Blogging my Religion
“Blogging my Religion” is a book about how religion change in Europe often occurs in non-traditional spaces, especially digital media. The book proposes the theory of “hypermediated religious spaces” (which I have elaborated after taking part in discussions at the Center for Media, Religion and Culture in Boulder) to understand Internet-based religious change. The book, whose title I am extremely proud of, will be published by the Routledge Series in Religion and Digital Culture and is available for pre-order on Amazon.
If you don’t want to wait too long, here’s my Ph.D. dissertation, on which my book is partially based on: