Critical Analysis of Religious Diversity:
Theory and Method  Network

Developing new approaches to studying the emerging field of religious diversity.


Religious diversity has become a visible part of contemporary society, and pluralization has superseded secularization as an overall framework for studies of contemporary religion. While the study of religious diversity has been conducted in specific contexts, there is still a need of comparative approaches as well as improvement of methods and theories related to the field. This network will bring together scholars with expertise within specific areas to developing new approaches studying the emerging field of religious diversity. The aim of the network is to map, critically analyze, and constructively improve the current disparate scholarly field.

Finding literature on religious diversity

There has been an increasing interest in studying religious diversity in the last decade as shown by figures from various search engines

Find publications in the Zotero database

From left: Jørn Borup, Will Hoverd, Lene Kühle, Tim Jensen.

The network is funded by the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation