Queen Research


Encyclopedia of American Religious History. With Stephen Prothero and Gardiner Shattuck. Facts-on-File, 1996; 2nd revised edition, 2001; 3rd revised edition forthcoming 2009.

Rural Ministry: The Shape of the Renewal to Come. With Shannon Jung, et al Abingdon Press, 1997.

In the South Baptists Are the Center of Gravity: Southern Baptists, the South, and Social Change, 1930-1980. Carlson Publishing, 1991.

Edited volumes

Serving Those in Need: A Handbook for Managing Faith-Based Human Services Organizations. Jossey-Bass, 2000

Philanthropy in the World's Traditions. With Warren Ilchman and Stanley Katz. Indiana University Press, 1998. (Indonesian translation 2007)

Chapters in Books

Questioning Assumptions Beneath Conflict Transformation” in Conflict Transformation and Religion: Essays on Faith, Power, and Relationship. Ellen Ott Marshall, editor. New York: PalgraveMacmillan, 2016.

Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly: Special Issue on "Values, Culture, and Democracy in Voluntary and Advocacy Organizations." Katherine Chen, Howard Lune, and Edward Queen, editors.  Volume 42 Issue 5, October 2013.

“Civil Wrongs—Customs of” in Encyclopedia of Law and Society: American and Global Perspectives. David S. Clark, editor.  Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, 2007.

“Nation Building” in Encyclopedia of Law and Society: American and Global Perspectives. David S. Clark, editor.  Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, 2007.

“Civil Rights Movement” and “Charitable Choice” in Philanthropy in America: A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia.  Dwight Burlingame, editor.  Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio, 2004.

“Report on the Implementation of Charitable Choice in North Carolina.”  Charitable Choice: First Results from Three States.  Indianapolis: IUPUI Press, 2003.

“Fundamentalism” in The New Book of Knowledge.  Danbury, CT: Grolier, 2003.

"Public Religion and Voluntary Associations", in Religion, Politics, and the American Experience: Reflections on Religion and American Public Life.  Edith Blumhofer, editor.  University of Alabama Press, 2001.

“Introduction: The Meaning of Faith-Based Human Services”, “Religion and the Emerging Context of Service Delivery”, “Working with Foundations”, “Conclusion: Using God’s Gifts in Service”, in Serving Those in Need: A Handbook for Managing Faith-Based Human Services Organizations.  Edward L. Queen II, ed.  Jossey-Bass, 2000.

“Introduction”, in Philanthropy in the World’s Traditions.  Warren Ilchman, Stanley Katz, and Edward L. Queen II, eds.  Indiana University Press, 1998.

“Fazlur Rahman.”  American National Biography.  Oxford University Press. 1998.

“Abolition”, “American Colonization Society”, “Lyman Beecher”, “Brook Farm”, “Orestes Brownson”, in Die Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart.  J.C.B. Mohr, 1998.

"Ambiguous Pilgrims: American Protestant Travelers to Ottoman Palestine, 1867-1914," in Bryan F. Le Beau and Menachem Mor, editors. Pilgrims & Travelers to the Holy Land.  Creighton University Press/Fordham University Press.

"Revivalism in Indianapolis," in The Encyclopedia of Indianapolis.  Indiana University Press.

"George Washington Truett," and "Bob Jones Sr., Jr., and III," in Charles Lippy, ed., Twentieth Century Shapers of American Popular Religion, Greenwood Press.

Entries on religion in Chronicle of America.  Chronicle Publications.


Paul Root Wolpe, Karen Rommelfanger, et al. “Ethical principles for the use of human cellular biotechnologies.” Nature Biotechnology 35, 1050–1058 (2017)  doi:10.1038/nbt.4007

“Hysteria, and Hype: Government Contracting with Faith-Based Social Service Agencies.” Religions 2017, 8, 22.

“Servant Leadership in Higher Education.” LSBM Working Paper Series, Vol. 1, Issue 1 (2016), pp. 3-10.

Edward L. Queen II.  Articles on the D. Abbott Turner Program in Ethics and Servant Leadership Character Clearinghouse.  October 2013.

Katherine Chen, Howard Lune, and Edward Queen.  “How Values Shape and are Shaped by Nonprofit and Voluntary Organizations: The Current State of the Field.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. Volume 42 Issue 5, October 2013.

Edward L. Queen II.  “Five Questions.” Corporate Secretary Magazine. June 2013.

Edward L. Queen II, “The Limits of Theory for the Study of Religious Violence.”   Practical Matters. Issue 5, Spring 2012.

K. E. Kun, S. Mason, J. W. Foster, J. E. McGowan, Jr., C. N. Coleman, C. Lindenau, E. L. Queen II.  “Working Across Cultures: Outcomes of an Initiative to Improve Student Capacity and Institutional Coordination Related to Global Engagement.” Journal of Community Engagement and Higher Education. 1 (2) 2010.

Arri Eisen, PhD; Howard Kushner, PhD; Mark McLeod, PhD; Edward Queen, JD, PhD; Jonathan Gordon, PhD; John L. Ford, MPH, PhD.  “An Integrated Approach to Addressing Addiction and Depression in College Students.”  JJOURNAL OF AMERICAN COLLEGE HEALTH, VOL. 57, NO. 4 January-February 2009.

“Why Don’t They Love Us?: Using Ethics and Accountability as a Way to Ensure Public Support.”  The Journal of Ethics in Leadership. Vol. II (2006) No. 1.

“Seeing Ourselves in Others: Changing Civic Roles for Religious Organizations.”  Wingspread Journal,The Johnson Foundation.  19:4.

“The Civic Roles of Local Religious Organizations.”Congregations: The Alban Journal.  September-October 1997.

“The Religious Case for Religious Liberty: John Leland and the Colonial Baptists.”  Common Ground: A Forum for Civil Liberties Issues.  Summer 1997.

“The Formation and Reformation of Religious Identity.”Religious Education.  Vol. 91, No. 4,Fall 1996.