Resources for research into world religions, large and (very) small. Includes links to websites, research papers, statistics, and specialized search engines.
The American Religious Experience Project encourages the depiction and study of the rich and varied tapestry of the American religious experience on the World Wide Web. The project directors welcome manuscript submissions.
Statistics, a full research monograph, and regular news about religious behaviour in Australia. Books and a CD-ROM also available for order.
International scholarly association that seeks to advance theory and research in the sociology of religion.
The Institute was founded in 1969 in Evanston, Illinois as a religious studies research facility with a particular focus upon the smaller religions of the United States, such as minority religions, alternative religions, non-conventional religions, spiritual movement, and new religious movements.
A collection of research resources for anyone interested in the relationship between religious beliefs and American youth/adolescents.
Sociologist at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill interested in religious social movements.
Text of Dr. V. Nagarajan's works on Atharvan polity and Hindu political sociology and the Gita.
Harvard University project studying the growing religious diversity of the United States. Includes teaching resources, articles, and details of current research.
Danny Yee reviews Steve Bruce's book "God is Dead", which explains and defends the secularization paradigm.