York: Garland Publishing.
  • Davie, Grace. 1994. Religion in Britain since 1945: Believing without Belonging. Oxford: Blackwell.
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