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  • Religious Studies
    An e-book collection

    Official site: read.dukeupress.edu/religious-studies
    The Religious Studies e-book collection includes over 120 titles that examine religions around the world, conflicts within and among religions, and the cultural, social, and political dynamics of religion. Duke University Press has published many groundbreaking works in African and African diaspora religion, as well as in feminist analyses of religious doctrine and practice; the collection includes those foundational texts in addition to books that engage with religion in Latin America and Asia, the anthropology of religion, religion and spirituality in art, indigenous religions, and many other topics.
    Please contact libraryrelations@dukeupress.edu to learn more or place an order.

Collection features:

  1. DRM-free: users can print, read online, and download PDFs by chapter
  2. unlimited multiuser access
  3. tiered discounting
  4. free MARC records with chapter-level metadata
  5. COUNTER-compliant usage statistics
  6. no ongoing maintenance fees
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  • Purchase the Collection

    Purchase includes perpetual access to more than 120 Religious Studies e-books. In subsequent years, purchasing libraries will have the option to "top-up" their subject collection by buying the year's new batch of Religious Studies titles at a discount.


    2019 Pricing for US Institutions

    An institution's pricing tier is based on the 2015 Carnegie Classification system (this classification system is for US institutions only). If your institution falls within the range of 24 to 33 in the 2015 Carnegie Classification system or is not assigned a classification, please request a quote.


    2019 Pricing for International Institutions

    Pricing for institutions outside the US is based on national income level, as determined by the World Bank, and the highest degree offered at the institution in the humanities and social sciences. To find a nation's World Bank income level, visit data.worldbank.org/country and select from the list.

    See the price sheet for full details.

  • For the order to be complete and access enabled, Duke University Press must have the following:

  1. Payment (price sheet available soon)
  2. A signed site license agreement (available soon) complete with IP address(es)
  • Payment should be sent to Duke University Press Customer Service.

    Please sign and return the appropriate site license via fax to the attention of the library relations manager at 919-680-6078, email to libraryrelations@dukeupress.edu, or mail it to 905 West Main Street, Suite 18B, Durham, North Carolina, 27701.

    Once we have processed your order, you will receive an invitation to activate your online access. If you have any questions, please contact orders@dukeupress.edu.

  • Duke University Press requires a site license agreement in order to grant access to the Religious Studies e-book collection. Institutions that previously signed a site license for this collection do not need to resubmit a license

    Any questions regarding the site license can be directed to the library relations manager at 919-687-3655 or libraryrelations@dukeupress.edu.

    Document Name Type
    e-Duke Books Scholarly Collection Site License (available soon) PDF

    Please sign and return the appropriate site license via fax to the attention of the library relations manager at 919-680-6078, email it to libraryrelations@dukeupress.edu or mail it to 905 West Main Street, Suite 18B, Durham, North Carolina, 27701.

    If you would like to propose changes to a Duke University Press site license agreement, please submit the changes in the form of an addendum to the library relations manager at libraryrelations@dukeupress.edu.


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