Publications

The original gift that helped to found the Center for the Study of World Religions encouraged support of research and publications. Since then, the CSWR has published the results of research by scholars affiliated with the CSWR; books by nonaffiliated scholars whose work the Center has considered within its mission to support; and books and papers emerging from conferences and symposia held at the Center. Currently, the CSWR does not publish external manuscripts but issues occasional volumes deriving directly from its work.

Yuruparí: Studies of an Amazonian Foundation Myth
Gerardo Reichel-Dolmatoff
Harvard University Press, 1995

Series: Religions of the World

In Their Own Words: Folk Literature of South American Indians
Johannes Wilbert and Karin Simoneau
1992
Spoken and Unspoken Thanks: Some Comparative Soundings
John B. Carman and Frederick J. Streng, eds.
1989

Series: Studies in World Religions

The Way and the Goal: Expressions of Devotion in the Early Sri Vaisnava Tradition
Vasudha Narayanan
Published jointly with the Institute for Vaishnava Studies, Washington, D.C., 1987

Series: Studies in World Religions

India and the West: The Problem of Understanding
J. L. Mehta
1985

Series: Studies in World Religions

A Guide to the Zoroastrian Religion: A Nineteenth-Century Catechism with Modern Commentary
Firoze M. Kotwal and James W. Boyd, ed. and trans.
1982

Series: Studies in World Religions

The Precious Pearl: A Translation from the Arabic
Jane Idleman Smith, trans. and ed.
1979

Series: Studies in World Religions