Religion and Immigration: Migrant Faiths in North America and Western Europe
Chapter 1: Introduction: Religion on the Move
Chapter 2: Immigrant Identity Work and Religion
Chapter 3: Reframing Religious Organizations and Practices
Chapter 4: Immigrants and Transnational Religious Networks
Chapter 5: Church-State Relations and the Public Sphere
Chapter 6: Epilogue
"Mostly centred on the US, Religion and Immigration offers sobering and clear analysis grounded in solid research on an often impassioned, and ill-informed, debate."
"This book is an excellent, readable guide to the changing contours of religion, migration, and the relationship between the two. Kivisto's account is thorough, thoughtful, and thought-provoking – a great synthesis of past thinking and a smart roadmap for important directions forward."
Peggy Levitt, Wellesley College and Harvard University
"Grounded in the author's mastery of the history and sociology of immigration, Religion and Immigration is an up-to-date, jargon-free and level-headed overview of key changes in today’s society. Highly recommended for advanced undergraduates and scholars, as well as the citizen who wishes to stay well informed."
R. Stephen Warner, University of Illinois at Chicago