Here you can browse books published by Programme award holders.
Survival and Success on Medieval Borders
Author/Editor: Emilia Jamroziak
This book published in 2011 by Brepols is the outcome of Dr Jamroziak's Religion and Society funded research project. Listen to her discussing this project here.
Belief and Ageing: Spiritual pathways in later life
Author/Editor: Peter G. Coleman
This book was published in July 2011 by Policy Press and is written by the Principal Investigator on Religion and Society project Memories of Religious and Secular Ceremonies.
Dissenting Praise: Religious Dissent and the Hymn in England and Wales
Author/Editor: Isabel Rivers and David L. Wykes (eds)
Co-supervisors of Religion and Society studentship The Dissenting Academy and the Control of Education by the State, 1662-1751 have co-edited this book. Isabel Rivers is also Principal Investigator on Religion and Society large project Dissenting academy libraries and their readers, 1720-1860. Published March 2011 by OUP.
The Practices of Happiness: Political Economy, Religion and Wellbeing
Author/Editor: Ian Steedman, John R Atherton, Elaine Graham (eds)
This book has developed from the Phase 1 Network Promoting Greater Human Wellbeing led by Professor Elaine Graham. It was published by Routledge in July 2010.
Being and Becoming Hausa: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
Author/Editor: Anne Haour and Benedetta Rossi
This book is the outcome of the research network The emergence of Hausa identity: religion and history led by Anne Haour and Benedetta Rossi and funded by the Religion and Society Programme. It was published by Brill in 2010.
Gods Behaving Badly: Religion and Celebrity Culture
Author/Editor: Pete Ward
Phase 2 Small Grant holder Pete Ward (King's College London) has just written a book examining the blurred boundary between popular culture and religion published by SCM - Canterbury Press 2010.