Journal of Religion and Violence
Margo Kitts, Editor
The Journal of Religion and Violence is a scholarly publication devoted to the interdisciplinary study of religion and violence. It publishes analyses of contemporary and historical religious groups involved in violent incidents, as well as original work on sacrifice, terrorism, inter- and intra-religious violence, mass suicide, war and religion, and religiously-legitimated violence against women. It was established in response to the interest in religion and violence that emerged after tragic events in recent decades.
Online First (forthcoming articles)
Current Issue + Archive
Contributors include Brian Catlos, Kelly Denton-Borhaug, Reuven Firestone, Christopher Frilingos, Iselin Frydenlund, Lorenz Graitl, Judy Ledgerwood, and Jamel Velji.
· ISSN 2159-6808 (online) · 3 issues per year · Access includes vol.1 (2013) to present ·
· Published by the Philosophy Documentation Center · Back issues also in JSTOR·
--American Academy of Religion
--The Colloquium on Violence & Religion
--International Society for the Study of New Religions
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