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Politics and Religion
  • ISSN: 1755-0483 (Print), 1755-0491 (Online)
  • Editors: Elizabeth Oldmixon University of North Texas, USA , Mehmet Gurses Florida Atlantic University, USA and Nicholas Tampio Fordham University, USA
  • Editorial board
Politics and Religion is an international journal publishing high quality peer-reviewed research on the multifaceted relationship between religion and politics around the world. The scope of published work is intentionally broad and we invite innovative work from all methodological approaches in the major subfields of political science, including international relations, American politics, comparative politics, and political theory, that seeks to improve our understanding of religion’s role in some aspect of world politics. The Editors invite normative and empirical investigations of the public representation of religion, the religious and political institutions that shape religious presence in the public square, and the role of religion in shaping citizenship, broadly considered, as well as pieces that attempt to advance our methodological tools for examining religious influence in political life.

Latest articles




Religion in Public

  • Religious Identity and Descriptive Representation
  • 21 March 2017, eaoldmixon
  • Guest post by Matthew R. Miles People derive meaning and self-esteem from the groups to which they belong, and this has potent attitudinal and behavioral consequences....
  • The Bible and the 2016 Presidential Campaign
  • 20 March 2017, andrewrlewis
  • Feature Image Credit: CBS News. by Daniel L. Dreisbach, American University Biblical language, allusions, and themes have long featured prominently in American...

Politics blog

  • Populism in Europe – A Government & Opposition Collection
  • 17 January 2017, Erik Jones
  • In this post, Government & Opposition co-Editor Erik Jones introduces a collection of free articles across the subject of Populism. The political landscape of Europe is changing rapidly and in ways that are hard to interpret.…...