Nova Religio

Nova Religio (subtitled "The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions") is a peer-reviewed religious studies journal that focuses on New Religious Movements. The journal is published by University of California Press, in Berkeley, California. First published in 1997 as a biannual, Nova Religio changed to a quarterly format in 2005.

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... Principle Fundamentalist Mormon Polygamy, Children, and Human Rights Debates.” Nova Religio The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions 10 Issue 1 (2006) 7-29 ... “Academic Compromise in the Social Scientific Study of Alternative Religions.” Nova Religio 2 No.1 (October 1998) 44-54 (first author with Deana Hall) ... Nova Religio 3 No ...
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... Nova Religio is abstracted and/or indexed in the following databases Access The Supplementary Index to Periodicals ATLA Religion Database British Humanities Index Index to Jewish Periodicals ...

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