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This bibliography of the book A New Model of Religious Conversion presents a list of reference books and articles relevant to the examination of conversion narratives through the lens of gender, finding that gender matters mostly in terms of background experiences. Literature about gender and religion in general is relatively widespread. A number of researchers on social change contend that in late modernity, people experience liberation from traditional bonds and thus also traditional norms and security. Gender-related experiences and problems in modernity such as ambivalence towards late modern gender roles are discussed in various scholarly venues, such as in a recent volume on gender and conversion to Islam.

Keywords: background experiences; conversion; gender



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