Religion and Race | Rowman & Littlefield
Religion and Race
The local/global connections between religion and race are complex, interrelated, ever changing, and undeniable. Religion and Race bridges these multifaceted dimensions within a context of cultural complexity and increasing socio-political realities of identity and difference in a multi-disciplinary manner that offers a strong platform for scholars to examine the relationship between religion and race. This series is committed to a range of social science and humanities approaches, including media studies, cultural studies, and feminist and queer methods, and welcomes books from a variety of global and cultural contexts from the modern period to projects considering the dynamics of the “postmodern” context. While the series will privilege monographs, it will also consider exceptional edited volumes. Religion and Race seeks to impact historical and contemporary cultural and socio-political conversations through comparative scholarly examinations that tap the similarities and distinctions of race across geographies within the context of a variety of religious traditions and practices.

Editor(s): Monica R. Miller (mrm213@lehigh.edu) and Anthony B. Pinn (pinn@rice.edu)
Staff editorial contact: Michael Gibson (mgibson@rowman.com)
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Saints in the Struggle: Church of God in Christ Activists in the Memphis Civil Rights Movement, 1954–1968
JONATHAN CHISM
Lexington Books • January 2019 • Monograph
The Power of Unearned Suffering: The Roots and Implications of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Theodicy
MIKA EDMONDSON
Lexington Books • December 2018 • Monograph
Method as Identity: Manufacturing Distance in the Academic Study of Religion
CHRISTOPHER M. DRISCOLL AND MONICA R. MILLER
Lexington Books • November 2018 • Monograph
The Religion of White Supremacy in the United States
ERIC WEED
Lexington Books • August 2017 • Monograph