Religion and Globalization   /   Summer 2002   /    Bibliographic Review

An Annotated Bibliography on Religion and Globalization

From the Editors

The number of books written on globalization is vast and ever increas- ing, and the volume of books published on religion is even larger. However, while globalization and religion are each fields of study in their own right, this bibliography attempts to show the intersections between them. This is a less-traveled path, to be sure, and the number of books on the relationship between them is, surprisingly, quite modest. The events of 2001 have raised the question of how the relationship between religions and the forces of globalizations will proceed and have shown how important it is for us to think about this question. Books on this topic have begun to fill the shelves of book- stores and libraries and will undoubtedly continue to do so over the months ahead.

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