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    We Do Not Think It Means What They Think It Means: A Response to Thunström et al

    Citation:Cragun, Ryan T., and David Speed. (forthcoming.) “We Do Not Think It Means What They Think It Means: A Response to Thunström et al.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. doi: . This response can be downloaded here.

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    “Splitters!”: Lessons from Monty Python for Secular Organizations in the US

     Citation: Fazzino, Lori and Ryan T. Cragun. 2017. “‘Splitters!’: Lessons from Monty Python for Secular Organizations in the US.” Pp. 57–85 in Organized Secularism in the United States: New Directions in Research, Religion and Its Others: Studies in Religion, Nonreligion, and Secularity, edited by R. T. Cragun, C. J. Manning, and L. Fazzino. Berlin: […]

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    Organized Secularism in the United States: New Directions in Research

    Description: There has been a dramatic increase in the percentage of the US population that is not religious. However, there is, to date, very little research on the social movement that is organizing to serve the needs of and advocate for the nonreligious in the US. This is a book about the rise and structure […]

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    No One Expects a Transgender Jew: Religious, Sexual and Gendered Intersections in the Evaluation of Religious and Nonreligious Others

    Citation: Cragun, Ryan and Jason Sumerau. 2017. “No One Expects a Transgender Jew: Religious, Sexual and Gendered Intersections in the Evaluation of Religious and Nonreligious Others.” Secularism and Nonreligion 6(0). Retrieved January 24, 2017 . This article can be downloaded here.

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