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:

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