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Ignatius Swart Email
Research Institute for Theology and Religion, University of South Africa, South Africa

VID Specialised University, Oslo, Norway

Elsabé Nell symbol
Unisa Library, College of Human Sciences, University of South Africa, South Africa

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Swart, I. & Nell, E., 2016, ‘Religion and development: The rise of a bibliography’, HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies 72(4), a3862. http://dx.doi.org/10.4102/hts.v72i4.3862

Note: This article forms part of the special collection on ‘Engaging development: Contributions to a critical theological and religious debate’ in HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies Volume 72, Issue 4, 2016.

Original Research

Religion and development: The rise of a bibliography

Ignatius Swart, Elsabé Nell

Received: 29 Aug. 2016; Accepted: 16 Sept. 2016; Published: 25 Nov. 2016

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Abstract

This article endeavours to evidence the extraordinary rise of religion and development as a subject field by presenting a chronological bibliography of the literature that has been published, especially since the early to mid-2000s. By way of introduction and orientation, the authors firstly touch upon existing explanations for the extraordinary new interest in religion and development as a subject field; secondly they comment briefly on the ongoing scholarly endeavour to develop the subject field; and thirdly provide a more pertinent statement about the meaning and purpose of compiling the bibliography and the selection criterion applied towards this endeavour. It is argued that the bibliography constitutes a comprehensive resource that could strengthen and inform ongoing research in the subject field across topical issues and themes, from a religious, social science and theological perspective.

Introduction

In their important review article some years ago on the extraordinary rise of religion and development as a subject field, Ben Jones and Marie Juul Petersen meaningfully took as their starting point an article published in 2000 by the sociologist Kurt Alan Ver Beek in the journal Development in Practice (Vol. 10, No. 1). For Jones and Petersen, the significance of Ver Beek’s publication lay in its thesis about religion as constituting a ‘taboo’ in the theory and practice of development. This was based on a content analysis of the articles published over a time span of 15 years (1982–1998) in three leading development studies journals,1 whereby Ver Beek discovered that during this period across the journals, there was no single article which had the relationship between development and religion or spirituality as the main theme (Jones & Petersen 2011:1291–1292; see Ver Beek 2000:31–32, 36–38). Moreover, this impression of religion as a ‘development taboo’ was further strengthened by Ver Beek’s review of the policies of several major development agencies (amongst them were USAID and CARE), whereby he found that none had policies that dealt with the issue of religion or spirituality. In effect, as actors in the field of development practice, these agencies ‘consciously sought to avoid the topic in their programmes and projects’ (Jones & Petersen 2011:1292; see Ver Beek 2000:38–39).

However, by upholding Ver Beek’s article as an important landmark, Jones and Petersen’s (2011) important own thesis was that ‘the absence of religion from development studies’ was something of the past. ‘A decade on’, they concluded, ‘Ver Beek’s taboo’ had been broken. This was to the extent that it had in fact ‘become overly fashionable to talk about religion in development’. ‘Religion’, they further commented, had become an important part of ‘the agenda of the major donors and NGOs’, whilst an increasing number of researchers had also taken up the topic – as evident from ‘the growing number of conferences, seminars, articles, reports and books dealing with religion and development’ (Jones & Petersen 2011:1292).

Against the backdrop of Jones and Petersen’s (2011) important observations, in this article we want to give evidence of the extraordinary rise of religion and development as a subject field by presenting a chronological bibliography2 of the literature that has been published in the field, especially since the early to mid-2000s. As this bibliography suggests, we find scope for relativising Ver Beek’s thesis somewhat about religion as a ‘development taboo’ during the period that he selected for review, that is, given the way in which evidence is provided of some limited literature production in the field in the period from 1980 to 1999. At the same time, however, our bibliography also presents a very clear manifestation of the ‘broken taboo’ that Jones and Petersen lay claim to and how we today encounter a literary corpus that has grown into extraordinary proportions, that is, not least in the years that followed the publication of Jones and Petersen’s article.

Because of the magnitude of the bibliography, this article does not present the opportunity for a lengthy introductory text and orientation. Despite this limitation, we nevertheless, by way of introduction and orientation, find it important to (1) touch upon existing explanations for the extraordinary new interest in religion and development as a subject field; (2) comment briefly on the ongoing scholarly endeavour to develop the subject field; and (3) provide a more pertinent statement about the meaning and purpose of our undertaking and the selection criterion applied towards this endeavour.

Towards explaining the new interest in religion and development

Amongst the existing corpus of literature on religion and development, we view two review articles as worthy of special praise for helping us to identify a more comprehensive set of reasons for the rather dramatic ‘turn’ from what was, until recently, an an almost topical ‘taboo’ to what now appears to be a flourishing scholarly interest in the topic of religion and development. The first is the already referenced article by Jones and Petersen and the second is an article that was published in 2011 by development scholars Séverine Deneulin and Carole Rakodi reference in the journal World Development.

Whilst this cannot be the place for an extensive recollection of the explanations and finer nuances of argumentation given by these two pairs of scholars, it is nonetheless significant to observe the striking overlap between their respective argumentations. Thus, for both pairs, a stage has been reached today whereby scholars of development have started to come to terms with the reality of the continuing, if not increased, importance of religion in the lives and identities of people in large parts of our contemporary world. This recognition has led to a train of thought that has more and more started to challenge the conventional secular view that religion would withdraw to the private sphere, if not completely disappear, when societies advance towards modernity and technological progress. To the contrary, this assumption of secularisation and secularism has not materialised in large parts of the world (particularly in the global South), where the path of religion has not followed its institutional decline in Europe and where its public influence has in fact increased as integral part of the manifestation of a new kind of identity politics (Deneulin & Rakodi 2011:46–47, 49–50; Jones & Petersen 2011:1291–1292).

Not unrelated to the above explanation, for both pairs of scholars, the upsurge of the so-called ‘political Islam’ has also become an important factor in explaining the new interest in religion and development. Whilst this phenomenon has a complex history, it is nevertheless clear that the increasing international political dimension of Islam has profoundly changed the global geo-political context and made the issue of religion inevitable in the study of international relations and politics. This includes the fact that as part of the new global ‘war on terror’ and the resultant concern with international foreign and security policy, the role of Islamic development NGOs has obtained new strategic relevance. This would be the way in which they might be instrumental in their support of international terrorist networks, and in their more ‘moderate’ guise (particularly in the eyes of Western donors) the way in which they serve as potential bridge-builders to reach out to the Muslim world (Deneulin & Rakodi 2011:46; Jones & Petersen 2011:1293).

For both pairs of scholars, yet another explanation for the new interest in religion and development could be found in the striking increase in the number and visibility of faith-based organisations (FBOs) world-wide. Whilst it is emphasised by both pairs that this is in the broader sense not a new invention, as religious bodies have always made their presence felt in areas such as health and education, they otherwise point out how it is through their contemporary role as ‘development NGOs’ that FBOs have gained new prominence in development circles.3 In particular, this new appreciation (which in the world of development practice has led to dramatic increases in funding support) relates to the way in which FBOs have, in the absence of state actors, become prominent deliverers of social services in many societies (such as in the areas of health and education in sub-Saharan Africa). But it also relates to their increasingly visible role as advocacy agents across the national and international spectrum, whether for more morally conservative causes or for addressing more radical issues of social justice (e.g. the Jubilee campaign and international collaboration in supporting achievement of the Millennium Development Goals) (Deneulin & Rakodi 2011:47–48; Jones & Petersen 2011:1293).

Finally, for both pairs of scholars, changes in development thinking over recent decades could also be upheld as an important factor leading to a new appreciation of religion and religious actors. More specifically, these changes could be referred to as ‘an opening of the development space’ (McDuie-Ra & Rees in Jones & Petersen 2011:1294) caused by the simultaneous fragmentation and conceptual broadening of development studies in recent decades. This has not only led to a growing acceptance of the shortcomings of conventional theories of development related to modernisation theory and state-led and market-led approaches to development but also to a recognition of broader people-centred and holistic understanding of development associated with concepts such as human development, social capital and participation. As a result, one important consequence of these developments is that it has given new acknowledgement to religion and religious actors as an important dimension in many people’s lives, especially in the so-called ‘developing’ countries (Deneulin & Rakodi 2011:47–49; Jones & Petersen 2011:1293–1294).

An ongoing scholarly endeavour to develop the subject field

Against the backdrop of the aforementioned explanations, we want to uphold the chronological bibliography on religion and development in this article as presenting evidence of an ongoing scholarly endeavour to develop the subject field. As we in fact have already observed, whilst this development has by and large only gained momentum in the last one and a half decade or so, it is not as if no attempts were made (prior to this period and albeit scattered over two decades) to bring religion into the international development debate.4 However, despite the earlier attempts, our bibliography indicates that it is only since around the year 2003 that the new focus on religion and development really took off. From the vantage point of this identification, we want to acknowledge Jones and Petersen’s (and others’) important analysis of how a new, more concerted scholarly interest in development only gradually grew from an initial new international policy interest in religion and development. Thus, in chronological terms, it was international NGOs and donor agencies that first showed such an interest, especially from the late 1990s onwards.5 And it was because of this new interest that university departments and their academics followed suit by taking up ‘religion and development’ as a research topic and publishing their research6 (Jones & Petersen 2011:1294–1296; see also Deneulin & Rakodi 2011:45–46; Tomalin 2015a:2–3).

Indeed, it may still be appropriate to go along with Gerrie ter Haar and Barbara Bompani’s respective recent references to ‘Religion and Development’ as ‘a new debate’ (ter Haar 2011) and an emerging, new field (Bompani 2014), given the relative short period of more intensive scholarly production. At the same time, however, our bibliography gives striking evidence of a subject field that has grown into an impressive corpus over the span of 13 years (2003–2015), so much so that it needs to be taken seriously today for the increasing assertiveness by which the contributors have continued to address gaps and shortcomings and develop the field thematically, epistemologically and methodologically in more contextual but also more generalised ways. This article, for obvious reasons, does not allow space for a more pertinent identification and discussion of these developments, except for making reference to how the bibliography that follows gives evidence of the various modes of writing through which the subject field has been developed. This includes in clearly accelerated fashion (as our bibliography indicates from the year 2003 onwards) publication of an astonishing number of journal articles, journal special issues, monographs and co-authored books (i.e. by two or three authors), anthologies7 and book chapters8 (see Table 1).

TABLE 1: Growth of religion and development as a subject field (2003–2015).11

We find it important to end this short section with a more specific comment on the disciplinary placing of our bibliography. In this regard, a closer look at the various references suggest that authors may have good grounds to locate the subject area within the field or discipline of development studies and identify it accordingly as ‘a sub-discipline’ within this discipline (Bompani 2014:312, 325, 329; see also Deneulin & Rakodi 2011; Jones & Petersen 2011). At the same time, however, we also find important scope (based on a closer scrutiny of our bibliography) to go beyond this location and along with Barbara Bompani (2014) emphasise the transdisciplinary nature of the subject field. But this is to the extent that we are also less inclined to go along with Bompani’s subsequent qualification that such transdisciplinarity always remains ‘within the broad rubric of development studies’ (Bompani 2014:327). Clearly, our bibliography gives evidence of a subject field that is not restricted to the confinements of development studies scholarship and its modes of scholarly outlet (such as academic journals) but more accurately extends to a broader transdisciplinary interest. This noticeably includes scholarship from a range of social science disciplines that are produced in various interdisciplinary fora for debate and modes of scholarly outlet offered by these disciplines (such as anthropology, international studies, political studies, cultural studies, environmental studies, geography and economics).9 Not least, however, it also involves in addition to, and as part of, this wider scholarly production a significant development in which the combined and separate fields of religious and theological studies have become spaces for pursuing the debate on religion and development.10

A chronological bibliography on religion and development

Against the backdrop of the above introductory text and orientation, we will now proceed with the presentation of our compiled chronological bibliography on the subject field of religion and development. But before this is actually done, it would be important for us to make a few last comments: firstly, regarding the criterion for selection that we have applied to do the compilation and secondly regarding what we perceive to be the meaning and purpose of this undertaking.

Concerning the first aspect, we have consciously followed the criterion laid down by Jones and Petersen in their review of the religion and development literature to only select writings ‘that proactively use the term “religion and development”’. Our bibliographic research thus likewise did not entail ‘a survey of everything that might be relevant to a religious studies scholar interested in development, or development studies scholars interested in religion’ (such as writings that for instance deal with the topical issues of religion and human rights or religion and civil society) (Jones & Petersen 2011:1294). Instead, like Jones and Petersen’s focus, our own selection is directed towards a very particular growing body of literature in which the different writings present themselves very clearly as dealing directly with the topical issue of religion and development or making a contribution to a larger collective scholarly undertaking (with specific reference to anthologies and journal special issues) devoted to the theme of religion and development.

