The University of Wales Press announces a new interdisciplinary journal, The Journal of Religious History, Literature and Culture, launching in 2015. The journal, which is in succession to the The Welsh Journal of Religious History and Trivium, will publish articles on all aspects of the history, literature and culture of religions in all parts of the world making it an indispensable and unique addition to scholarly work in the field.

The journal will be published in English, to appear twice-yearly, with one regular issue and one themed special issue. The journal aims to provide coverage of those aspects of religious culture which illuminate and exemplify religious practice and ideas. The editors have consciously sought to adopt wide parameters for its interests: the history, literature and culture of religion. These parameters are not confined to any one period or to Wales or Christianity and it is hoped that in the coming issues the journal will encompass the breadth of its title.

The editorial conception of religious history, literature and culture is broad, to include aspects of art and architecture, material culture, the history of all periods and literatures in many divergent forms, engaging religion comprehensively to include all religious expressions. The journal will also include book reviews.

The journal will be fully peer-reviewed and will be available in print and online (via Ingenta).

The first issue of The Journal of Religious History, Literature and Culture will appear in Summer 2015, with a special edition to follow in Autumn 2015.

Print ISSN 2057 4517 Online ISSN 2057 4525

The following prices are for two issues i.e the journal and the special issue which will be published annually:

Institutions:              Individual:
Print only £95           Print only £25
Online only £85       Online only £20
Combined £140         Combined £40

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Dr Thomas Smith, Ludwig-Maxmillians-Universität München

Dr Nicky Tsougarakis, Edge Hill University

Professor David Bebbington, Stirling University
Professor Stewart J. Brown, University of Edinburgh
Dr James J. Caudle, Yale University
Dr Robert G. Ingram, Ohio University
Professor Geraint H. Jenkins, Aberystwyth University
Dr David Ceri Jones, Aberystwyth University
Professor J. Gwynfor Jones, Cardiff University
Dr Frances Knight, University of Nottingam
Professor Kenneth E. Roxburgh, Samford University
Dr Robert Pope, University of Wales: Trinity Saint David
Professor Huw Pryce, Bangor University
Rt Revd and Rt Hon. Lord Williams of Oystermouth, Magdalene College, Cambridge Professor Jonathan Wooding, University of Sydney
Dr Eryn M. White, Aberystwyth University

Authors interested in submitting articles for consideration are invited to send their material to either:
Prof William Gibson:
Dr John Morgan-Guy: