Boisi Center Papers on Religion in the United States
The Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life is a research institute at Boston College committed to fostering scholarly discussion about the role of religion in the contemporary United States. These papers are provided as a means of better informing the international, interfaith discussion—both scholarly and popular—about the role of religion in the United States. While the initial impetus for these papers was the questions we received from visiting Muslim scholars, we hope they will be useful to anyone who desires an introduction to the status of religion in the United States. We invite all who read them to share them with colleagues and friends and to contact us at the Boisi Center with comments and reactions.
Citing these papers
Below is an example of how we recommend someone cites the Boisi Center papers:
Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life, “Religious Pluralism in the United States,” vol. 1 of the Boisi Center Papers on Religion in the United States, 2007. [Available at http://www.bc.edu/centers/boisi/publications/boisi_center_papers.html; accessed on January 24, 2009.]