Diana L. Eck, A New Religious America: How a 'Christian Country' Has Become the World's Most Religiously Diverse Nation. (2001) Harper Collins.
World Religions in Boston: A Guide to Communities and Resources (1991, --, 1998,) A selective portrait of religious communities in the Greater Boston area. Now updated and integrated into www.pluralism.org.
“Pluralism: Problems and Promise,” Journal of Interreligious Studies (Issue 17, Summer 2015)
Fremont, U.S.A. (DVD, 2008)
Acting on Faith: Women’s New Religious Activism in America (DVD or VHS, 2005)
Becoming the Buddha in L.A. (VHS, 1993)
Select Articles by Pluralism Project Staff
“Interfaith Infrastructure: The Indispensable Value of the Local” – Diana Eck and Pluralism Project Staff, Journal of Interreligious Studies, Issue 24, (December 2018)
“Using the Case Method in Interfaith Studies Classrooms” – Ellie Pierce in Interreligious-Interfaith Studies: Defining a New Field, Eboo Patel and et al., eds. (Boston, MA: Beacon Press) 2018.
“The Case Study Method as a Means of Teaching About Pluralism” – Brendan W. Randall and Whittney Barth in Teaching Interreligious Encounters, Mark Pugliese and Alexander Hwang, eds. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017).
“Diana Eck’s Concept of Pluralism as a Norm for Civic Education in a Religiously Diverse Democracy” – Brendan W. Randall, Journal of Interreligious Studies, Issue 17 (August 2015).
“Pluralism, Place and the Local” – Whittney Barth, Journal of Interreligious Studies, Issue 17 (August 2015).
“Pluralism: Problems and Promise” – Diana Eck, Journal of Interreligious Studies, Issue 17 (August 2015).
““What is at Stake?” Exploring the Problems of Pluralism through the Case Method” – Ellie Pierce, Journal of Interreligious Studies, Issue 17 (August 2015).