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Rebecca Catto



BA Hons Theology (Oxford)
MA Anthropology and Sociology of Religion (KCL)
PhD Sociology (Exeter)

Occupation: Research Associate, AHRC/ESRC Religion and Society Programme, Lancaster University

Interests: 'reverse mission'; religion in modern Europe; state/religion relations; globalization and identity; postcolonialism


Catto, R. and Davie, G. 2008 ‘İnglitere’(Great Britain) in Avrupa Birliği Ülkererinde Din-Devlet İlişkisi (State and Religion in Europe) edited by A. Köse and T. Küçükcan, 151-174. Istanbul: ISAM (English translation to follow).
Catto, R. 2008 ‘Has mission been reversed? Reflections on sociological research with non-western Christian missionaries in England’ in Migration and Mission: Papers read at the biennial conference of the British and Irish Association for Mission Studies at Westminster College, Cambridge 2 – 5th July 2007, edited by S. Spencer. Sheffield: Cliff College Publishing.
Review of ‘Religion in an Expanding Europe edited by T. A. Byrnes and P. J. Katzenstein’ (2008) 9(3) Journal of International Migration and Integration, September 2008, 339-340.

Sandberg, R. and Catto, R. ‘Law and Sociology: Toward a Greater Understanding of Religion’ in Law and Religion: New Horizons edited by N. Doe and R Sandberg Peeters.
Catto, R. ‘United Kingdom’ in The Encyclopedia of Global Religion and Society edited by M. Juergensmeyer and W.Clark Roof. SAGE.