About the Journal

Seth Schermerhorn, Hamilton College

Marie Alohalani Brown, University of Hawai'i at Mānoa

Launching in 2023, Indigenous Religious Traditions is a peer-reviewed journal that will publish papers representing the most recent scholarship in all areas of the study of Indigenous religious traditions.

This new journal strives for increasingly global perspectives, with representation of peoples and traditions from all continents, covering diverse geographical regions and including traditions of the past as well as of the present. We are concerned with the interface between the disciplines of Indigenous studies and religious studies, Indigenous religious traditions and modernity, colonial and postcolonial conditions, and local and global forces that shape the practice of Indigenous traditions and their categorizations. We are particularly interested in interdisciplinary approaches to the study of Indigenous Peoples and religious traditions, emphasizing Indigenous methodologies among other humanities and social science approaches.

Indigenous Religious Traditions will also include papers that discuss important theoretical, methodological, and conceptual innovations in the study of religion and reflective studies on disciplinary histories.

The journal will publish book reviews as well as review articles.

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Current Issue

Vol. 1 No. 2 (2023)
Published: 2023-12-21


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Publication Details:  2 issues per year, launching 2023 (July & December)

2754-673X (print)
2754-6748 (online)