As already recognised,12 we do not lay claim to be offering a complete bibliography on religion and development and in this regard could take comfort in the words that there is in fact ‘no such thing as a complete bibliography’ (Sargent 1999:138).13 Yet, we are confident at the same time that our bibliography gives evidence of an up-to-date account that will contribute towards raising awareness amongst scholars and students from the fields of religion, theology and the social sciences; more broadly speaking, it is about an extraordinary scholarly development over a relatively short period of time that is today engaging the whole idea and practice of development in a new way and in the process is turning the thesis about secularisation on its head. From this vantage point, we also want to go a step further by presenting our bibliography as a comprehensive source that could strengthen and inform ongoing research in the subject field across topical issues and themes, from a religious, social science and not least also a theological perspective. In our own case, for instance, we intend, with respect to our own context, to use our bibliography as the foundational source to undertake a closer examination of how and the extent to which African scholarship and the African continent and its multiple societies feature in and are making a contribution to the new corpus and its debates.14

1980

Ariyaratne, A.T., 1980, ‘The role of Buddhist monks in development’, World Development 8(7–8), 587–589. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0305-750X(80)90043-1

Bruneau, T.C., 1980, ‘The Catholic Church and development in Latin America: The role of the basic Christian communities’, World Development 8(7–8), 535–544. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0305-750X(80)90038-8

Creevey, L., 1980, ‘Religious attitudes and development in Dakar, Senegal’, World Development 8(7–8), 503–512. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0305-750X(80)90035-2

Davis, K., 1980, ‘Christian praxis for change: A Caribbean experiment’, World Development 8(7–8), 591–601. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0305-750X(80)90044-3

Goulet, D., 1980, ‘Development experts: The one-eyed giants’, World Development 8(7–8), 481–489. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0305-750X(80)90033-9

Houtart, F., 1980, ‘Attitudes toward development among Catholics in Sri Lanka’, World Development 8(7–8), 603–612. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0305-750X(80)90045-5

Ling, T., 1980, ‘Buddhist values and development problems: A case study of Sri Lanka’, World Development 8(7–8), 577–586. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0305-750X(80)90042-X

Morris, C.T. & Adelman, I., 1980, ‘The religious factor in economic development’, World Development 8(7–8), 491–501. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0305-750X(80)90034-0

Nash, M., 1980, ‘Islam in Iran: Turmoil, transformation or transcendence?’, World Development 8(7–8), 555–561. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0305-750X(80)90040-6

Qureshi, S., 1980, ‘Islam and development: The Zia regime in Pakistan’, World Development 8(7–8), 563–575. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0305-750X(80)90041-8

Ragab, I.A., 1980, ‘Islam and development’, World Development 8(7–8), 513–521. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0305-750X(80)90036-4

Turner, H.W., 1980, ‘African Independent Churches and economic development’, World Development 8(7–8), 523–533. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0305-750X(80)90037-6

Von der Mehden, F.R., 1980, ‘Religion and development in South-East Asia: A comparative study’, World Development 8(7–8), 545–553. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0305-750X(80)90039-X

Wilber, C.K. & Jameson, K., 1980, ‘Religious values and social limits to development’, World Development 8(7–8), 461–479. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0305-750X(80)90032-7

1983

Foster, T.C., 1983, Women, religion, and development in the Third World, Praeger, New York.

1988

Geschiere P. & Van der Klei, J., 1988, ‘Popular protest: The Diola of South Senegal’, in P. Quarles van Ufford & M. Schoffeleers (eds.), Religion and development: Towards an integrated approach, pp. 209–229, Free University Press, Amsterdam.

Kooiman, D., 1988, ‘Change of religion as a way to survival: Some source material from 19th-century Travancore, India’, in P. Quarles van Ufford & M. Schoffeleers (eds.), Religion and development: Towards an integrated approach, pp. 167–184, Free University Press, Amsterdam.

Koster, A., 1988, ‘Religion, education and development: Colonial and post-colonial Malta’, in P. Quarles van Ufford & M. Schoffeleers (eds.), Religion and development: Towards an integrated approach, pp. 113–128, Free University Press, Amsterdam.

Quarles van Ufford, P., 1988a, ‘Cycles of concern: Dutch Reformed mission in Central Java, 1896–1970’, in P. Quarles van Ufford & M. Schoffeleers (eds.), Religion and development: Towards an integrated approach, pp. 73–94, Free University Press, Amsterdam.

Quarles van Ufford, P. & Schoffeleers, M. (eds.), 1988b, Religion and development: Towards an integrated approach, Free University Press, Amsterdam.

Quarles van Ufford, P. & Schoffeleers, M., 1988c, ‘Towards a rapprochement of anthropology and development studies’, in P. Quarles van Ufford & M. Schoffeleers (eds.), Religion and development: Towards an integrated approach, pp. 1–30, Free University Press, Amsterdam.

Schefold, R., 1988, ‘Heartless house and painted concrete: Aspects of ethnicity among Sa’dan Toraja and Toba Batak (Indonesia)’, in P. Quarles van Ufford & M. Schoffeleers (eds.), Religion and development: Towards an integrated approach, pp. 231–246, Free University Press, Amsterdam.

Schoffeleers, M., 1988, ‘Theological styles and revolutionary élan: An African discussion’, in P. Quarles van Ufford & M. Schoffeleers (eds.), Religion and development: Towards an integrated approach, pp. 185–208, Free University Press, Amsterdam.

Selier, F. & Van der Linden, J., 1988, ‘“Only bullets make them listen”: Population mobility, housing and policy in Pakistan’, in P. Quarles van Ufford & M. Schoffeleers (eds.), Religion and development: Towards an integrated approach, pp. 95–112, Free University Press, Amsterdam.

Sutherland, H., 1988, ‘Power, trade and Islam in the eastern Archipelagos, 1700–1850’, in P. Quarles van Ufford & M. Schoffeleers (eds.), Religion and development: Towards an integrated approach, pp. 145–165, Free University Press, Amsterdam.

Tennekes, H., 1988, ‘Religion and power: Modernization processes in Dutch Protestantism’, in P. Quarles van Ufford & M. Schoffeleers (eds.), Religion and development: Towards an integrated approach, pp. 31–71, Free University Press, Amsterdam.

Van Kessel, J. & Droogers, A., 1988, ‘Secular views and sacred vision: Sociology of development and the significance of religion in Latin America’, in P. Quarles van Ufford & M. Schoffeleers (eds.), Religion and development: Towards an integrated approach, pp. 53–71, Free University Press, Amsterdam.

Van Wesemael-Smit, J.L., 1988, ‘Autonomy and women’s groups: The new key to theory and policy on women and development?’, in P. Quarles van Ufford & M. Schoffeleers (eds.), Religion and development: Towards an integrated approach, pp. 265–288, Free University Press, Amsterdam.

Van Wetering, W., 1988, ‘Ritual laundering of black money among Surinam Creoles in The Netherlands’, in P. Quarles van Ufford & M. Schoffeleers (eds.), Religion and development: Towards an integrated approach, pp. 247–264, Free University Press, Amsterdam.

Venema, B., 1988, ‘Islamic revival in Tunisia: A turning-point?’ in P. Quarles van Ufford & M. Schoffeleers (eds.), Religion and development: Towards an integrated approach, pp. 129–144, Free University Press, Amsterdam.

1996

Goldthorpe, J.E., 1996, ‘Religion and development’, in J.E. Goldthorpe, The sociology of post-colonial societies: Economic disparity, cultural diversity, and development, pp. 179–199, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

1999

Ahmed, S., 1999, ‘Islam and development: Opportunities and constraints for Somali women’, Gender & Development 7(1), 69–72. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/741922939

Raghuram, P., 1999, ‘Religion and development’, in T. Skelton & T. Allen (eds.), Culture and global change, pp. 232–239, Routledge, London.

Tripp, L., 1999, ‘Gender and development from a Christian perspective: Experience from World Vision’, Gender & Development 7(1), 62–68. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/741922931

Walker, B., 1999, ‘Christianity, development, and women’s liberation’, Gender & Development 7(1), 15–22. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/741922929

2000

Tyndale, W., 2000, ‘Faith and economics in “development”: A bridge across the chasm?’ Development in Practice 10(1), 9–18. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614520052466

Ver Beek, K.A., 2000, ‘Spirituality: A development taboo’, Development in Practice 10(1), 31–43. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614520052484

2001

Marshall, K., 2001, ‘Development and religion: A different lens on development debates’, Peabody Journal of Education 76(3–4), 339–375. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0161956X.2001.9682003

2002

Bornstein, E., 2002, ‘Developing faith: Theologies of economic development in Zimbabwe’, Journal of Religion in Africa 32(1), 4–31. http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/15700660260048456

Renders, M., 2002, ‘An ambiguous adventure: Muslim organisations and the discourse of “development” in Senegal’, Journal of Religion in Africa 32(1), 61–82. http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/15700660260048474

2003

Agnivesh, S., 2003, ‘A spiritual vision for the dialogue of religions’, Development 46(4), 35–38. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.development.1110488

Ahmed, A.S., 2003, ‘The sweet harmony of dialogue’, in K. Marshall & R. Marsh (eds.), Millennium challenges for development and faith institutions, pp. 18–21, World Bank, Washington, DC.

Balchin, C., 2003, ‘With her feet on the ground: Women, religion and development in Muslim communities’, Development 46(4), 39–49. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.development.1110489

Bono, 2003, ‘Challenge for our generation’, in K. Marshall & R. Marsh (eds.), Millennium challenges for development and faith institutions, pp. 12–17, World Bank, Washington, DC.

Bornstein, E., 2003, The spirit of development: Protestant NGOs, morality, and economics in Zimbabwe, Stanford University Press, Stanford, CA.

Goody, J.R., 2003, ‘Religion and development: Some comparative considerations’, Development 46(4), 64–67. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.development.1110492

Harcourt, W., 2003a, ‘Editorial: Clearing the path for collective compassion’, Development 46(4), 3–5. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.development.1110483

Harcourt, W. (ed.), 2003b, Special Issue: ‘Religion and Development’, Development 46(4), 1–112.

Hope, A. & Timmel, S., 2003, ‘A Kenyan experience for faith-based transformative action’, Development 46(4), 93–99. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.development.1110497

Iyer, S., 2003, ‘Religion, reproduction and development in contemporary India’, Development 46(4), 50–56. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.development.1110490

Kliksberg, B., 2003, ‘Facing the inequalities of development: Some lessons from Judaism and Christianity’, Development 46(4), 57–63. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.development.1110491

Kumar, S., 2003, ‘Development and religion: Cultivating a sense of the sacred’, Development 46(4), 15–21. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.development.1110485

Loy, D., 2003, ‘The poverty of development: Buddhist reflections’, Development 46(4), 7–14. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.development.1110484

Maheshvarananda, D., 2003, ‘Revolutionary consciousness: Development as transformation’, Development 46(4), 74–78. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.development.1110494

Maoulidi, S., 2003, ‘The Sahiba Sisters Foundation in Tanzania: Meeting organizational and community needs’, Development 46(4), 85–92. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.development.1110496

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Martinez, S., 2003, ‘Women’s leadership in Mexico: Education for social change at the grassroots’, Development 46(4), 79–84. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.development.1110495

Muzaffar, C., 2003, ‘The global rich and the global poor: Seeking the middle path’, Development 46(4), 29–34. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.development.1110487

Short, C., 2003, ‘After September 11: What global development challenges lie ahead’, in K. Marshall & R. Marsh (eds.), Millennium challenges for development and faith institutions, pp. 3–11, World Bank, Washington, DC.

Suwanbubbha, P., 2003, ‘Development and Buddhism revisited: Arguing the case for Thai religious nuns (Mae Chees)’, Development 46(4), 68–73. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.development.1110493

Tyndale, W., 2003, ‘Idealism and practicality: The role of religion in development’, Development 46(4), 22–28. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.development.1110486

2004

Abbink, J., 2004, ’Converting pastoralists: Reflections on missionary work and development in southern Ethiopia’, in O. Salemink, A. van Harskamp & A.K. Giri (eds.), The development of religion, the religion of development, pp. 133–142, Eburon, Delft.

Bax, M., 2004, ’Mass graves, stagnating identification, and war violence in rural Bosnia-Herzegovina’, in O. Salemink, A. van Harskamp & A.K. Giri (eds.), The development of religion, the religion of development, pp. 179–190, Eburon, Delft.

Bond, G.D., 2004, Buddhism at work: Community development, social empowerment and the Sarvodaya movement, Kumarian, Bloomfield, CT.

Buijs, G.J., 2004, ’Religion and development’, in O. Salemink, A. van Harskamp & A.K. Giri (eds.), The development of religion, the religion of development, pp. 101–108, Eburon, Delft.

De Gaay Fortman, B., 2004, ‘In search of a new paradigm: Development interventionism from a human dignity perspective’, in O. Salemink, A. van Harskamp & A.K. Giri (eds.), The development of religion, the religion of development, pp. 19–28, Eburon, Delft.

Erath, W., 2004, ‘Values and norms: An attempt to simplify the debate’, in O. Salemink, A. van Harskamp & A.K. Giri (eds.), The development of religion, the religion of development, pp. 171–178, Eburon, Delft.

Feng, Z., 2004, ‘Contradiction of religion and development: Discussion on the theory, culture and practical conflict of Islam and financial globalization’, Social Sciences in Ningxia 4(2004), 65–69.

