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The Religious Studies Project

The Religious Studies Project

Podcasts and Resources on the Contemporary Social-Scientific Study of Religion

PublishesWeeklyEpisodes300Founded12 years ago
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In our final Discourse! episode of the season, Andie Alexander, Craig Martin, and Paul-François Tremlett team up to discuss the concept of “harm” and religion as it pertains to recent legislation in Texas, the role of religion in politics in Scotland... more

10 months ago

In today’s episode, Daniel Jones talks with Travis Warren Cooper about Cooper’s recent book, The Digital Evangelicals: Contesting Authority and Authenticity After the New Media Turn (Indiana University Press, 2022) and they discuss how issues of auth... more

10 months ago

In this episode, Charles McCrary joins Matt Sheedy to discuss the role of sincerity in shaping American conceptions of religion that he explores in his recent book Sincerely Held: American Secularism and Its Believers (University of Chicago Press, 20... more

a year ago

For our May episode, Discourse! heads Down Under once again as ⅔ of our usual suspects—Carole Cusack & Raymond Radford—explore religion, politics, life and death in the Australian religious sphere. They cover a variety of recent issues from the banni... more

a year ago


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4.5 out of 5 stars from 160 ratings
  • Intellectual poseurs

    Lost and blinded by academic “correctness.”

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    Captain Chris Thomas
    United States2 years ago
  • Very interesting perspectives on the varieties of religious experience.

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    Harold N.
    2 years ago
  • Interesting topics but too much academic superiority

    Taking religious studies as an undergraduate was one of the best decisions I made in life, so when I stumbled upon this podcast, I was excited to continue engaging with such interesting topics. However, the problem I encountered with religious studies in general is the problem I encountered with this podcasts. Many of the topics and interviews seem so distant from the reality of religious people as they are. Occasionally, there will be an episode that avoids the elitist/reductive disposition thi... more

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    United States3 years ago
  • Enjoy the content...

    However, the sound quality from the New Zealand host is poor making it challenging to listen to. Please look into better recording so that the poor sound quality does not impact the important discourse.

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    Canada3 years ago
  • Very Interesting

    It’s very importante to talk about a religions from an academic perspective, and i think with this podcast, the academics like me, we will can learn more about the other topics and researches. more

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    Mexico3 years ago

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