The Claremont Journal of Religion welcomes articles and book reviews pertaining to the topic of queer studies in religion. This issue will focus on the intersectionality of queer lives, queer modernity, and queer space and bodies in the context of religious discourse. Papers can range from topics pertaining to queer theories and theoretical approaches to religion, queer identity in religious spaces, and queer and religious histories. Papers that forward the ways in which “religion” can be understood through the lens of queer studies or LGBTQIAA identities will be given special attention.
As usual, we are also continuously accepting articles and book reviews relating to religion and contemporary life. Please send your article/book review, with an abstract, 5 keywords, and a brief bio by April 1, 2013 to firstname.lastname@example.org. Before sending anything, please visit www.claremontjournal.com and view our “submission guidelines.”
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