Published by Equinox in association with NAASR, NAASR Working Papers provides a venue for publishing the latest research carried out by scholars who understand religion to be an historical element of human cognition, practice, and organization. Whether monographs or multi-authored collections, the volumes published in this series all reflect timely, cutting edge work that takes seriously both the need for developing bold theories as well as rigorous testing and debate concerning the scope of our tools and the implications of our studies. NAASR Working Papers therefore assess the current state-of-the-art while charting new ways forward in the academic study of religion.
This series is currently edited by Brad Stoddard, who can be contacted at bstoddard at McDaniel dot edu.
- Method Today: Redescribing Approaches to the Study of Religion (ed. Brad Stoddard)
- “Religion” in Theory and Practice: Demystifying the Field for Burgeoning Academics (Russell T. McCutcheon)
- Constructing “Data” in Religious Studies: Examining the Architecture of the Academy (ed. Leslie Dorrough Smith)
- Hijacked: A Critical Treatment of the Public Rhetoric of Good and Bad Religion (eds. Leslie Dorrough Smith, Steffen Führding, and Adrian Hermann)
- Jesus and Addiction to Origins: Toward an Anthropocentric Study of Religion (Willi Braun)
- Remembering J. Z. Smith: A Career and its Consequence (eds. Emily D. Crews and Russell T. McCutcheon)
- Key Categories in the Study of Religion: Contexts and Critiques (ed. Rebekka King)