Religious Theory is the new commentary, review, and conversation blog for The Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory. We plan to go live no later than the middle of February, 2016.
If you are interested in doing a a commentary on topics, trends, or issues, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Contributions should normally be a maximum of 1500 words, unless you are proposing multiple authors at the same time on a common topic. Please summarize your proposed contribution in no more than 300 words along with a bio of yourself about the same length. Please note that proposals for regular, footnoted, academic articles should be proposed separately through the following URL: http://jcrt.org/submissions.html.
If you are proposing a review and do not already have a copy of the book, or the book is not listed on our Books to Review page, please provide additional information regarding the author, title, publisher, date of publication, number of pages, type of book (hardback or paperback, etc.), and ISBN. We will request a copy of the book from the publisher. Send an inquiry to the book review editor.
If you would like to be considered as a regular, listed contributor, we would also ask that you send a full vita along with a list of at least five topics on which you would be prepared to write. Regular listed contributors are expected to propose something to write at least six times a year, and those who do not fulfill that obligation in a given calendar year will be dropped from the roster.
Neither Religious Theory nor JCRT publishes what are in effect term papers or portions of theses or dissertations, religious advocacy or apologetical pieces, sermons, letters, curricular or pedagogical materials, etc. We reserve the right to decline to publish anything for reasons that we are not obliged to specify. If in doubt, please consult our mission statement below:
The Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to both disciplinary and interdisciplinary scholarship of a cutting-edge nature that deals broadly with the phenomenon of religious and cultural theory.
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