Recent Publications

What Is an American Muslim? Embracing Faith and Citizenship

As the Muslim population of the United States grows, debates over how Muslims should engage the civil and political life of the U.S. are increasingly common.... more

The Codification of Jewish Law and an Introduction to the Jurisprudence of the Mishna Berura

Michael J. Broyde and Ira Bedzow  investigate the Mishna Berura, Rabbi Israel Meir Kagan’s most complex canon of Orthodox Jewish Law. It’s a singular work... more

CSLR Brochure, Publications Catalog, Commemorative Book

At a Glance Brochure

The "At a Glance" four-page brochure provides a brief overview of the CSLR, including information about our degree programs, publications, distinguished lectures, and research projects. 

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Publications Catalog

The guide is a must-have bibliography and provides an at-hand reference tool for scholars of law and religion.  The newest version spans the years 2007-2012, covers 70 already released volumes, and announces nearly 30 commissioned titles.  Each published listing includes a description and full bibliographic information. 

The newest edition also features the publications of the Emory University Studies in Law and Religion book series, which CSLR produces in conjunction with William B. Eerdmans Publishing.

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2005-2010 edition PDF

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Commemorative Book

When Law and Religion Meet: The Point of Convergence

Written to commemorate the CSLR's silver anniversary, the book traces what motivated the CSLR's beginnings, what has impelled its work over the last quarter century, and what fuels the trajectory of law and religion, both separately and together, as they continue in productive dialogue. Purchase book