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Alternative Spirituality and Religion Review

James R. Lewis, Editor-in-Chief

The Alternative Spirituality and Religion Review is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal that publishes articles, reviews and review essays in the new religious movement (NRM) field. It was established in 2010 to provide NRM scholars with a vehicle for staying up-to-date with new publications. The range of topics covered includes Scientology to Falun Gong; Western Esoterism to the Lubavitch in France; and popular religion in Russia to Burning Man. ASRR is published biannually by Academic Publishing, Inc.

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    • "There is no question that ASRR fills a considerable gap in the literature."
      — Chris Partridge, Lancaster University, UK


      "Scholars of religion in all fields are inundated with new books, and it is increasingly difficult to keep up with the literature. ASRR fills the gap, providing scholars with review essays that help them stay current and know which books are most important for their own research."
      — Helen A. Berger, West Chester University, UK


      "ASRR is an essential resource for any scholar working in the field."
      — Gerald Willms, Die Privatbibliothek, Germany


    · ISSN 1946-0538 (online) · Biannual · Online only · Online acess includes Volume 1 (2010) to the present ·


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