Blog post by Amy DeRogatis on an interfaith pilgrimage in East Lansing, MI. Published on the American Religious Sounds Project blog (April 11, 2016).
The American Religious Sounds Project is featured in the article by Spencer Dew “Let’s Get Lost: Mapping Religion in the 21st Century” in Religion Dispatches (March 13, 2017).
Saving Sex reviewed by Elizabeth Gish in Religious Studies Review, Vol. 12, Issue 4, Dec. 2016, p. 269.
The American Religious Sounds Project has a new home page! Please click HERE to visit us.
Saving Sex reviewed in the Sociology of Religion by Sara Moslener author of Virgin Nation (OUP Press, 2015).
The Henry Luce Foundation has given $200,000 to support a joint, multidisciplinary project by Amy DeRogatis of Michigan State University and Isaac Weiner of The Ohio State University that explores the sounds of religion throughout the United States. Click HERE to read about it.
Review of Saving Sex by Kipp Gilmore-Clough in Religion Vol. 46, Issue 2, 2016.
My FS15 students in REL 491 Religion and the Senses participated in the soundmap project and created gallery pages of religious sounds that they recorded around East Lansing, MI. Click HERE to see and hear the story map.
This talk presented in conjunction with the Mellon Seminar, “Sex of the Spirit: Desire and Deity in the History of American Religion.” March 10, 2016.