Giri, A.K., 2004, ‘Self-development, inclusion of the other and planetary realisations’, in O. Salemink, A. van Harskamp & A.K. Giri (eds.), The development of religion, the religion of development, pp. 109–120, Eburon, Delft.

Hill, K.R., 2004, ‘A helping hand and a clear witness: The Christian response to global suffering’, The Brandywine Review of Faith & International Affairs 2(3), 43–49. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15435725.2004.9523193

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Marshall, K. & Keough, L., 2004, Mind, heart and soul in the fight against poverty, World Bank, Washington, DC, viewed 24 April 2016, from http://siteresources.worldbank.org/EXTDEVDIALOGUE/Resources/Mind_heart_soul.pdf

Mosse, D., 2004, ‘Social analysis as product development: Anthropologists at work in the World Bank’, in O. Salemink, A. van Harskamp & A.K. Giri (eds.), The development of religion, the religion of development, pp. 77–88, Eburon, Delft.

Nauta, W., 2004, ‘A moral critique of fieldwork’, in O. Salemink, A. van Harskamp & A.K. Giri (eds.), The development of religion, the religion of development, pp. 89–100, Eburon, Delft.

Nugroho, S. & Kana, N.L., 2004, ‘The Easter “Pajatan” celebration: Identity differences and efforts to restore harmony’, in O. Salemink, A. van Harskamp & A.K. Giri (eds.), The development of religion, the religion of development, pp. 163–171, Eburon, Delft.

Nuijten, M., 2004, ‘The “hope-generating machine” and the positionality of the anthropologist’, in O. Salemink, A. van Harskamp & A.K. Giri (eds.), The development of religion, the religion of development, pp. 51–58, Eburon, Delft.

Rew, A., 2004, ‘“Samen op weg?” Travelling together? Religious reform and female empowerment in northern Orissa’, in O. Salemink, A. van Harskamp & A.K. Giri (eds.), The development of religion, the religion of development, pp. 143–152, Eburon, Delft.

Salemink, O., 2004, ‘Development cooperation as quasi-religious conversion’, in O. Salemink, A. van Harskamp & A.K. Giri (eds.), The development of religion, the religion of development, pp. 121–132, Eburon, Delft.

Salemink, O., Van Harskamp, A. & Giri, A.K. (eds.), 2004, The Development of religion, the religion of development, Eburon, Delft.

Saptaningtyas, H. & Dirdjosanjoto, P., 2004, ‘Religious conversions in central Java: Struggling for space in two local communities’, in O. Salemink, A. van Harskamp & A.K. Giri (eds.), The development of religion, the religion of development, pp. 153–162, Eburon, Delft.

Sciortino, R., 2004, ‘Development aid: A new crisis?’, in O. Salemink, A. van Harskamp & A.K. Giri (eds.), The development of religion, the religion of development, pp. 41–50, Eburon, Delft.

Selinger, L., 2004, ‘The forgotten factor: The uneasy relationship between religion and development’, Social Compass 51(4), 523–543. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0037768604047872

Thomas, S.M., 2004a, ‘Building communities of character: Foreign aid policy and faith-based organizations’, The SAIS Review of International Affairs 24(2), 133–148. http://dx.doi.org/10.1353/sais.2004.0045

Thomas, S.M., 2004b, ‘Faith and foreign aid: How the World Bank got religion, and why it matters’, The Brandywine Review of Faith & International Affairs 2(2), 21–29. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15435725.2004.9523180

Van den Berg, R.D., 2004, ‘Evaluating the fundamentalism of evaluation’, in O. Salemink, A. van Harskamp & A.K. Giri (eds.), The development of religion, the religion of development, pp. 67–76, Eburon, Delft.

Verhallen, P., 2004, ‘Continuity and change in evaluation practice: From intervention to results’, in O. Salemink, A. van Harskamp & A.K. Giri (eds.), The development of religion, the religion of development, pp. 59–66, Eburon, Delft.

Wolters, W.G., 2004, ‘The perils of exponential growth: How interest rates and indebtedness can lead to financial instability’, in O. Salemink, A. van Harskamp & A.K. Giri (eds.), The development of religion, the religion of development, pp. 29–40, Eburon, Delft.

2005

Afshar, F., 2005, ‘Exploring the frontiers of international development: Countries of the North, well-being, spirituality, and contemplation’, Canadian Journal of Development Studies 26(3), 527–546. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02255189.2005.9669074

Cordaid, ICCO & Institute of Social Studies, 2005, ‘Religion: A source for human rights and development cooperation’, Report from the conference ‘Religion: A source for human rights and development cooperation’, Soesterberg, 6–9 September, viewed 15 April 2016, from http://www.icco.nl/documents/pdf/BBO-Rapport-180406_DEF.pdf

Holenstein, A., 2005, ‘Role and significance of religion and spirituality in development cooperation: A reflection and working paper’, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, Bern, viewed 15 April 2016, from https://www.eda.admin.ch/content/dam/countries/countries-content/india/en/resource_en_24892.pdf

Occhipinti, L., 2005, Acting on faith: Religious developmental organizations in North Western Argentina, Lexington Books, Oxford.

2006

Alkire, S., 2006, ‘Religion and development’, in D.A. Clark (ed.), The Elgar companion to development studies, pp. 502–510, Edward Elgar, Northampton, MA.

Bartelink, B. & Buitelaar, M., 2006, ‘The challenges of incorporating Muslim women’s views into development policy: Analysis of a Dutch action research project in Yemen’, Gender & Development 14(3), 351–362. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13552070600980286

Candland, C. & Nurjanah, S., 2006, ‘Women’s empowerment through Islamic organizations: The role of Nahdlatul Ulama in transforming the government’s birth control programme into a family welfare programme’, in W. Tyndale (ed.), Visions of development: Faith-based initiatives, pp. 94–101, Ashgate, Aldershot.

Chowdry, K. & Tyndale, W., 2006, ‘The Sarvodaya Shramadana movement’, in W. Tyndale (ed.), Visions of development: Faith-based initiatives, pp. 9–16, Ashgate, Aldershot.

Clarke, G., 2006, ‘Faith matters: Faith-based organisations, civil society and international development’, Journal of International Development 18(6), 835–848. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jid.1317

DeTemple, J., 2006, ‘“Haiti appeared at my church”: Faith-based organizations, transnational activism, and tourism in sustainable development’, Urban Anthropology and Studies of Cultural Systems and World Economic Development 35(2/3), 155–181.

Hutanuwatr, P. & Rasbash, J., 2006, ‘Engaged Buddhism in Siam and South-East Asia’, in W. Tyndale (ed.), Visions of development: Faith-based initiatives, pp. 121–129, Ashgate, Aldershot.

Mohammed, B., 2006, ‘Addis Ababa Muslim Women’s Council’, in W. Tyndale (ed.), Visions of development: Faith-based initiatives, pp. 87–93, Ashgate, Aldershot.

Otzoy, A., 2006, ‘An experience of development with a Christian and Mayan focus: The case of Awakatán’, in W. Tyndale (ed.), Visions of development: Faith-based initiatives, pp. 44–49, Ashgate, Aldershot.

Para-Mallam, O.J., 2006, ‘Faith, gender and development agendas in Nigeria: Conflicts, challenges, and opportunities’, Gender & Development 14(3), 409–421. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13552070600980898

Parissi, R., 2006, ‘Sebastián Acevedo movement against torture: A project for the dignity of life’, in W. Tyndale (ed.), Visions of development: Faith-based initiatives, pp. 137–144, Ashgate, Aldershot.

Rêgo, J., 2006, ‘Generosity comes from the strength of the waters: The socio-educational activity of “Terreiro” Ilê Axé Omin Funkó’, in W. Tyndale (ed.), Visions of development: Faith-based initiatives, pp. 37–43, Ashgate, Aldershot.

Salissou, I., 2006, ‘Association for environmental conservation and social progress: Sarkan Zoumountsi’, in W. Tyndale (ed.), Visions of development: Faith-based initiatives, pp. 29–36, Ashgate, Aldershot.

Srivastava, R.S., 2006, ‘Swadhyaya: A movement experience in India’, in W. Tyndale (ed.), Visions of development: Faith-based initiatives, pp. 1–8, Ashgate, Aldershot.

Ter Haar, G. & Ellis, S., 2006, ‘The role of religion in development: Towards a new relationship between the European Union and Africa’, The European Journal of Development Research 18(3), 351–367. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09578810600893403

Tomalin, E., 2006, ‘Religion and a rights-based approach to development’, Progress in Development Studies 6(2), 93–108. http://dx.doi.org/10.1191/1464993406ps130oa

Tyndale, W., 2006a, ‘National Fish Workers Forum: a spiritually inspired movement for alternative development’, in W. Tyndale (ed.), Visions of development: Faith-based initiatives, pp. 130–136, Ashgate, Aldershot.

Tyndale, W., 2006b, ‘Some final reflections’, in W. Tyndale (ed.), Visions of development: Faith-based initiatives, pp. 153–178, Ashgate, Aldershot.

Tyndale, W. (ed.), 2006c, Visions of development: Faith-based initiatives, Ashgate, Aldershot.

Usha, K.R., 2006, ‘Vivekananda Girijana Kalyana Kendra’, in W. Tyndale (ed.), Visions of development: Faith-based initiatives, pp. 61–68, Ashgate, Aldershot.

Zikra, E., 2006, ‘Tokombéré: A project for human development founded on faith’, in W. Tyndale (ed.), Visions of development: Faith-based initiatives, pp. 69–76, Ashgate, Aldershot.

2007

Alolo, N.A., 2007, ‘African traditional religion and concepts of development: A background paper’, Working paper 5, Religions and Development Research Programme, International Development Department, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, viewed 15 April 2016, from http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/government-society/departments/international-development/rad/publications/background.aspx

An-Na`im, A.A., 2007, ‘Human rights and the imperative of cross-cultural dialogue: An Islamic perspective’, in B.K. Goldewijk (ed.), Religion, international relations and development cooperation, pp. 305–319, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.

Balchin, C., 2007, ‘The F-word and the S-word – too much of one and not enough of the other’, Development in Practice 17(4–5), 532–538. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614520701469500

Berger, P.L., 2007, ‘Religion and development’, in B.K. Goldewijk (ed.), Religion, international relations and development cooperation, pp. 237–246, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.

Boff, L., 2007, ‘The poor, the new cosmology and liberation’, in B.K. Goldewijk (ed.), Religion, international relations and development cooperation, pp. 113–125, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.

Bradley, T., 2007, ‘The relationships between religion and development: Views from anthropology’, Working paper 5, Religions and Development Research Programme, International Development Department, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, viewed 15 April 2016, from http://epapers.bham.ac.uk/1532/

Clarke, G., 2007, ‘Agents of transformation? Donors, faith-based organisations and international development’, Third World Quarterly 28(1), 77–96. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01436590601081880

Fox, J., 2007, ‘The future of religion and domestic conflict’, in B.K. Goldewijk (ed.), Religion, international relations and development cooperation, pp. 129–152, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.

Goldewijk, B.K., 2007a, ‘Religion and international development policies: An orienting framework’, in B.K. Goldewijk (ed.), Religion, international relations and development cooperation, pp. 323–349, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.

Goldewijk, B.K. (ed.), 2007b, Religion, international relations and development cooperation, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen. http://dx.doi.org/10.3920/978-90-8686-599-4

Goldewijk, B.K., 2007c, ‘Resurgence of religion, international relations and development cooperation: Main challenges ahead’, in B.K. Goldewijk (ed.), Religion, international relations and development cooperation, pp. 23–54, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.

Hassan, R., 2007, ‘Religion, ethics and violence: Developing a new Muslim discourse’, in B.K. Goldewijk (ed.), Religion, international relations and development cooperation, pp. 161–185, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.

Haynes, J., 2007, Religion and development: Conflict or cooperation?, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Hefferan, T., 2007a, ‘Finding faith in development: Religious non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in Argentina and Zimbabwe’, Anthropological Quarterly 80(3), 887–896. http://dx.doi.org/10.1353/anq.2007.0042

Hefferan, T., 2007b, Twinning faith and development: Catholic parish partnering in the US and Haiti, Kumarian Press, Bloomfield, CT.

Mamdani, M., 2007, ‘The secular roots of radical political Islam’, in B.K. Goldewijk (ed.), Religion, international relations and development cooperation, pp. 153–160, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.

Marshall, K. & Van Saanen, M.B., 2007, Development and faith: Where mind, heart and soul work together, World Bank, Washington, DC, viewed 24 April 2016, from http://siteresources.worldbank.org/EXTDEVDIALOGUE/Resources/Development_Faith.pdf

Mojahedi, M.M., 2007, ‘Human rights and Muslim forms of life: A pluralist approach with especial emphasis on Iran’, in B.K. Goldewijk (ed.), Religion, international relations and development cooperation, pp. 187–215, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.

Opschoor, J.B., 2007, ‘“Wealth of nations” or a “common future”: Religion-based responses to unsustainability and globalisation’, in B.K. Goldewijk (ed.), Religion, international relations and development cooperation, pp. 247–279, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.

