JRER Volume 2 (2011)


Why Continue a Journal Like This? by Miguel A. De La Torre

Volume 2, Issue 1 (January 2011)

JRER Special Issue — Volume 2, Issue 2

“The Past, Present, and Future of Scholars of Color in the Religious Academy”

Panel of the Past Chairs of the Committee for Racial and Ethnic Minorities in the Profession of the American Academy of Religion

Race, Religion, and Politics, Then and Now: The Copperheads and the Tea Party, by Cynthia Holder Rich

Volume 2, Issue 3 (January 2011)

The Genesis of African American Religious Scholarship, by Peter Paris

Volume 2, Issue 2.1 (January 2011)

Racial and Ethnic Minorities in the Academy, by Kwok Pui-lan

Volume 2, Issue 2.2 (January 2011)

Finding, Keeping, and … Wanting One’s Place: Thoughts on

a “Darkening” Academy and the Epistemology of “Community”,

by Anthony B. Pinn

Volume 2, Issue 2.3 (January 2011)

Hispanics Playing in the AAR’s Field of Dreams, by Miguel A. De La Torre

Volume 2, Issue 2.4 (January 2011)

The Social Origins of Shia and Sunni Islamism, by Khatchik DerGhougassian

Volume 2, Issue 6 (May 2011)

The Woman’s Voice in Ezekiel 16,

by S. R. Llewelyn and J. E. Payne

Volume 2, Issue 10, (July 2011)

Abdul Hamid Suleiman and the Origins of the Moorish Science Temple,

by Patrick D. Bowen

Volume 2, Issue 11 (September 2011)

Sociology + Theology = Multifractal Theology,

by Henry Kim

Volume 2, Issue 12 (November 2011)

Hanging Out a Red Ribbon: Listening to Musa Dube’s Postcolonial Feminist Theology,

by Melissa Browning

Volume 2, Issue 13 (December 2011)

The Religious Imagination and Ideas of Jean Price-Mars (Part 1),

by Celucien Joseph

Volume 2, Issue 14 (December 2011)