Publications

Review of Faith & International Affairs

The Review of Faith & International Affairs is published quarterly by Routledge. It is the first and still only scholarly journal devoted exclusively to analysis and commentary regarding the role of religion—for good or ill—in global affairs. Combining peer-review quality with magazine accessibility, The Review of Faith & International Affairs brings together many of today’s most innovative and distinguished thinkers, making their research and commentaries available not just to specialists but to a wider audience of globally concerned readers.

RFIA Summer 2019 Issue

Volume 17, No. 2, Summer 2019

Interfaith on the World Stage

Volume 16, No. 3, Fall 2018

Books

IGE's unique research equips scholars and practitioners of international affairs with the tools necessary to understand religion's impact on the world today. Below is a selection of books, monographs, and book chapters written by IGE staff and fellows.

Modern Papal Diplomacy and Social Teaching in World Affairs

Edited by Mariano Barbato, Robert Joustra, and Dennis R. Hoover

Religion and Foreign Affairs: Essential Readings

Edited by Dennis R. Hoover and Douglas M. Johnston

The Routledge Handbook of Religion and Security

Edited by Chris Seiple, Dennis R. Hoover, and Pauletta Otis

Policy Briefs

The role of religion in public life is often a polarizing subject. Too few balanced, nonpartisan resources are available in this sensitive area. To help meet this need, the Institute for Global Engagement commissions policy briefs, task force reports, and other occasional papers examining the peril and promise of religion in contemporary world issues.

Syllabi

Scholarship on religion and international affairs continues to expand, and many universities are offering courses discussing religion’s role in politics. IGE offers a selection of syllabi from universities in the U.S. and abroad.

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