Pogge, T.W., 2007, ‘Recognized and violated by international law: The rights of the global poor’, in B.K. Goldewijk (ed.), Religion, international relations and development cooperation, pp. 79–112, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.

Pryor, F.L., 2007, ‘The economic impact of Islam on developing countries’, World Development 35(11), 1815–1835. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2006.12.004

Thomas, S.M., 2007, ‘How shall we then live? Rethinking religion, politics and communities in an age of global terrorism’, in B.K. Goldewijk (ed.), Religion, international relations and development cooperation, pp. 57–78, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.

Van Gennip, J.A.M., 2007, ‘The soft-spoken inspiration: International cooperation and the Christian social tradition’, in B.K. Goldewijk (ed.), Religion, international relations and development cooperation, pp. 281–304, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.

Vroom, H.M., 2007, ‘Islam and Christianity in the public debate’, in B.K. Goldewijk (ed.), Religion, international relations and development cooperation, pp. 217–233, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.

2008

Berger, P.L., 2008, ‘Faith and development: A global perspective’, CDE Public Lectures, The Centre for Development and Enterprise, Johannesburg, viewed 24 April 2016, from http://www.cde.org.za/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Faith_and_Development.pdf

Clark, J.A., 2008, ‘FBOs and change in the context of authoritarianism’, in G. Clarke & M. Jennings (eds.), Development, civil society and faith-based organizations: Bridging the sacred and the secular, pp. 145–170, Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Clarke, G., 2008, ‘Faith-based organizations and international development: An overview’, in G. Clarke & M. Jennings (eds.), Development, civil society and faith-based organizations: Bridging the sacred and the secular, pp. 17–45, Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Clarke, G. & Jennings, M., 2008a, ‘Introduction’, in G. Clarke & M. Jennings (eds.), Development, civil society and faith-based organizations: Bridging the sacred and the secular, pp. 1–16, Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Clarke, G. & Jennings, M. (eds.), 2008b, Development, civil society and faith-based organizations: Bridging the sacred and the secular, Palgrave Macmillan, London. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9780230371262

Harb, M., 2008, ‘Faith-based organizations as effective development partners? Hezbollah and post-war reconstruction in Lebanon’, in G. Clarke & M. Jennings (eds.), Development, civil society and faith-based organizations: Bridging the sacred and the secular, pp. 214–239, Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Harper, M., Rao, D.S.K. & Sahu, A.K., 2008, Development, divinity and dharma: The role of religion in development and microfinance institutions, Practical Action Publishing, Rugby, UK.

Hovland, I., 2008, ‘Who’s afraid of religion? Tensions between “mission” and “development” in the Norwegian Mission Society’, in G. Clarke & M. Jennings (eds.), Development, civil society and faith-based organizations: Bridging the sacred and the secular, pp. 171–186, Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Jaffrelot, C., 2008, ‘Hindu nationalism and the social welfare strategy’, in G. Clarke & M. Jennings (eds.), Development, civil society and faith-based organizations: Bridging the sacred and the secular, pp. 240–259, Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Jennings, M., 2008, ‘The spirit of brotherhood: Christianity and Ujamaa in Tanzania’, in G. Clarke & M. Jennings (eds.), Development, civil society and faith-based organizations: Bridging the sacred and the secular, pp. 94–116, Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Jennings, M. & Clarke, G., 2008, ‘Conclusion: Faith and development – of ethno-separatism, multi-culturalism and religious partitioning?’, in G. Clarke & M. Jennings (eds.), Development, civil society and faith-based organizations: Bridging the sacred and the secular, pp. 260–274, Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Kroessin, M.R. & Mohamed, A.S., 2008, ‘Saudi Arabian NGOs in Somalia: “Wahabi” Da’wah or humanitarian aid?’, in G. Clarke & M. Jennings (eds.), Development, civil society and faith-based organizations: Bridging the sacred and the secular, pp. 187–213, Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Linden, I., 2008, ‘The language of development: What are international development agencies talking about?’, in G. Clarke & M. Jennings (eds.), Development, civil society and faith-based organizations: Bridging the sacred and the secular, pp. 72–93, Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Moreno, A.F., 2008, ‘Engaged citizenship: The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) in the post-authoritarian Philippines’, in G. Clarke & M. Jennings (eds.), Development, civil society and faith-based organizations: Bridging the sacred and the secular, pp. 117–144, Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Olson, E., 2008, ‘Common belief, contested meanings: Development and faith-based organisational culture’, Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 99(4), 393–405. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-9663.2008.00481.x

Pearson, R. & Tomalin, E., 2008, ‘Intelligent design? A gender sensitive interrogation of religion and development’, in G. Clarke & M. Jennings (eds.), Development, civil society and faith-based organizations: Bridging the sacred and the secular, pp. 46–71, Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Platteau, J.P., 2008, ‘Religion, politics, and development: Lessons from the lands of Islam’, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 68(2), 329–351. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jebo.2008.06.003

2009

Adkins, J., 2009, ‘Beyond development and “projects”: The globalization of solidarity’, in T. Hefferan, J. Adkins & L. Occhipinti (eds.), Bridging the gaps: Faith-based organisations, neoliberalism and development in Latin America and the Caribbean, pp. 103–118, Lexington Books, Landham, MD.

Alvaré, B., 2009, ‘Fighting for “livity”: Rastafari politics in a neoliberal state’, in T. Hefferan, J. Adkins & L. Occhipinti (eds.), Bridging the gaps: Faith-based organisations, neoliberalism and development in Latin America and the Caribbean, pp. 51–68, Lexington Books, Landham, MD.

Bornholdt, S.R.C., 2009, ‘Soka Gakkai in Brazil: Buddhism, recruitment, or marketing?’, in T. Hefferan, J. Adkins & L. Occhipinti (eds.), Bridging the gaps: Faith-based organisations, neoliberalism and development in Latin America and the Caribbean, pp. 181–195, Lexington Books, Landham, MD.

Bradley, T., 2009a, ‘A call for clarification and critical analysis of the work of faith-based development organizations (FBDO)’, Progress in Development Studies 9(2), 101–114. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/146499340800900202

Bradley, T., 2009b, ‘Physical religious spaces in the lives of Rajasthani village women: Ethnographic study and practice of religion in development’, Journal of Human Development and Capabilities 10(1), 43–61. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14649880802675135

Clarke, G., 2009, ‘Religion and international development’, in G. Haynes (ed.), The Routledge handbook of religion and politics, pp. 385–402, Routledge, London.

De Kadt, E., 2009, ‘Should God play a role in development?’, Journal of International Development 21(6), 781–786. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jid.1617

Deneulin, S. & Bano, M., 2009, Religion in development: Rewriting the secular script, Zed Books, London.

DeTemple, J., Eidenshink, E. & Josephson, K., 2009, ‘How is your life since then? Gender, doctrine, and development in Bolivia’, in T. Hefferan, J. Adkins & L. Occhipinti (eds.), Bridging the gaps: Faith-based organisations, neoliberalism and development in Latin America and the Caribbean, pp. 119–132, Lexington Books, Landham, MD.

Dilger, H., 2009, ‘Doing better? Religion, the virtue-ethics of development, and the fragmentation of health politics in Tanzania’, Africa Today 56(1), 88–110.

Fogarty, T.G., 2009, ‘Searching for solidarity in Nicaragua: Faith-based NGOs as agents of trans-cultural voluntourism’, in T. Hefferan, J. Adkins & L. Occhipinti (eds.), Bridging the gaps: Faith-based organisations, neoliberalism and development in Latin America and the Caribbean, pp. 83–102, Lexington Books, Landham, MD.

Hanson, J.H., 2009, ‘Modernity, religion and development in Ghana: The example of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community’, Ghana Studies 12–13, 55–75.

Hefferan, T.L., 2009, ‘Encouraging development “alternatives”: Grassroots church partnering in the U.S. and Haiti’, in T. Hefferan, J. Adkins & L. Occhipinti (eds.), Bridging the gaps: Faith-based organisations, neoliberalism and development in Latin America and the Caribbean, pp. 69–82, Lexington Books, Landham, MD.

Hefferan, T., Adkins, J. & Occhipinti, L., 2009a, ‘Faith-based organizations, neoliberalism, and development: An introduction’, in T. Hefferan, J. Adkins & L. Occhipinti (eds.), Bridging the gaps: Faith-based organisations, neoliberalism and development in Latin America and the Caribbean, pp. 1–34, Lexington Books, Landham, MD.

Hefferan, T., Adkins, J. & Occhipinti, L. (eds.), 2009b, Bridging the gaps: Faith-based organisations, neoliberalism and development in Latin America and the Caribbean. Lexington Books, Landham, MD.

Hogue, E., 2009, ‘“God wants us to have a life that is sustainable”: Faith-based development and economic change in Andean peasant communities’, in T. Hefferan, J. Adkins & L. Occhipinti (eds.), Bridging the gaps: Faith-based organisations, neoliberalism and development in Latin America and the Caribbean, pp. 133–150, Lexington Books, Landham, MD.

Jodhka, S.S., 2009, ‘Sikhs in contemporary times: Religious identities and discourses of development’, Sikh Formations: Religion, Culture, Theory 5(1), 1–22. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17448720902935029

Lunn, J., 2009, ‘The role of religion, spirituality and faith in development: A critical theory approach’, Third World Quarterly 30(5), 937–951. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01436590902959180

Martínez Novo, C., 2009, ‘The Salesian missions of Ecuador: Building an anti-neoliberal nation through the cultural and political construction of the indigenous movement’, in T. Hefferan, J. Adkins & L. Occhipinti (eds.), Bridging the gaps: Faith-based organisations, neoliberalism and development in Latin America and the Caribbean, pp. 213–229, Lexington Books, Landham, MD.

Occhipinti, L., 2009, ‘Faith, hope, charity: Catholic development organizations in Argentina’, in T. Hefferan, J. Adkins & L. Occhipinti (eds.), Bridging the gaps: Faith-based organisations, neoliberalism and development in Latin America and the Caribbean, pp. 197–212, Lexington Books, Landham, MD.

Pereira, J., Angel, R.J. & Angel, J.L., 2009, ‘A Chilean faith-based NGO’s social service mission in the context of neoliberal reform’, in T. Hefferan, J. Adkins & L. Occhipinti (eds.), Bridging the gaps: Faith-based organisations, neoliberalism and development in Latin America and the Caribbean, pp. 151–164, Lexington Books, Landham, MD.

Peters, P., 2009, ‘Faith-related education NGOs in Latin America: The case of Fe y Alegria in Perú’, in T. Hefferan, J. Adkins & L. Occhipinti (eds.), Bridging the gaps: Faith-based organisations, neoliberalism and development in Latin America and the Caribbean, pp. 165–180, Lexington Books, Landham, MD.

Plant, S.J., 2009, ‘International development and belief in progress’, Journal of International Development 21(6), 844–855. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jid.1622

Sharp, E.P., 2009, ‘Waging the war on drugs: Neoliberal governance and the formation of faith-based organizations in urban Mexico’, in T. Hefferan, J. Adkins & L. Occhipinti (eds.), Bridging the gaps: Faith-based organisations, neoliberalism and development in Latin America and the Caribbean, pp. 35–50, Lexington Books, Landham, MD.

2010

Alam, J., 2010, ‘The contemporary Muslim situation in India: A long-term view’, in G. Mahajan & S.S. Jodhka (eds.), Religion, community and development: Changing contours of politics and policy in India, pp. 203–227, Routledge, New Delhi.

Ali, A., 2010, ‘The Sachar Committee report and multiculturalism in India: Questions of group equality and the public sphere’, in G. Mahajan & S.S. Jodhka (eds.), Religion, community and development: Changing contours of politics and policy in India, pp. 65–82, Routledge, New Delhi.

Appleby, R.S. & Bindenagel, C.J., 2010, ‘The economy of the spirit: Religion, ethics, and development in the thought of Denis Goulet and in contemporary practice’, in C.K. Wilber & A.K. Dutt (eds.), New directions in development ethics: Essays in honor of Denis Goulet, pp. 281–307, University of Notre Dame Press, Notre Dame, IN.

Bajpai, R., 2010, ‘Cultural rights of minorities during constitution-making: A re-reading’, in G. Mahajan & S.S. Jodhka (eds.), Religion, community and development: Changing contours of politics and policy in India, pp. 282–300, Routledge, New Delhi.

