The Journal of Postcolonial Theory and Theology is a peer-reviewed, open access online journal.
Call for Papers:
The Journal of Postcolonial Theory and Theology welcomes all scholarly interrogations of postcolonial theories and theologies, without restriction to any particular political/cultural ideology or to specific critical practices. JPTT seeks to encourage the broadest possible variety of approaches and viewpoints, and the generation of wide-ranging, productive debates. Submitted articles will be evaluated for quality of their argument rather than personal agreement with the results or method.
We are seeking contributions from scholars dealing with all aspects of religion and representing the realities of local communities throughout the world, including experiences of diaspora or hybridity. We invite essays dealing with colonial and postcolonial histories of religion, current expressions of religiosity, theoretical interventions in religious discourse, applications to postcolonial theory to religious situations, theological critiques of postcolonial innovations, and theologies beyond empire. JPTT intends to open broad discourse among new voices, emerging scholars, and established voices in multiple sites throughout the world, and so we welcome intentionally scholars who have not published before and who are at the beginnings of their investigations and careers, at the same time we invite those whose insights have already shaped the field.
Please direct submissions to Joseph Duggan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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