The Bulletin primarily publishes a wide array of essays on the study of religion and the various institutional and research field sites where that work takes place. Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis and reviewed by our editorial team at the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Alabama. If you are interested in submitting an essay, we ask you first to contact the editor, Prof. Richard Newton (email@example.com), so that he can assist you in the process, including submission to our online system. Please make sure you have read the full author guidelines before beginning the submission process.
Prospective authors to Bulletin for the Study of Religion should register as authors (see the 'Online Submission' details above).
First, click here to download the guidelines which you will find in PDF format. The guidelines pertain to article and book review submissions. Articles may be submitted to this journal and will be peer reviewed; the journal also publishes invited material which is not blind reviewed. We will acknowledge your submission upon receipt and let you know the anticipated timeframe for a decision. If your article is accepted, we will send you further instructions for submitting the final manuscript of your article.
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The editors will not consider manuscripts which are under consideration by other publishers. It is assumed that once you have submitted an article to this journal, it will not be sent to other publishers until a decision about inclusion has been made. Only by special arrangement will the editors consider previously published material. Full details of our conditions related to copyright can be found by clicking here. Click Here for the contributor contract, which you should print, sign and post back to Equinox once your manuscript is accepted.
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