The Anthropology of Christianity Bibliographic Blog

“AnthroCyBib is a resource for those who wish to keep track of articles, book chapters, and monographs that are a part of, in dialogue with, or of interest to, the Anthropology of Christianity, which is one of the fastest growing sub-disciplines in contemporary anthropology. Because Christianity is attracting so much ethnographic and theoretical attention, keeping track of what is happening is increasingly difficult. For this reason we thought it would be of value to have a single site where relevant material could be announced as it came out, and searched via several tags (author, geographic area, variant of Christianity, and theoretical focus)”.

Pentecostal and Charasmatic Research Initiative

The Pentecostal and Charismatic Research Initiative (PCRI)  includes projects that  explore the connections between Western countries and one or more of the four  regions. Research projects engage topics of interest not only to Pentecostal  and charismatic specialists, but to a broader group of scholars as well as  journalists interested in the dynamics of social change and the potentially  dynamic role of religion in this process.

The Anthropology of Christianity – University of California Press

The aim of this series is to publish books that make important contributions to emerging debates about the nature and importance of global Christianity. There is a real need for books that will help scholars and the general public to comprehend how Christianity is understood and practiced in the various parts of the world where it has become an important religion.


European Research Network on Global Pentecostalism

The “European Research Network on Global Pentecostalism” (GloPent) is committed to the study of global Pentecostal and Charismatic Christianity, using disciplinary and interdisciplinary perspectives. A particular interest of GloPent is to stimulate the research of Pentecostal and Charismatic movements in Asia, Africa and Latin America.

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