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Routledge Research in Religion and Development

Series Editor: Matthew Clarke, Emma Tomalin, Nathan Loewen

The Routledge Research in Religion and Development series focuses on the diverse ways in which religious values, teachings and practices interact with international development.

While religious traditions and faith-based movements have long served as forces for social innovation, it has only been within the last ten years that researchers have begun to seriously explore the religious dimensions of international development. However, recognising and analysing the role of religion in the development domain is vital for a nuanced understanding of this field. This interdisciplinary series examines the intersection between these two areas, focusing on a range of contexts and religious traditions.

We welcome book proposals on diverse themes such as faith-based development organisations; religious players in health programming; proselytization and development; religion and the environment; gender, religion and development; religion and post-colonialism; and indigenous communities and development.

Please contact the Editor, Khanam Virjee (khanam.virjee@tandf.co.uk), to submit proposals.

 

Series Editors:

Matthew Clarke, Deakin University, Australia

Emma Tomalin, University of Leeds, UK

Nathan Loewen, Vanier College, Canada

Editorial board:

Carole Rakodi, University of Birmingham, UK

Gurharpal Singh, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK

Jörg Haustein, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK

Christopher Duncanson-Hales, Saint Paul University, Canada

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Forthcoming Books

  1. Religion, Heritage and the Sustainable City: Hinduism and urbanisation in Jaipur
    By Yamini Narayanan
    To Be Published October 16th 2014

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