and Nature Spirituality
Avatar and Nature Spirituality explores the cultural and religious significance of James Camerons' film Avatar (2010), one of the most commercially successful films of all time.
In this innovative and deeply felt work, Bron Taylor examines the evolution of "green religions" in North America and beyond: spiritual practices that hold nature as sacred and have in many cases replaced traditional religions.
Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature
The award winning Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature critically explores the relationships among human beings, their environments, and the religious dimensions of life.
Civil Society in the Age of Monitory Democracy
Civil Society in the Age of Monitory Democracy seeks to compare and reassess the role of civil society in the rich West, the poorer South, and the quickly expanding East in the context of the twenty-first century’s challenges.
Ecological Resistance Movements
In this book, Taylor commissioned scholars to explore grassroots environmental protest movements around the world, analyzing the ways in which they resemble and differ from one another with regard to their critical analyses and strategies, religious and ethical motives, and political impacts.
Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture
The journal seeks to illuminate these questions: "What are the relationships among human beings and what are variously understood by the terms religion, nature, and culture? And, What constitutes ethically appropriate relationships between our own species and the places, including the entire biosphere, which we inhabit?"
Action at Work
Bron Taylor unites theoretical and applied social science to analyze a salient contemporary moral and political problem. Three decades after the passage of civil rights laws, criteria for hiring and promotion to redress past discrimination and the sensitive “quota” question are still unresolved issues.