Philosophy and Religion

From scholarly titles to essential course texts, our Philosophy & Religion list presents leading research alongside field-defining new perspectives for academics, students, and enthusiasts alike.

With established strengths in Ethics and World Religion, we are proud to publish the Radical Theologies and Michel Foucault: Lectures series.

As part of Palgrave’s innovative spirit, many of our Philosophy & Religion titles are available as ebooks, or via the online platform Palgrave Connect.

Editorial Contacts

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      Brendan George

      Publisher, Philosophy
      Philosophy (Scholarly and Reference)

      Tel.: +44 (0)20 7418 5798

      Brendan has been passionate about philosophy since university where his tutors included James Griffin and Anthony Grayling. A champion of both analytic and continental philosophy, his all-time favourite philosophers include both Strawson and Schelling. Brendan joined Palgrave in 2012 and acquires monographs, edited volumes, Palgrave Pivots, handbooks and textbooks in all areas of philosophy. Brendan has 25 years’ publishing experience and has previously worked for McGraw-Hill and OUP.

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      Phil Getz

      Religion and Philosophy

      Tel.: 001 212-451-8461

      Phil is the US editor for Philosophy & Religion, and acquires books in all areas of those fields. Before joining Palgrave in 2014, he was on the founding editorial team of the Jewish Review of Books and worked on the digital side of various publications. His primary interests are in Continental Philosophy, Political Philosophy, Ethics, Religious Studies, Epistemology, and Maimonides.

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      Amy Invernizzi

      Assistant Editor
      Philosophy and Religion

      Tel.: +1 212-726-9287

      Amy joined Palgrave as an assistant editor in the summer of 2016. She is actively acquiring monographs, edited volumes, Palgrave Pivots, and handbooks in all areas of philosophy and religion. She is especially interested in topics relating to feminism, ethics, epistemology, and critical theory.