About this series
Springer Briefs in Religious Studies Series is designed to accommodate the growing social scientific research on religion focusing on contemporary issues derived from the challenges of religious diversity, globalization, ethics, law and politics, culture, history, philosophy, education, psychology, society issues, etc. The Series fulfills a scholarly demand for short publications focused on the discussion of new ideas, fieldwork experiences, challenging views, and methodological and theoretical approaches to religion, from a global perspective. The Series will publish innovative social scientific monographs and collections, through a high standard of ethnographic and sociological analysis, which combine scholarly rigor with readable prose for the benefit of scholars and students in various academic fields related to the world of religion. All books to be published in this Series will be fully peer-reviewed before final acceptance.