Useful Resources

Online Resources and Books






“Becoming Atheist: Humanism and the Secular West”, Callum G. Brown, ISBN: 9781474224499

“Seventeenth Century Europe: State, Conflict and the Social Order in Europe 1598-1700”, Thomas Munck, ISBN: 9781403936189

“Can the Gods Cry?”, Allan Cameron, ISBN: 190825100X

“Educational Philosophy for a Post-Secular Age”, David Lewin, ISBN: 9781138923669

“The Protestant Revolution: From Martin Luther to Martin Luther King Jr.”,William Naphy, ISBN: 9781846075230

Laura Schwartz, ‘Feminist Thinking on Education in Victorian Britain’, in C. Brooke & E. Frazer (eds.), “Ideas of Education: Philosophy and Politics from Plato to Dewey”. ISBN: 9780415582520

“Unspeakable”, Dilys Rose, ISBN: 9781911332152

“The Enemy Within: A Tale of Muslim Britain”, Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, ISBN: 9780241276020

“The Good Immigrant”, Nikesh Shukla.

“Secularism”, Andrew Copson, ISBN: 978-0198809135

“Immigrants in the Sexual Revolution: Perceptions and Participation in Northwest Europe”, Andrew DJ Shield ISBN: 978-3-319-49613-9

“Religion and the Secular in Eastern Germany (Studies in Central European Histories)”, Thomas Schmidt-Lux, ISBN: 9789004184671

“Secularism Soviet Style: Teaching Atheism and Religion in a Volga Republic (New Anthropologies of Europe)”, Sonja Luehrmann, ISBN: 9780253223555

“A Little History of Religion”, Richard Holloway, ISBN: 978-0300208832


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