New Directions in the Anthropology of Christianity (formerly, AnthroCyBib) was founded in 2011 as a resource for scholarship that contributes to, or is in dialogue with, the anthropological study of Christianity. Christianity continues to attract significant ethnographic, historical, and theoretical attention among anthropologists and inter-disciplinary scholars. To advance scholarly exchange about Christianity, our project curates multiple resources:
- A book series with Bloomsbury press;
- Reviews of single books;
- Film reviews;
- Review Forums, which features several scholars engaging with a single book and a response from the author;
- Interviews with authors;
- An archive of teaching materials with diverse resources;
- Conference dispatches;
- “Milestones,” a peer-reviewed occasional papers series;
- A searchable bibliography of article, monograph, and volume publications. For material published prior to 2011, we recommend consulting existing reviews of the field (e.g., Robbins 2004; Bialecki, Haynes, and Robbins 2008; Hann 2008; McDougall 2009, Lampe 2010.
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