Berger, P.L., 2010, ‘Max Weber is alive and well, and living in Guatemala: The Protestant ethic today’, The Review of Faith & International Affairs 8(4), 3–9. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15570274.2010.528964

Boehle, J., 2010a, ‘Religious NGOs at the UN and the Millennium Development Goals: An introduction’, Global Change, Peace & Security 22(3), 275–296. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14781158.2010.510241

Boehle, J., 2010b, ‘The UN system and religious actors in the context of global change’, CrossCurrents 60(3), 383–401. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1939-3881.2010.00138.x

Bompani, B., 2010, ‘Religion and development from below: Independent Christianity in South Africa’, Journal of Religion in Africa 40(3), 307–330. http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/157006610X525435

Bompani, B. & Frahm-Arp, M., 2010a, ‘Conclusion: Reflections on modernization without secularization’, in B. Bompani & M. Frahm-Arp (eds.), Development and politics from below: Exploring religious spaces in the African state, pp. 240–251, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Bompani, B. & Frahm-Arp, M., 2010b, ‘Introduction: Development and politics from below: New conceptual interpretations’, in B. Bompani & M. Frahm-Arp (eds.), Development and politics from below: Exploring religious spaces in the African state, pp. 1–19, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Bompani, B. & Frahm-Arp, M. (eds.), 2010c, Development and politics from below: Exploring religious spaces in the African state. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9780230283206

Brondo, K.V. & Hefferan, T., 2010, ‘Resource guide for anthropologists working in faith-based development’, NAPA Bulletin 33(1), 161–170. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1556-4797.2010.01046.x

Chitando, E., 2010, ‘Sacred struggles: The World Council of Churches and the HIV epidemic in Africa’, B. Bompani & M. Frahm-Arp (eds.), Development and politics from below: Exploring religious spaces in the African State, pp. 218–239, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Cochrane, J.R., 2010, ‘Health and the uses of religion: Recovering the political proper?’, in B. Bompani & M. Frahm-Arp (eds.), Development and politics from below: Exploring religious spaces in the African State, pp. 175–196, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Connolly, R.P. & Brondo, K.V., 2010, ‘Incarnational theology and the gospel: Exploring the Mississippi model of episcopal medical missions to Panama’, NAPA Bulletin 33(1), 31–49. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1556-4797.2010.01039.x

Dutt, A.K., 2010, ‘Religion and development ethics: The case of Hinduism’, in C.K. Wilber & A.K. Dutt (eds.), New directions in development ethics: Essays in honor of Denis Goulet, pp. 113–141, University of Notre Dame Press, Notre Dame, IN.

Ellis, S., 2010, ‘Development and invisible worlds’, in B. Bompani & M. Frahm-Arp (eds.), Development and politics from below: Exploring religious spaces in the African State, pp. 23–39, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Fazal, T., 2010, ‘Between identity and equity: An agenda for affirmative action from Muslims’, in G. Mahajan & S.S. Jodhka (eds.), Religion, community and development: Changing contours of politics and policy in India, pp. 228–247, Routledge, New Delhi.

Freidus, A., 2010, ‘“Saving” Malawi: Faithful responses to orphans and vulnerable children’, NAPA Bulletin 33(1), 50–67. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1556-4797.2010.01040.x

Gellar, S., 2010, ‘The persistence of religious values and their influence on faith-based development institutions’, in C.K. Wilber & A.K. Dutt (eds.), New directions in development ethics: Essays in honor of Denis Goulet, pp. 95–112, University of Notre Dame Press, Notre Dame, IN.

Graveling, E., 2010, ‘Marshalling the powers: The challenge of everyday religion for development’, in B. Bompani & M. Frahm-Arp (eds.), Development and politics from below: Exploring religious spaces in the African State, pp. 197–217, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Greenfield, S.M., 2010, ‘A faith-based mental health and development project for slum dwellers in Brazil’, NAPA Bulletin 33(1), 91–104. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1556-4797.2010.01042.x

Guru, G., 2010, ‘Struggle for the margin or from the margin’, in G. Mahajan & S.S. Jodhka (eds.), Religion, community and development: Changing contours of politics and policy in India, pp. 248–262, Routledge, New Delhi.

Guth, J.L., 2010, ‘Economic globalization: The view from the Pews’, The Review of Faith & International Affairs 8(4), 43–48. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15570274.2010.528971

Hefferan, T. & Fogarty, T., 2010a, ‘The anthropology of faith and development: An introduction’, NAPA Bulletin 33(1), 1–11. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1556-4797.2010.01037.x

Hefferan, T. & Fogarty, T. (eds.), 2010b, Special issue: ‘Intersections of faith and development in local and global contexts’, NAPA Bulletin 33(1), 1–175.

Heredia, R.C., 2010, ‘Development as liberation: An Indian Christian perspective’, in G. Mahajan & S.S. Jodhka (eds.), Religion, community and development: Changing contours of politics and policy in India, pp. 129–150, Routledge, New Delhi.

Hipple, A. & Duff, J., 2010, ‘The Center for Interfaith Action and the MDGs: Leveraging congregational infrastructures for maximum impact on disease and poverty’, CrossCurrents 60(3), 368–382. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1939-3881.2010.00137.x

Hoover, D.R., 2010a, ‘A developing story’, The Review of Faith & International Affairs 8(4), 1–2. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15570274.2010.528962

Hoover, D.R. (ed.), 2010b, Thematic focus: ‘Religion and Global Development’, The Review of Faith & International Affairs 8(4), 1–95.

Huff, J., 2010, ‘Operationalizing opportunities and creating publics in Salvadoran churches: Findings from an ethnographic process evaluation’, NAPA Bulletin 33(1), 105–125. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1556-4797.2010.01043.x

Jodhka, S.S., 2010, ‘Sikhs today: Development, disparity and differences’, in G. Mahajan & S.S. Jodhka (eds.), Religion, community and development: Changing contours of politics and policy in India, pp. 173–202, Routledge, New Delhi.

Kanungo, P., 2010, ‘Hindutva’s discourse on development’, in G. Mahajan & S.S. Jodhka (eds.), Religion, community and development: Changing contours of politics and policy in India, pp. 83–101, Routledge, New Delhi.

Kaplan, S., 2010, ‘Inspiring development in fragile states’, The Review of Faith & International Affairs 8(4), 11–21. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15570274.2010.528967

Karam, A., 2010a, ‘Concluding thoughts on religion and the United Nations: Redesigning the culture of development’, CrossCurrents 60(3), 462–474. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1939-3881.2010.00143.x

Karam, A., 2010b, ‘The United Nations Population Fund’s (UNFPA’s) legacy of engaging faith-based organizations as cultural agents of change’, CrossCurrents 60(3), 432–450. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1939-3881.2010.00141.x

Kaur, R., 2010, ‘Literacy, education and gender gap among socio-religious communities’, in G. Mahajan & S.S. Jodhka (eds.), Religion, community and development: Changing contours of politics and policy in India, pp. 263–281, Routledge, New Delhi.

Kline, N., 2010, ‘Disparate power and disparate resources: Collaboration between faith-based and activist organizations for Central Florida farmworkers’, NAPA Bulletin 33(1), 126–142. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1556-4797.2010.01044.x

Lambert-Pennington, K., 2010, ‘Practicing what we preach: The possibilities of participatory action research with faith-based organizations’, NAPA Bulletin 33(1), 143–160. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1556-4797.2010.01045.x

Laver, R., 2010, ‘“Good news” in the fight against corruption’, The Review of Faith & International Affairs 8(4), 49–57. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15570274.2010.528974

Mahajan, G., 2010, ‘Religion, community and development’, in G. Mahajan & S.S. Jodhka (eds.), Religion, community and development: Changing contours of politics and policy in India, pp. 1–35, Routledge, New Delhi.

Mahajan, G. & Jodhka, S.S. (eds.), 2010, Religion, community and development: Changing contours of politics and policy in India, Routledge, New Delhi.

Mallya, E.T., 2010, ‘Faith-based organizations, the state and politics in Tanzania’, B. Bompani & M. Frahm-Arp (eds.), Development and politics from below: Exploring religious spaces in the African state, pp. 131–151, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Marshall, K., 2010, ‘Development, religion, and women’s roles in contemporary societies’, The Review of Faith & International Affairs 8(4), 35–42. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15570274.2010.528970

McDuie-Ra, D. & Rees, J.A., 2010, ‘Religious actors, civil society and the development agenda: The dynamics of inclusion and exclusion’, Journal of International Development 22(1), 20–36. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jid.1537

McGregor, A., 2010, ‘Geographies of religion and development: Rebuilding sacred spaces in Aceh, Indonesia, after the tsunami’, Environment and Planning A 42, 729–746. http://dx.doi.org/10.1068/a4273

Patel, S., 2010, ‘Seva, Sangathanas and Gurus: Service and the making of the Hindu nation’, in G. Mahajan & S.S. Jodhka (eds.), Religion, community and development: Changing contours of politics and policy in India, pp. 102–128, Routledge, New Delhi.

Pelto, D.J. & Santiviago, M.I., 2010, ‘Pan-Latin radical hospitality: Faith-based HIV/AIDS education in the South Bronx’, NAPA Bulletin 33(1), 68–90. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1556-4797.2010.01041.x

Pennings, R., 2010, ‘Work and love in the global village: Responding to caritas in veritate’, The Review of Faith & International Affairs 8(4), 69–73. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15570274.2010.528979

Phillips, J., 2010, ‘Body and soul: Faith, development, community, and social science in Nicaragua’, NAPA Bulletin 33(1), 12–30. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1556-4797.2010.01038.x

Robinson, R., 2010, ‘Indian Christians: Trajectories of development’, in G. Mahajan & S.S. Jodhka (eds.), Religion, community and development: Changing contours of politics and policy in India, pp. 151–172, Routledge, New Delhi.

Schulz, D.E., 2010, ‘Remaking society from within: Extraversion and the social forms of female Muslim activism in urban Mali’, in B. Bompani & M. Frahm-Arp (eds.), Development and politics from below: Exploring religious spaces in the African State, pp. 74–96, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Sheth, D.L., 2010, ‘Political communalization of religions and the crisis of secularism’, in G. Mahajan & S.S. Jodhka (eds.), Religion, community and development: Changing contours of politics and policy in India, pp. 36–64, Routledge, New Delhi.

Skinner, D.E., 2010, ‘Daʽwa and politics in West Africa: Muslim Jamaʽat and non-governmental organizations in Ghana, Sierre Leone and The Gambia’, in B. Bompani & M. Frahm-Arp (eds.), Development and politics from below: Exploring religious spaces in the African State, pp. 99–130, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

SriRanjani, V., 2010, ‘The Goan Muslim: Presence through invisibility’, in G. Mahajan & S.S. Jodhka (eds.), Religion, community and development: Changing contours of politics and policy in India, pp. 301–318, Routledge, New Delhi.

Tayob, A., 2010, ‘Muslim shrines in Cape Town: Religion and post-apartheid public spheres’, in B. Bompani & M. Frahm-Arp (eds.), Development and politics from below: Exploring religious spaces in the African State, pp. 56–73, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Ter Haar, G., 2010, ‘The Mbuliuli Principle: What is in a name?’, in B. Bompani & M. Frahm-Arp (eds.), Development and politics from below: Exploring religious spaces in the African state, pp. 40–55, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Thomas, S.M., 2010, ‘Catholic social teaching, Macintyre’s social theory, and global development’, The Review of Faith & International Affairs 8(4), 23–34. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15570274.2010.528969

Van de Kamp, L., 2010, ‘Burying life: Pentecostal religion and development in urban Mozambique’, in B. Bompani & M. Frahm-Arp (eds.), Development and politics from below: Exploring religious spaces in the African state, pp. 152–171, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Walter, S.L. & Anderson, J.B., 2010, ‘Liberated mindsets, literate minds: Reflections on Christianity and development in Africa’, The Review of Faith & International Affairs 8(4), 79–83. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15570274.2010.528982

Ward, G.F., 2010, ‘The humanitarian community needs a foreign service’, The Review of Faith & International Affairs 8(4), 59–64. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15570274.2010.528977

2011

Adamu, F.L., 2011, ‘A double-edge sword: Challenging women’s oppression within Muslim society in Northern Nigeria’, in E. Tomalin (ed.), Gender, faith and development, pp. 97–104, Practical Action Publishing, Rugby, UK.

Ahmed, S., 2011, ‘Islam and development: Opportunities and constraints for Somali women’, in E. Tomalin (ed.), Gender, faith and development, pp. 105–110, Practical Action Publishing, Rugby, UK.

Amin, H., 2011, ‘Re-imagining the role of Ulama: Poverty alleviation and development in Pakistan’, in G. ter Haar (ed.), Religion and development: Ways of transforming the world, pp. 273–292, Columbia University Press, New York.

Atia, M., 2011, ‘“A way to paradise”: Pious neoliberalism, Islam, and faith-based development’, Annals of the Association of American Geographers 102(4), 808–827. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00045608.2011.627046

Bakker F.L. (ed.), 2011, Special Issue: ‘Religion, Development and Security’, Exchange: Journal of Missiological and Ecumenical Research 40(3), 223–287.

Balchin, C., 2011, ‘Religion and development: A practitioner’s perspective in instrumentalisation’, IDS Bulletin 42(1), 15–20. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1759-5436.2011.00196.x

Bradley, T., 2011, Religion and gender in the developing world: Faith-based organizations and feminism in India, I. B. Taurus, London.

Bartelink, B. & Buitelaar, M., 2011, ‘The challenges of incorporating Muslim women’s views into development policy: Analysis of a Dutch action research project in Yemen’, in E. Tomalin (ed.), Gender, faith and development, pp. 13–24, Practical Action Publishing, Rugby, UK.

