The Study of Religion in a Global Context
Executive Editor [+–]
University of Tokyo
Series Editor [+–]
Transculturality and Translation Cultures in the 16th-17th Century”
(funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft/German Research
Foundation). Humanities Center of Advanced Studies „Multiple Secularities – Beyond
the West, Beyond Modernities“, University of Leipzig, Nikolaistraße 8-10
04109 Leipzig, Germany. Recent publication: “Pediatric Care and Buddhism in Premodern Japan: A
Case of Applied ‘Demonology’?” (2019). Asian Medicine (Special Issue
“Religion and Medicine” ed. by Katrin Killinger, Christoph Kleine and
Katja Triplett) 14 (2): 355–382.
Trinity College Dublin
This series, published in collaboration with The International Association for the History of Religions, publishes works from scholars in the field of the academic study of religion. The series encourages work that is innovative in the study of religions, whether of an empirical, theoretical or methodological nature including multi- or inter-disciplinary studies involving anthropology, philosophy, psychology, sociology and political studies. Studies in the series examine the continuing influence of postcolonial, decolonial and intercultural dynamics, as well as contemporary responses from intersectional studies. They address the relevance and application of more recent approaches such as cognitivist, as well as ones concerned with aesthetic culture – art, architecture, media, performance and sound.
Prospective authors should contact Katja Triplett in the first instance.
Denzil Chetty, University of South Africa
Jakob de Roover, Ghent University
Sylvia Marcos, Independent Scholar
Peter Jackson, Stockholm University
Philippe Bornet, University of Lausanne
Erin Prophet, University of Florida
Phibul Choompolpaisal, Mahidol University