The Journal of Religion, Media and Digital Culture is a peer-reviewed academic journal, publishing three issues each year.
JRMDC publishes original work that considers any aspect of the relationship between religion, media and culture. Published articles should contribute new insights to debates in the social sciences or digital humanities. Studies of any religious tradition are welcomed.
Theological writings will not normally be considered for publication, although occasional exceptions may be made for special issues of particular academic interest.
Studies of a wider range of media (for example, religion and television or film) may be published as part of occasional special issues.
RMDC publishes articles (5-8000 words), research reports (up to 5000 words), review articles (2-3000 words) and book reviews. Submissions should be in Harvard style.
Until the end of 2017, JRMDC will remain free to access and will not charge a submission fee for authors. JRMDC is listed in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and the Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals (level 1). From 2018, JRMDC will be published by Brill (as RMDC) at a new website: www.brill.com/rmdc
2016Special Issue. Guest Editors: Claire Clivaz, Paul Dilley, David Hamidović, Mladen Popović, Caroline T. Schroeder and Joseph Verheyden
2014Special Issue. Editor: Tim HutchingsSpecial Issue. Guest Editor: Alexander Ornella (University of Hull, UK)
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