Chowdhury, E., 2011, ‘Religion and gender in the developing world: Faith-based organizations in India’, Gender & Development 19(3), 503–506. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13552074.2011.636583

Clarke, M., 2011, Development and religion: Theology and practice, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

Cochrane, J.R., 2011, ‘A model of integral development: Assessing and working with religious health assets’, in G. ter Haar (ed.), Religion and development: Ways of transforming the world, pp. 231–252, Columbia University Press, New York.

De Jong, E., 2011, ‘Religious values and economic growth: A review and assessment of recent studies’, in G. ter Haar (ed.), Religion and development: Ways of transforming the world, pp. 111–140, Columbia University Press, New York.

Deneulin, S. & Rakodi, C., 2011, ‘Revisiting religion: Development studies thirty years on’, World Development 39(1), 45–54. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2010.05.007

Dolan, C.S., 2011, ‘Conflicts and compliance: Christianity and the occult in horticultural exporting’, in E. Tomalin (ed.), Gender, faith and development, pp. 75–84, Practical Action Publishing, Rugby, UK.

Gooren, H., 2011, ‘Religion and development revisited: Some lessons from Guatemalan micro-entrepreneurs’, in G. ter Haar (ed.), Religion and development: Ways of transforming the world, pp. 141–157, Columbia University Press, New York.

Hogenhuis, C., 2011, ‘A wind of change: Spirituality and technology for global sustainable development’, in G. ter Haar (ed.), Religion and development: Ways of transforming the world, pp. 331–344, Columbia University Press, New York.

Hopkins, A. & Patel, K., 2011, ‘Reflecting on gender equality in Muslim contexts in Oxfam GB’, in E. Tomalin (ed.), Gender, faith and development, pp. 51–63, Practical Action Publishing, Rugby, UK.

Jones, B. & Petersen, M.J., 2011, ‘Instrumental, narrow, normative? Reviewing recent work on religion and development’, Third World Quarterly 32(7), 1291–1306. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01436597.2011.596747

Kane, G., 2011, ‘Abortion law reform in Latin America: Lessons for advocacy’, in E. Tomalin (ed.), Gender, faith and development, pp. 111–125, Practical Action Publishing, Rugby, UK.

Kanyandago, P., 2011, ‘Religion, development and insecurity: Looking for root causes in an ambiguous relationship’, Exchange 40(3), 235–256. http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/157254311X579622

Khan, A.A. & Thaut, L., 2011, ‘The opportunities and challenges of Islamic microfinance’, in G. ter Haar (ed.), Religion and development: Ways of transforming the world, pp. 183–204, Columbia University Press, New York.

King, D.P., 2011, ‘World Vision: Religious identity in the discourse and practice of global relief and development’, The Review of Faith & International Affairs 9(3), 21–28. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15570274.2011.597212

Kroessin, M.R., 2011, ‘Re-casting development: Islamic banking and the case of the Islamic Bank’s rural development scheme in Bangladesh’, Journal of International Development 23(6), 855–867. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jid.1814

Lipsky, A.B., 2011, ‘Evaluating the strength of faith: Potential comparative advantages of faith-based organizations providing health services in sub-Saharan Africa’, Public Administration and Development 31, 25–36. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/pad.586

Marshall, K., 2011, ‘Development and faith institutions: Gulfs and bridges’, in G. ter Haar (ed.), Religion and development: Ways of transforming the world, pp. 27–53, Columbia University Press, New York.

Marshall, M. & Taylor, N., 2011, ‘Tackling HIV and AIDS with faith-based communities: Learning from attitudes on gender relations and sexual rights within local evangelical churches in Burkino Faso, Zimbabwe, and South Africa’, in E. Tomalin (ed.), Gender, faith and development, pp. 25–35, Practical Action Publishing, Rugby, UK.

Oluwu, D., 2011, ‘Faith-based organisations and development: An African indigenous organisation in perspective’, in G. ter Haar (ed.), Religion and development: Ways of transforming the world, pp. 55–80, Columbia University Press, New York.

Ozsoy, I., 2011, ‘Islamic banking: Background, theory and practice’, in G. ter Haar (ed.), Religion and development: Ways of transforming the world, pp. 159–182, Columbia University Press, New York.

Padwick, J. & Lubaale, N., 2011, ‘Harnessing popular visions for social transformation: The experience of the OAIC in its work with African Independent Churches’, in G. ter Haar (ed.), Religion and development: Ways of transforming the world, pp. 315–330, Columbia University Press, New York.

Rakodi, C., 2011, ‘Inspirational, inhibiting, institutionalized: Exploring the links between religion and development’, Working Paper 66, Religions and Development Research Programme, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK, viewed 16 April 2016, from http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/Documents/college-social-sciences/government-society/rad/working-papers/wp-66.pdf

Rees, J.A., 2011, Religion in international politics and development: The World Bank and faith institutions, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

Rew, M., 2011, ‘Religion and development I: Anthropology, Islam, transnationalism and emerging analyses of violence against women’, Progress in Development Studies 11(1), 69–76. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/146499341001100105

Ruben, R., 2011, ‘Can religion contribute to development? The road from “truth” to “trust’’’, Exchange 40(3), 225–234. http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/157254311X579613

Saul, R., 2011, ‘No time to worship the serpent deities: Women, economic change, and religion in north-western Nepal’, in E. Tomalin (ed.), Gender, faith and development, pp. 85–96, Practical Action Publishing, Rugby, UK.

Tadros, M., 2011, ‘The faith factor in reimagining development’, IDS Bulletin 42(5), 63–67. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1759-5436.2011.00253.x

Ter Haar, G., 2011a, ‘Religion and development: Introducing a new debate’, in G. ter Haar (ed.), Religion and development: Ways of transforming the world, pp. 3–25, Columbia University Press, New York.

Ter Haar, G., 2011b, ‘Religion and human rights: Searching for common ground’, in G. ter Haar (ed.), Religion and development: Ways of transforming the world, pp. 295–314, Columbia University Press, New York.

Ter Haar, G. (ed.), 2011c, Religion and development: Ways of transforming the world, Columbia University Press, New York.

Tomalin, E. (ed.), 2011a, Gender, faith and development, Practical Action Publishing, Rugby, UK.

Tomalin, E., 2011b, ‘Introduction’, in E. Tomalin (ed.), Gender, faith and development, pp. 1–12, Practical Action Publishing, Rugby, UK.

Tomalin, E., 2011c, ‘Conclusion: Moving forward’, in E. Tomalin (ed.), Gender, faith and development, pp. 127–135, Practical Action Publishing, Rugby, UK.

Tyndale, W., 2011, ‘Religion and the Millennium Development Goals: Whose agenda?’, in G. ter Haar (ed.), Religion and development: Ways of transforming the world, pp. 207–229, Columbia University Press, New York.

Van der Geest, S., 2011, ‘Shifting positions between anthropology, religion and development: The case of Christianity’, Exchange 40(3), 257–273. http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/157254311X579631

Van der Wel, L., 2011, ‘Integral development: Religion and development cooperation in The Netherlands’, in G. ter Haar (ed.), Religion and development: Ways of transforming the world, pp. 345–359, Columbia University Press, New York.

Van Eekelen, W. & Mould, H., 2011, ‘Muslim NGOs and the reality of HIV/AIDS’, in G. ter Haar (ed.), Religion and development: Ways of transforming the world, pp. 253–271, Columbia University Press, New York.

Van Wensveen, L.M., 2011, ‘Religion and sustainable development: A typological analysis’, in G. ter Haar (ed.), Religion and development: Ways of transforming the world, pp. 81–108, Columbia University Press, New York.

Walker, B., 2011, ‘Christianity, development, and women’s liberation’, in E. Tomalin (ed.), Gender, faith and development, pp. 65–74, Practical Action Publishing, Rugby, UK.

Wijsen, F., 2011, ‘Religion, development and security: A mission studies perspective’, Exchange 40(3), 274–287. http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/157254311X579640

2012

Adamu, F.L. & Para-Mallam, O.J., 2012, ‘The role of religion in women’s campaigns for legal reform in Nigeria’, Development in Practice 22(5–6), 803–818. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614524.2012.685875

Ajaegbu, O.O., 2012, ‘Religion and national development in Nigeria’, American Academic & Scholarly Research Journal 4(4), 1–6. http://naturalspublishing.com/files/published/p6v9fx7537laf1.pdf

Awuah-Nyamekye, S., 2012, ‘Religion and development: African Traditional Religion’s perspective’, Religious Studies and Theology 31(1), 75–90. http://dx.doi.org/10.1558/rsth.v31i1.75

Bradley, T., 2012, Challenging the NGOs: Women, religion and western dialogues in India, I.B. Tauris, London.

Bradley, T. & Saigol, R., 2012, ‘Religious values and beliefs and education for women in Pakistan’, Development in Practice 22(5–6), 675–688. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614524.2012.685863

Cochrane, L. & Nawab, S., 2012, ‘Islam and development practice: HIV/AIDS in South Africa’, Development in Practice 22(5–6), 875–882. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614524.2012.685877

Cochrane, L.L., 2012, ‘Religious motivations for local economic development in Senegal’, Africa Today 58(4), 2–19. http://dx.doi.org/10.2979/africatoday.58.4.3

Comaroff, J., 2012, ‘Pentecostalism, populism and the new politics of affect’, in D. Freeman (ed.), Pentecostalism and development: Churches, NGOs and social change in Africa, pp. 41–66, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9781137017253_2

Daskon, C. & Binns, T., 2012, ‘Practising Buddhism in a development context: Sri Lanka’s Sarvódaya movement’, Development in Practice 22(5–6), 867–874. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614524.2012.686601

De Gruchy, S., 2012, ‘Religion and development’, in E.K. Bongmba (ed.), The Wiley-Blackwell companion of African religions, pp. 466–482, Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/9781118255513.ch33

Deacon, G., 2012, ‘Pentecostalism and development in Kibera informal settlement, Nairobi’, Development in Practice 22(5–6), 663–674. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614524.2012.685874

Freeman, D., 2012a, ‘Development and the rural entrepreneur: Pentecostals, NGOs and the market in the Gamo Highlands, Ethiopia’, in D. Freeman (ed.), Pentecostalism and development: Churches, NGOs and social change in Africa, pp. 159–180, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9781137017253_7

Freeman, D., 2012b, ‘The Pentecostal ethic and the spirit of development’, in D. Freeman (ed.), Pentecostalism and development: Churches, NGOs and social change in Africa, pp. 1–38, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9781137017253_1

Freeman, D. (ed.), 2012c, Pentecostalism and development: Churches, NGOs, and social change in Africa. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9781137017253

Green, M., Mercer, C. & Mesaki, S., 2012, ‘Faith in forms: Civil society evangelism and development in Tanzania’, Development in Practice 22(5–6), 721–734. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614524.2012.685866

Hasu, P., 2012, ‘Prosperity gospels and enchanted worldviews: Two responses to socio-economic transformation in Tanzanian Pentecostal Christianity’, in D. Freeman (ed.), Pentecostalism and development: Churches, NGOs and social change in Africa, pp. 67–86, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9781137017253_3

James, R., 2012, ‘Addressing dependency with faith and hope: The Eagles Relief and Development Programme of the Living Waters church in Malawi’, Development in Practice 22(5–6), 883–892. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614524.2012.685878

Jones, B., 2012, ‘Pentecostalism, development NGOs and meaning in Eastern Uganda’, in D. Freeman (ed.), Pentecostalism and development: Churches, NGOs and social change in Africa, pp. 181–202, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9781137017253_8

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Kinney, N., 2012, ‘The role of a transnational religious network in development in a weak state: The international links of the Episcopal Church of Sudan’, Development in Practice 22(5–6), 749–762. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614524.2012.685862

Kirmani, N., 2012, ‘The role of religious values and beliefs in charitable and development organisations in Karachi and Sindh, Pakistan’, Development in Practice 22(5–6), 735–748. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614524.2012.685867

Leurs, R., 2012, ‘Are faith-based organisations distinctive? Comparing religious and secular NGOs in Nigeria’, Development in Practice 22(5–6), 704–720. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614524.2012.685868

Marquette, H., 2012, ‘“Finding God” or “moral disengagement” in the fight against corruption in developing countries? Evidence from India and Nigeria’, Public Administration and Development 32(1), 11–26. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/pad.1605

Marshall, K., 2012, ‘Religion and development’, in T.S. Shah, A. Stepan & M.D. Toft (eds.), Rethinking religion and world affairs, pp. 193–203, Oxford University Press, New York. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199827978.001.0001

Njoh, A.J. & Akiwumi, F.A., 2012, ‘The impact of religion on women empowerment as a millennium development goal in Africa’, Social Indicators Research 107, 1–18. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11205-011-9827-4

Obi, C.C., 2012, ‘Religion and societal development: A philosophical appraisal of African situation’, Unizik Journal of Arts and Humanities 13(2), 149–163. http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ujah.v13i2.8

Ogbonnaya, J., 2012, ‘Religion and sustainable development in Africa: The case of Nigeria’, International Journal of African Catholicism 3(2), 1–22. http://www.saintleo.edu/media/411881/religion_and_sustainable_development_in_africa_final.pdf

Olarinmoye, O.O., 2012, ‘Faith-based organizations and development: Prospects and constraints’, Transformation 29(1), 1–14. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0265378811427985

Olivier, J. & Wodon, Q., 2012, ‘Playing broken telephone: Assessing faith-inspired health care provision in Africa’, Development in Practice 22(5–6), 819–834. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614524.2012.685870

Parsitau, D., 2012, ‘Agents of gendered change: Empowerment, salvation and gendered transformation in Urban Kenya’, in D. Freeman (ed.), Pentecostalism and development: Churches, NGOs and social change in Africa, pp. 203–221, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9781137017253_9

Petersen, M.J., 2012, ‘Trajectories of transnational Muslim NGOs’, Development in Practice 22(5–6), 763–778. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614524.2012.685876

Piot, C., 2012, ‘Pentecostal and development imaginaries in West Africa’, in D. Freeman (ed.), Pentecostalism and development: Churches, NGOs and social change in Africa, pp. 111–133, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9781137017253_5

Rakodi, C., 2012a, ‘A framework for analysing the links between religion and development’, Development in Practice 22(5–6), 634–650. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614524.2012.685873

Rakodi, C., 2012b, ‘Religion and development: Subjecting religious perceptions and organisations to scrutiny’, Development in Practice 22(5–6), 621–633. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614524.2012.686602

Rakodi, C. (ed.), 2012c, Special Issue: ‘Religion and Development’, Development in Practice 22(5–6), 621–892.

