Founding Editor: Mark C. Taylor
. The Religion and Postmodernism series provides a forum and a catalyst for scholarship that integrates the analysis of religion with the interpretation of contemporary thought and culture. Through interdisciplinary studies touching on such fields as postmodern philosophy and critical theory; theology and ethics; psychoanalysis and feminism; art, architecture, and literature; science, technology, and economics, the series aims to advance theoretically informed debate concerning the most urgent conceptual and practical challenges of today's emergent worlds. The series is open to scholarly monographs, constructive writings, translations, and less specialized books addressing the relation of religion to a broad range of current issues.