The Liturgical Studies series provides a forum for scholars of matters related to the theory and practice of ritual and worship. Titles in this series may address liturgical history, liturgical theology, ritual studies, or interdisciplinary writing and research centered on topics related to liturgical aspects of both secular and religious culture. Approaches may be multi-disciplinary, concentrated in a single aspect of liturgical studies, or focused on performance theory in worship. Included in this series are discussions addressing either the worship practices of one religious tradition or inter-faith liturgical studies research. Also appropriate are discussions concerning the political, sociological, economic, or psychological dimensions of religious worship or non-religious ritual.
Female Images of God in Christian WorshipIn the Spirituality of "TongSungGiDo</I> of the Korean ChurchVolume 2©2014 Monographs 152 Pages
Embodying the Feminine in the Dances of the World’s ReligionsVolume 1©2012 Monographs 170 Pages