Rew, M. & Bhatewara, Z., 2012, ‘Pro-poor? Class, gender, power, and authority in faith-based education in Maharashtra, India’, Development in Practice 22(5–6), 851–866. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614524.2012.685865

Rookes, P. & Rookes, J., 2012, ‘Have financial difficulties compromised Christian health services’ commitment to the poor?’, Development in Practice 22(5–6), 835–850. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614524.2012.685869

Rowe, P.S., 2012, ‘Transnational religion, globalization, and development’, in P.S. Rowe (ed.), Religion and global politics, pp. 243–262, Don Mills, Oxford University Press, Canada.

Seidel, T., 2012, ‘Development, religion, and modernity in Palestine-Israel’, Crosscurrents 62(4), 424–441. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/cros.12001

Smith, J.H., 2012, ‘Saving development: Secular NGOs, the Pentecostal revolution and the search for a purified political space in the Taita Hills, Kenya’, in D. Freeman (ed.), Pentecostalism and development: Churches, NGOs and social change in Africa, pp. 134–158, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9781137017253_6

Taylor, M., 2012, ‘Strengthening the voice of the poor: Religious organisations’ engagement in policy consultation processes in Nigeria and Tanzania’, Development in Practice 22(5–6), 792–802. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614524.2012.685871

Thornton, A., Sakai, M. & Hassall, G., 2012, ‘Givers and governance: The potential of faith-based development in the Asia Pacific’, Development in Practice 22(5–6), 779–791. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614524.2012.685864

Tomalin, E., 2012, ‘Thinking about faith-based organisations in development: Where have we got to and what next?’, Development in Practice 22(5–6), 689–703. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614524.2012.686600

Van Dijk, R., 2012, ‘Pentecostalism and post-development: Exploring religion as a developmental ideology in Ghanaian migrant communities’, in D. Freeman (ed.), Pentecostalism and development: Churches, NGOs and social change in Africa, pp. 87–108, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9781137017253_4

White, S.C., Devine, J. & Jha, S., 2012, ‘The life a person lives: Religion, well-being and development in India’, Development in Practice 22(5–6), 651–662. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614524.2012.685872

2013

Alolo, N.A. & Connell, J.A., 2013, ‘Indigenous religions and development: African Traditional Religion’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 138–163, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00015

Anderson, J., 2013, ‘Partnership through translation: A donor’s engagement with religion’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 505–520, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00038

Balchin, C., 2013, ‘Religion and development: A practitioner’s perspective on instrumentalisation’, in N.E. Sandal (ed.), Religion as an issue in politics, pp. 192–201, The International Debate Education Association, New York, NY.

Bano, M., 2013, ‘Islamic education: Historical evolution and attempts at reform’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 238–251, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00021

Bertina, L., 2013, ‘The Catholic doctrine of “Integral Human Development” and its influence on the international development community’, International Development Policy/Revue internationale de politique de développement 4(1), 115–127. http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/poldev.1402

Bhatewara, Z. & Tamsin, B., 2013, ‘The people know they need religion in order to develop: Religion’s capacity to inspire people in Pune’s slums’, European Journal of Development Research 25(2), 288–304. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/ejdr.2012.32

Bompani, B., 2013, ‘Local religious organisations performing development: Refugees in the Central Methodist Mission in Johannesburg’, Journal of International Development 27(2), 197–212. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jid.2900

Bompani, B. & Smith, J., 2013, ‘Bananas and the Bible: Biotechnology, the Catholic Church and rural development in Kenya’, International Journal of Religion and Society 4(1–2), 17–32.

Bradbury, S., 2013, ‘Mission, missionaries and development’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 413–429, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00032

Bulankulame, I., 2013, ‘Convictions beyond the bomb: Interplays between violence, religion and development in Sri Lanka’, International Development Policy/Revue internationale de politique de développement 4(1), 192–206. http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/poldev.1463

Calderisi, R., 2013, Earthly mission: The Catholic Church and world development, Yale University Press, New Haven.

Carbonnier, G., 2013, ‘Religion and development: Reconsidering secularism as the norm’, International Development Policy/Revue internationale de politique de développement 4(1), 1–5. http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/poldev.1351

Clarke, G., 2013a, ‘Faith and development: Challenges for donors’, in H. Moksnes & M. Melin (eds.), Faith in civil society: Religious actors as drivers of change, pp. 13–30, Uppsala Centre for Sustainable Development, Uppsala, viewed 5 May 2016, from http://www.csduppsala.uu.se/devnet/CivilSociety/Outlookserien/2012,%20Faith/Faith%20in%20Civil%20Society%202013.pdf

Clarke, G., 2013b, ‘The perils of entanglement: Bilateral donors, faith-based organisations and international development’, International Development Policy/Revue internationale de politique de développement 4(1), 65–78. http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/poldev.1381

Clarke, M., 2013a, ‘Judaism – a cry for justice’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 66–78, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00010

Clarke, M., 2013b, ‘Understanding the nexus between religion and development’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 1–13, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00005

Clarke, M. (ed.), 2013c, Handbook of research on development and religion, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577

Connell, J.A., 2013, ‘Where shadows fall patchwork: Religion, violence and human security in Afghanistan’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 540–569, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00040

Dalton, A.M., 2013, ‘Beyond functionality: Religion and international development’, Canadian Journal of Development Studies 34(2), 158–174. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02255189.2013.782270

De Cordier, B., 2013a, ‘“Pan-Islamism” as a form of “alter-globalism”? Hizb Ut-Tahrir and the Islamic Khilafah State’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 376–401, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00030

De Cordier, B., 2013b, ‘The (in)visible hand of Muhajirat: A field observation on labour migration, social change and religion in the Vakhsh Valley, Tajikistan’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 521–539, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00039

De Wet, H.L., 2013, ‘Transformational development: World Vision South Africa’s response to poverty’, International Development Policy/Revue internationale de politique de développement 4(1), 95–111. http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/poldev.1395

Deneulin, S., 2013, ‘Christianity and international development’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 51–65, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00009

Donnelly, G., 2013, ‘Reading the “signs of the times”: “Centering” religion and development’, Canadian Journal of Development Studies 34(2), 189–202. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02255189.2013.787053

Fanany, I. & Fanany, R., 2013, ‘Religion and post-disaster development’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 305–325, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00025

Fang, X. & Bi, L., 2013, ‘Confucianism’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 124–137, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00014

Flanigan, S.T., 2013, ‘Religion, conflict and peacebuilding in development’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 252–267, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00022

Fountain, P., 2013a, ‘On having faith in the MDGs: A response to Katherine Marshall’, International Development Policy/Revue internationale de politique de développement 4(1), 41–46. http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/poldev.1375

Fountain, P., 2013b, ‘The myth of religious NGOs: Development studies and the return of religion’, International Development Policy/Revue internationale de politique de développement 4(1), 9–30. http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/poldev.1361

Gill, A., 2013, ‘Religious liberty & economic development: Exploring the causal connections’, The Review of Faith & International Affairs 11(4), 5–23. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15570274.2013.857116

Gokah, T. (ed.), 2013, Special issue: ‘Religion and Development’, International Journal of Religion and Society 4(1–2), 1–157.

Gordon, D., 2013, ‘Religion, “race” and emerging middle classes in Salvador, Brazil’, Canadian Journal of Development Studies 34(2), 221–235. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02255189.2013.794131

Haynes, J., 2013, ‘Faith-based organisations, development and the World Bank’, International Development Policy/Revue internationale de politique de développement 4(1), 49–64. http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/poldev.1376

Hoffstaedter, G., 2013, ‘Religion and development: Australian faith-based development organizations’, International Journal of Religion and Society 4(1–2), 131–157.

Hoffstaedter, G. & Tittensor, D., 2013, ‘Religion and development: Prospects and pitfalls of faith-based organizations’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 402–412, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00031

Institute for Studies in Global Prosperity, 2013, ‘Applying spiritual principles to development practice: The case of Seva Mandir’, International Journal of Religion and Society 4(1–2), 105–130.

Ireland, R., 2013, ‘Religion and development in Brazil, 1950–2010’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 472–490, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00036

Jennings, M., 2013a, ‘“Do not turn away a poor man”: Faith-based organizations and development’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 359–375, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00029

Jennings, M., 2013b, ‘FBOs in Tanzania’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 491–504, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00037

Jones, B., 2013, ‘The making of meaning: Churches, development projects and violence in Eastern Uganda’, Journal of Religion in Africa 43(1), 74–95. http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/15700666-12341245

Jones, B. & Petersen, M.J., 2013, ‘Beyond faith-based organizations: Critiquing recent work on religion and development’, International Journal of Religion and Society 4(1–2), 33–51.

Kartas, M. & Silva, K.T., 2013a, ‘Reflections on the role of religion and faith in development discourse and practice’, International Development Policy/Revue internationale de politique de développement 4(1), 209–219. http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/poldev.1469

Kartas, M. & Silva, K.T. (eds.), 2013b, Special Issue: ‘Religion and Development’, International Development Policy / Revue internationale de politique de développement 4(1), 1–223. http://poldev.revues.org/937

Khan, H. & Bashar, O.K.M.R., 2013, ‘Religion and development: Are they complementary?’, International Journal of Religion and Society 4(1–2), 9–15.

Kuran, T., 2013, ‘Why the Middle East is economically underdeveloped: Historical mechanisms of institutional stagnation’, in N.E. Sandal (ed.), Religion as an issue in politics, pp. 202–220, The International Debate Education Association, New York, NY.

Levy, C., 2013a, ‘Bringing religion into development studies: An introduction’, Canadian Journal of Development Studies 34(2), 153–157. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02255189.2013.803460

Levy, C. (ed.), 2013b, Special issue: ‘Religion and International Development’, Canadian Journal of Development Studies 34(2), 153–347.15

Marquette, H., 2013, ‘Corruption, religion and moral development’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 220–237, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00020

Marshall, K., 2013a, ‘Religious freedom in US international development assistance and humanitarian relief: Ideas, practice, and issues’, The Review of Faith & International Affairs 11(1), 38–48. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15570274.2012.760975

Marshall, K., 2013b, ‘Revisiting the religious revival in development: A critique of Philip Fountain’, International Development Policy/Revue internationale de politique de développement 4(1), 31–40. http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/poldev.1374

Meriboute, Z., 2013, ‘“Arab Spring”: The influence of the Muslim Brotherhood and their vision of Islamic finance and the state’, International Development Policy/Revue internationale de politique de développement 4(1), 128–143. http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/poldev.1431

Mersland, R., D’Espallier, B. & Supphellen, M., 2013, ‘The effects of religion on development efforts: Evidence from microfinance industry and a research agenda’, World Development 41, 145–156. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2012.05.030

Miller, J., 2013, ‘Daoism and development’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 113–123, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00013

Moe-Lobeda, C. & Helmiere, F., 2013, ‘Moral power at the religion–development–environment nexus’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 201–219, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00019

Mourier, E., 2013, ‘Religion as a social substitute for the state: Faith-based social action in twenty-first-century Brazil’, International Development Policy/Revue internationale de politique de développement 4(1), 79–94. http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/poldev.1391

Narayanan, Y., 2013a, ‘Religion and sustainable development: Analysing the connections’, Sustainable Development 21(2), 131–139. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/sd.1557

Narayanan, Y., 2013b, ‘Religious symbolism and the politics of urban space development’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 326–337, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00026

Nolte, I., 2013, ‘Religion, development and politics in Nigeria’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 453–471, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00035

Occhipinti, L., 2013, ‘Liberating development: Religious transformations of development discourse’, Perspectives on Global Development and Technology 12(3), 427–443. http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/15691497-12341265

Pepinsky, T.B., 2013, ‘Development, social change, and Islamic finance in contemporary Indonesia’, World Development 41, 157–167. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2012.06.007

Rae, L. & Clarke, M., 2013, ‘Australian development FBOs and NGOs’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 570–583, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00041

Rakodi, C. (ed.), 2013, Religion, religious organisations and development: Scrutinising religious perceptions and organisations, Routledge, London.

