ISSN: 1522-5658
About the Journal
Purpose

The Journal of Religion & Society has been established to promote the cross-disciplinary study of religion and its diverse social dimensions through the publication of research articles, essays and opinions, review articles, and book reviews. The focus of the journal is American religions and Western religious traditions.

Description

The Journal of Religion & Society is a refereed academic journal dedicated to the publication of scholarly research in religion and its diverse social dimensions (ISSN: 1522-5658). All submissions to the journal will be subject to blind peer review. The journal also publishes a Supplement Series (ISSN: 1941-8450) consisting of occasional collections of essays on a particular theme or topic. The journal welcomes proposals for the Supplement Series.

The Journal of Religion & Society will publish its articles in PDF format for maximum access while maintaining pagination and format. The articles may incorporate photos, graphics, and other media where appropriate. Links to web resources are also possible.

The journal will accept submissions on an ongoing basis, and will publish new material periodically throughout the year. Each volume of the journal will be limited to material published within a given calendar year.

Editorial Board

Ronald A. Simkins, Ph.D. serves as the journal’s General Editor. The editorial board is comprised of the Faculty Associates of the Kripke Center.

Subscription

Subscription to the journal is free, and current and back issues of the journal can be accessed online.

A subscription mailing list is provided to notify readers when new material has been published in the journal. In order to receive periodic notification of new published material, send an email message to , with “Subscription” in the subject heading and your email address listed in the body of the message.

Citation
& Indexing

Electronic articles in the journal are cited (for example, in a footnote) as follows:

Jane Smith, “Something New About Religion and Society,” Journal of Religion & Society 1 (1999), 3-5 [URL of the article].

Articles or volumes in the Supplement Series are cited as follows:

John Doe, “A New Idea,” An Interesting Topic in Religion and Society, Journal of Religion & Society Supplement Series 1, edited by Jane Smith (The Kripke Center: 2004; URL of the volume or the article).

The Journal of Religion & Society is indexed in Religious and Theological Abstracts and by the American Theological Library Association (http://www.atla.com) in the ATLA RELIGION DATABASE ®, Religion Index One: Perodicals (RIO®), and Index to Book Reviews in Religion (IBRR®).