Dr. Giselle Vincett researches contemporary religion in the UK. Her most recent work focuses on young people and religion in the UK and examines how traditional religion is changing amongst young people and shaped by social, geographic and economic contexts. Her most recent journal article from this research, 'Young People and Performance Christianity in Scotland' is forthcoming in the Journal of Contemporary Religion. She has previously edited a book in the same series for Ashgate (with Kristin Aune and Sonya Sharma) entitled Women and Religion in the West: Challenging Secularization (2008). As the current publications officer for the British Sociology Association's Sociology of Religion Study Group (SOCREL) she is series editor for the Ashgate series 'Theology and Religion in Interdisciplinary Perspective'. Dr. Elijah Obinna obtained his PhD from the University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom with specialisation in Sociology of Religion. He is currently a senior lecturer and the director of Research and School of Postgraduate Studies at the Hugh Goldie Lay/Theological Institution, Arochukwu (HGLTTIA) in affiliation with Abia State University, Uturu. From 2011 to 2012, he served as a visiting assistant professor at the University of Missouri, Columbia, USA. Obinna is the author of Scottish Missionaries in Nigeria: Foundation, Transformation and Development (1927-1944) (The Edwin Mellen Press, 2013). Additionally, Obinna has authored many articles and book chapters in international publications. He is the author of the forthcoming book entitled Church and Society in Nigeria: Socio-Religious, Gender and Economic Structures in Change.