Welcome to the University of Illinois Press virtual exhibit for the 2020 American Academy of Religion and Society of Biblical Literature conference! While we wish this could be an in-person event, we’re still excited to show you new research in religious history and practice, sacred music, Mormon studies, philosophy, and ethics. Browse books, journal articles, author interviews, and more in this virtual exhibit! Also, make sure to use promo code AARSBL20 for 50% off all of our religious studies titles from November 29th to December 10th. Buy three books and get a free copy of the Spring 2021 issue of American Journal of Theology and Philosophy.
Featured Journals from the University of Illinois Press
The American Journal of Theology & Philosophy is a scholarly journal dedicated to the creative interchange of ideas between theologians and philosophers on some of the most critical intellectual and ethical issues of our time. Check out the podcast below with editor Gary Slater for more info about the journal.
Podcast with Gary Slater, Editor of The American Journal of Theology and Philosophy
Alison Syring is the new acquisitions editor at the University of Illinois Press. She was the Press’s first “Round the Press” intern and was hired as an assistant acquisitions editor in 2017. She handles a variety of fields including radical studies, Appalachian studies, religion, and Mormon Studies!
Click here to read an interview with her on the blog.
Click here to read about her interview with the Juvenile Instructor.
Browse Our Religious Studies Catalog
More From Our Authors
- Q&A with Bruce J. Dierenfield and David A. Gerber on Disability Rights and Religious Liberty in Education
- David Gerber and Bruce Dierenfield discuss disability rights and religious freedom on a podcast
- How Mexican immigrants changed Chicago’s parishes, an interview with Deborah E. Kanter
- Q&A with Deborah E. Kanter on Chicago Católico: Making Catholic Parishes Mexican
- Audio Interview With Debora E. Kanter on the New Books Network
- Hijos Del Pueblo by Deborah E. Kanter
- Cultural Hall Podcast Interview With Michael Hubbard Mackay
- Sacred Song in America: Religion, Music, and Public Culture by Stephan A. Marini
- Collaborators for Emancipation: Abraham Lincoln and Owen Lovejoy by William F. Moore and Jane Ann Moore
- Winona History Center Serves as Crucial Resource for the First Critical Biography of Sacred Music Giant, Homer Rodeheaver
- “The Last Trombone Series” of Blog Posts by Douglas Yeo
- Beyond Turkey’s Borders: Long-Distance Kemalism, State Politics and the Turkish Diaspora by Banu Senay