Editorial Team


Senior Lecturer Fredrik Gregorius (PhD) have two main research areas: firstly, evangelical movements in the United States, with a focus on those with a strong apocalyptic belief system and how this is connected to their social and political involvement; and secondly, esoteric, folk religious, and magical phenomena such as the Mexican cult of Santa Muerte, Neo-Paganism, and Satanism, also with a focus on the connection between religion and politics.

Venetia received her PhD in Studies in Religion from the University of Sydney, Australia in 2017. Her thesis explored 'ontologies of otherness' through the themes of identity, spirituality, and popular culture in the online Therianthropy movement. She has written and spoken on a number of topics, including digital cultures, alternative spirituality, human-animal relations, and fandom. In June, 2018 she joined the teaching faculty at Victoria University Wellington, New Zealand, in the Religious Studies department.

Review Editor

Books for review should be addressed to: 

Manon Hedenborg White
University of Amsterdam
Kloveniersburgwal 48
Amsterdam 1012CX

Editorial Board

  • Titus Hjelm, University College London, United Kingdom
  • Boaz Huss, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
  • Marco Pasi, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Ringo Ringvee, Estonian Society for the Study of Religions, Estonia

International Society for the Study of New Religions Board

  • Bernard Doherty, Charles Sturt University University of Notre Dame (Sydney), Australia