Rees, J., 2013, ‘Religion in the policy domains of international financial institutions’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 268–285, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00023

Rennick, J.B., 2013, ‘Is religion a force for good? Reformulating the discourse on religion and international development’, Canadian Journal of Development Studies 34(2), 175–188. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02255189.2013.787052

Rew, M., 2013, ‘Pro-poor? Bourdieu, neo-liberalism and social reproduction through faith-based education in Maharashtra’, International Journal of Religion and Society 4(1–2), 85–103.

Riddell, P., 2013, ‘Islam as aid and development’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 17–30, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00007

Sampath, R., 2013a, ‘Framing the field of religion and development’, International Journal of Religion and Society 4(1–2), 3–8.

Sampath, R., 2013b, ‘Religion, justice and development: A theological response to the secular frameworks of Rawls and Sen’, International Journal of Religion and Society 4(1–2), 69–84.

Sanford, A.W., 2013, ‘Hinduism and development’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 79–96, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00011

Selinger, L., 2013, ‘The forgotten factor: The uneasy relationship between religion and development’, in N.E. Sandal (ed.), Religion as an issue in politics, pp. 221–239, The International Debate Education Association, New York.

Sharpe, M., 2013, ‘Name it and claim it: Prosperity gospel and the global Pentecostal reformation’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 164–179, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00016

Sheker, M., 2013, ‘“What should I do with that by which I do not become immortal?” Religion, freedom and development’, Human Welfare 2(1), 1–11. https://humanwelfarejournal.files.wordpress.com/2016/01/sheker-2013.pdf

Singh, G., 2013, ‘Religious transnationalism, development and the construction of religious boundaries: The case of the Dera Sachkhand Ballan and the Ravidass Dharm’, Global Networks 13(2), 183–199. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/glob.12005

Smith, M.B., Laurie, N., Hopkins, P. & Olson, E., 2013, ‘International volunteering, faith and subjectivity: Negotiating cosmopolitanism, citizenship and development’, Geoforum 45, 126–135. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2012.10.010

Sweet, J. & Wills, J., 2013, ‘Cultural heritage and development in South East Asia’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 338–355, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00027

Tatla, D.S., 2013, ‘Sikhism and development: A perfect match?’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 97–112, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00012

Tomalin, E., 2013a, ‘Gender, religion and development’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 183–200, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00018

Tomalin, E., 2013b, ‘Religion and rights-based approach to development’, International Journal of Religion and Society 4(1–2), 53–68. http://dx.doi.org/10.1191/1464993406ps130oa

Tomalin, E., 2013c, Religions and development, Routledge, London.

Tomalin, E. & Starkey, C., 2013, ‘Buddhism and development’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 31–50, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00008

Ünsaldi, L., 2013, ‘Between neoliberalism and morality: The Muslim conception of development in Turkey’, International Development Policy/Revue internationale de politique de développement 4(1), 144–158. http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/poldev.1452

Van Daele, W., 2013, ‘The political economy of desire in ritual and activism in Sri Lanka’, International Development Policy/Revue internationale de politique de développement 4(1), 159–173. http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/poldev.1454

Vander Zaag, R., 2013, ‘Canadian faith-based development NGOs and CIDA funding’, Canadian Journal of Development Studies 34(2), 321–347. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02255189.2013.792726

Ware, V., Ware, A., Clarke, M. & Buchanan, G., 2013, ‘Why Western-based, Pentecostal mission organizations undertake community development in South East Asia’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 430–449, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00033

Willis, O., 2013, ‘Religion and international development in the Canadian academic context’, Canadian Journal of Development Studies 34(2), 275–290. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02255189.2013.782269

Wong, S., 2013, ‘Using religious capital to alleviate poverty? A case study of cross-border migration in South China’, International Development Policy/Revue internationale de politique de développement 4(1), 174–191. http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/poldev.1460

Yumina, A., 2013, ‘A sustainable Islamic microfinance model in poverty alleviation’, in M. Clarke (ed.), Handbook of research on development and religion, pp. 286–304, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9780857933577.00024

2014

Aldashev, G. & Platteau, J.P., 2014, ‘Religion, culture, and development’, in V.A. Gingsburgh & D. Throsby (eds.), Handbook of the economics of art and culture, vol. 2, pp. 587–631, Elsevier, Amsterdam. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-444-53776-8.00021-0

Ali, A., 2014, ‘Riba-free finance and Zakat-induced economic aid: The political economy of two developmental initiatives in the Muslim world’, in M. Clarke & D. Tittensor (eds.), Islam and development: Exploring the invisible aid economy, pp. 87–105, Ashgate, Farnham.

Ali, J.A., 2014, ‘Zakat and poverty in Islam’, in M. Clarke & D. Tittensor (eds.), Islam and development: Exploring the invisible aid economy, pp. 15–32, Ashgate, Farnham.

Anwar, M. & Johanson, G., 2014, ‘Mobile phones and religion: The case of women micro-entrepreneurs in a religious community in Indonesia’, in M. Clarke & D. Tittensor (eds.), Islam and development: Exploring the invisible aid economy, pp. 135–152, Ashgate, Farnham.

Bompani, B., 2014, ‘Beyond disciplinarity: Reflections on the study of religion in international development’, Religion & Theology 21(3/4), 309–333. http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/15743012-02103005

Clarke, M., 2014, ‘Islamic international aid flows for poverty alleviation’, in M. Clarke & D. Tittensor (eds.), Islam and development: Exploring the invisible aid economy, pp. 51–67, Ashgate, Farnham.

Clarke, M. & Tittensor, D. (eds.), 2014, Islam and development: Exploring the invisible aid economy, Ashgate, Farnham.

Clarke, M., Hoffstaedter, G. & Tittensor, D., 2014, ‘Conclusion: Invisible aid: Islam, Muslim NGOs and development’, in M. Clarke & D. Tittensor (eds.), Islam and development: Exploring the invisible aid economy, pp. 197–205, Ashgate, Farnham.

Drønen, T.S., 2014a, ‘Globalization, religion and development: Perspectives from Africa’, in T.S. Drønen (ed.), Religion and development: Nordic perspectives on involvement in Africa, pp. 27–41, Peter Lang, New York.

Drønen, T.S. (ed.), 2014b, Religion and development: Nordic perspectives on involvement in Africa, Peter Lang, New York.

Fanany, I. & Fanany, R., 2014, ‘Religion and post-disaster development’, in M. Clarke & D. Tittensor (eds.), Islam and development: Exploring the invisible aid economy, pp. 153–171, Ashgate, Farnham.

Fretheim, K., 2014, ‘Transformative masculinity: Religion, development and gender in an ecumenical context’, in T.S. Drønen (ed.), Religion and development: Nordic perspectives on involvement in Africa, pp. 127–143, Peter Lang, New York.

Hasu, P. & Drønen, T.S., 2014, ‘Introduction: Religion and development – Nordic perspectives on involvement in Africa’, in T.S. Drønen (ed.), Religion and development: Nordic perspectives on involvement in Africa, pp. 1–9, Peter Lang, New York.

Haynes, J., 2014, ‘Religion and development’, in H. Weber (ed.), The Politics of Development: A Survey, pp. 103–119, Milton Park, Routledge.

Hegertun, N., 2014, ‘Religion and development: Lessons from three donor countries’, in T.S. Drønen (ed.), Religion and development: Nordic perspectives on involvement in Africa, pp. 175–194, Peter Lang, New York.

Karam, A. (ed.), 2014, Religion and development post-2015. Report of a consultation among donor organizations, United Nations development agencies and faith-based organizations, New York, 12–13 May 2014. New York, UNFPA, viewed 15 April 2016, from https://www.unfpa.org/sites/default/files/pub-pdf/DONOR-UN-FBO%20May%202014.pdf

Kubai, A., 2014, ‘Reinventing “tradition”: Social reconstruction and development in post-genocide Rwanda’, in T.S. Drønen (ed.), Religion and development: Nordic perspectives on involvement in Africa, pp. 87–107, Peter Lang, New York.

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Acknowledgements

Competing interests

The authors declare that they have no financial or personal relationships which may have inappropriately influenced them in writing this article.

Authors’ contributions

I.S. conducted the bulk of the bibliographic research, wrote the introductory text and devised the concept of the article. E.N. took responsibility for all technical aspects concerning the preparation and presentation of the bibliography in the article.

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Footnotes

1. World Development, Journal of Development Studies and Journal of Developing Areas.

2. Searching Google Scholar reveals that this is not a unique undertaking and that many examples can be found across disciplines of chronological bibliographies that have been published in academic journals.

3. Jones and Petersen (2011:1293) in this regard mention the fact that some of the largest NGOs today are faith-based, such as World Vision, Aga Khan Foundation, Christian Aid, Caritas and Catholic Relief Services.

4. This noticeably includes a special issue on ‘Religion and Development’ in Vol. 8, No. 7–8 of the journal World Development, an anthology edited by Philip Quarles van Ufford and Matthew Schoffeleers (1988), and a number of articles focusing on the topic of religion, gender and development in Vol. 7, No. 1 of the journal Gender & Development.

5. One of the noticeable first initiatives in this regard was the Development Dialogue on Values and Ethics initiated in 1998 by James Wolfensohn and George Carey, who were at the time, respectively, president of the World Bank and Archbishop of Canterbury (Jones & Petersen 2011:1294; Tomalin 2015a:2). In subsequent years, many development funding agencies, national and multinational, would follow suit by forming partnerships with faith communities and their institutions. Well-known funding agencies that come to mind are DANIDA, NORAD, Sida, DFID, the World Bank and various UN agencies (Deneulin & Rakodi 2011:45; see also Jones & Petersen 2011:1294–1295; Tomalin 2015a:2–3).

6. One of the most prominent initiatives to date making a major contribution towards research and publication in the subject field was the research programme ‘Religions and Development’ that was funded by the UK’s Department of International Development and hosted at the University of Birmingham in the period 2005–2010 (Jones & Petersen 2011:1295; Tomalin 2015a:3).

7. Two of the landmarks to date in the ongoing development and upscaling of the subject field are undoubtedly the recent publication of two international handbooks of religion and development. These two anthologies constitute, respectively, 33 chapters by 37 authors (see Clarke 2013) and 29 chapters by 31 authors (see Tomalin 2015b).

8. This category includes a limited number of what we want to refer to as independent units in a book chapter by separate authors. Such units are found in the 2006 published anthology edited by Wendy Tyndale, Visions of development: Faith-based initiatives (see the chronological bibliography).

9. This broader identification is particularly well illustrated by the following journals referenced in our bibliography: Africa Today; Annals of the Association of American Geographers; Anthropological Quarterly; Environment and Planning; Geoforum; Ghana Studies; Global Change; Global Networks; Human Welfare; Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization; NAPA Bulletin; Peace & Security; Social Indicators Research; Social Sciences in Ningxia; The SAIS Review of International Affairs; Third World Quarterly; Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie; Unizik Journal of Arts and Humanities; Urban Anthropology and Studies of Cultural Systems; and World Economic Development.

10. It could for instance be pointed out that four of the seven special issues on religion and development since 2010 (see Table 1) have been published in journals in the combined and separate fields of religious and theological studies: The Review of Faith & International Affairs (2010); Exchange: Journal of Missiological and Ecumenical Research (2011); International Journal of Religion and Society (2013); and Pentecostudies (2015).

11. This table strictly counts the publications that are listed in the chronological bibliography in this article. Whilst it may not reflect a hundred per cent full account of international scholarly production in the listed categories or modes, the stated numbers can nevertheless be taken as a very realistic indication of the growth of the subject field in the indicated period (2003–2015) (in this regard see also our comment in the next section).

12. See our qualification in footnote 11 that our bibliography may not reflect a hundred per cent full account of international scholarly production in the subject field.

13. Our bibliography, because of limited space, for instance does not include the magnitude of masters and doctoral theses and research papers that have been produced internationally in the covered period. Similarly, our bibliography also does not by any means give sufficient account of the reports and working papers that have been published on the topic over the years but only includes a selected few in this category that could be viewed as of particular significance. This noticeably includes published reports on consultations on religion and development undertaken within the organisational sphere of the United Nations in recent years (see Karam 2012, 2014).

14. Preliminary work in this regard has already been undertaken by one of us (IS) on the basis of an earlier draft of our bibliography. This preliminary work was presented at an international conference in 2015 (Swart 2015).

15. The articles published in French in this special issue are not included in the bibliography. This acknowledgment represents another qualification that our bibliography does not comprise a complete bibliography on the topic of religion and development.

16. The chapters in this book were previously published as articles in the special issue on ‘Religion and Development’ in the journal Development in Practice (2012). The articles are included in this bibliography.



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