Claremont Journal of Religion (CJR) is a student led, peer-reviewed, online journal that focuses on the ways “religion” can be understood in the contemporary world. CJR is in relationship with the recently established Claremont Lincoln University, Claremont School of Theology, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont University Consortium and The Society for Philosophy and Religion at Claremont (SPARC). The goal of this journal is to provide a forum for emerging scholars, academics, graduate students, and lay-leaders to publish their latest work in the broad field of “religious studies.”
Issues will be published bi-annually and contain a collection of articles, book reviews, op-eds, interviews, political cartoons and more.
ISSN# 2162-3732. Claremont Journal of Religion ©, Kile Jones, 2011.
The CJR is committed to promoting diversity (racial, sexual, ethnic, etc.) and fostering an environment of respect and compassion. We encourage submissions from minorities and marginalized groups.
All manuscripts published in Claremont Journal of Religion are owned solely by the author(s). Authors retain copyright. When published, all manuscripts are available to read, download, search, and link for educational purposes. All authors agree to have CJR publish and distribute the article at CJR’s discretion. Authors agree to hold CJR innocent for any unauthorized use of their manuscript. Commercial uses of the manuscripts published by CJR must be requested in writing to the Editor-in_Chief at firstname.lastname@example.org before distribution of any kind.
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