From theTwentieth-Century America Race and Religion in American History Page, Department of Religion – Princeton University

  • R. Bentley Anderson,  “Black, White, and Catholic: Southern Jesuits Confront the Race Questions, 1952,” The Catholic Historical Review 91.3 (July 2005) 484-505.
  • Kelly J. Baker, Gospel According to the Klan: The KKK’s Appeal to Protestant America, 1915-1930 (Kansas, 2011)
  • Joseph Cheah, Race and Religion in American Buddhism: White Supremacy and Immigrant Adaptation (Oxford, 2011)
  • Carolyn Chen and Russell Jeung, eds., Sustaining Faith Traditions: Race, Ethnicity, and Religion among the Latino and Asian American Second Generation (New York: New York University Press, 2012)
  • Emily Suzanne Clark, “Noble Drew Ali’s ‘Clean and Pure Nation’: The Moorish Science Temple, Identity, and Healing,” Nova Religio: The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions 16.3 (February 2013): 31-51.
  • Sharon Davies, Rising Road: A True Tale of Love, Race, and Religion in America (Oxford, 2010)
  • Morris L. Davis,  The Methodist Unification: Christianity and the Politics of Race in the Jim Crow Era (NYU, 2008)
  • Nathaniel Deutsch, Inventing America’s “Worst” Family: Eugenics, Islam, and the Fall and Rise of the Tribe of Ishmael (California, 2009)
  • Jacob S. Dorman, Chosen People: The Rise of American Black Israelite Religions (Oxford, 2013)
  • Korie L. Edwards, The Elusive Dream: The Power of Race in Interracial Churches (Oxford, 2008)
  • Michael O. Emerson and Christian Smith, Divided by Faith: Evangelical Religion and the Problem of Race in America (Oxford, 2001)
  • Henry Goldschmidt, Race and Religion Among the Chosen People of Crown Heights (Rutgers, 2006)
  • Paul Christopher Johnson, Diaspora Conversions: Black Carib Religion and the Recovery of Africa (California, 2007)
  •  J. Russell Hawkins and Phillip Luke SinitiereChristians and the Color Line: Race and Religion after Divided by Faith (Oxford, 2013)

  • Sylvester A. Johnson,  “The Rise of Black Ethnics: The Ethnic Turn in African American Religions, 1916-1945,” Religion and American Culture: A Journal of Interpretation 20.2 (Summer 2010): 125-163.
  • Khyati Y. Joshi,  New Roots in America’s Sacred Ground: Religion, Race, and Ethnicity in Indian America (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2006)
  • Luis D. León, La Llorona’s Children: Religion, Life, and Death in the U.S.–Mexican Borderlands (California, 2004)
  • Armand L. Mauss,  All Abraham’s Children: Changing Mormon Conceptions of Race and Lineage (Illinois, 2003)
  • Susan Palmer,  The Nuwaubian Nation: Black Spirituality and State Control (Ashgate, 2010)
  • Anne C. Rose,  “‘Race’ Speech—‘Culture’ Speech—‘Soul’ Speech: The Brief Career of Social-Science Language in American Religion during the Fascist Era,”Religion and American Culture: A Journal of Interpretation 14.1 (Winter 2004): 83-108.
  • Christine Rosen, Preaching Eugenics: Religious Leaders and the American Eugenics Movement (Oxford, 2004)
  • Jennifer Snook, “Reconsidering Heathenry: The Construction of an Ethnic Folkway as Religio-ethnic Identity,” Nova Religio: The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions 16.3 (February 2013): 52-76
  • Jennifer C.  Snow, Protestant Missionaries, Asian Immigrants, and Ideologies of Race in America, 1850-1924 (Routledge, 2007)
  • David K. Yoo, Contentious Spirits: Religion in Korean American History, 1903-1945 (Stanford, 2010)