Princeton University Press, in partnership with the John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics at Washington University in St. Louis, announces a new series designed to publish cutting-edge scholarship on American religion and politics. Featuring one to two books a year, the series will address America’s religious and political entanglements in both historical and contemporary terms; it will entail works of deep original research and constructive public engagement—ones that bring new perspectives to enduring questions in the nation’s religious and political life. Interdisciplinary in scope, the series will be a venue for scholars across the humanities and social sciences who aim to remap the terrain, past and present, of American religion, politics, and culture. Beyond its academic benchmarks, the series endeavors to shape wider public discussions about the vexed relationship between religion and politics in the United States. Faculty members of the Danforth Center serve as editors for the series: R. Marie Griffith, John Inazu, Laurie Maffly-Kipp, Lerone Martin, Leigh E. Schmidt, and Mark Valeri. Valeri (email@example.com) is the primary editorial contact for the group.