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Secularity and NonReligion in North America

DOI: 11.5040/SecularityandNonReligioninNorthAmerica

This section focuses on secularity and non-religion in North America. The Overview article is a good starting point, which explains that the field encompasses a wide and disparate set of people and processes. These include the religious nones and unaffiliated, atheists and agnostics, secular humanists and secular activists, and many other kinds of the “traditionally nonreligious” along with novel forms of secular identities, organizations, and worldviews. 


Becoming Atheist: Humanism and the Secular West

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Callum G. Brown (Author), 2017

Being Nonreligious in the United States

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Caitlin Halligan

Black Secularism

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James A. Manigault-Bryant

Minority Nonreligion in North America

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Daniel Swann

Nice, Tolerant, Indifferent Canadians: Religious Nones North of the 49th

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Joel Thiessen and Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme

Nonreligion and Health

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David Speed

The Politics of Nonreligion

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Jonathan Simmons

Religion, Science, and Secularism

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Hava Tirosh-Samuelson

Secular Parenting

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Christel Manning

Secularity and Nonreligion

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Jesse M. Smith and Ryan T. Cragun

A Short History of Atheism

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Gavin Hyman (Author), 2010

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