|The Journal of Orthodox Christian Studies
The Journal of Orthodox Christian Studies is a double-blind, peer-reviewed scholarly journal publishing leading scholarship on all aspects of the thought, history, society, politics, theology and culture of Orthodox Christianity broadly conceived. Submissions are subject to rigorous peer review. Multidisciplinary and methodologically innovative approaches to both historical and contemporary topics exploring some aspect of Orthodox Christianity are welcome. The journal is published semiannually in both print and electronic versions. The Journal of Orthodox Christian Studies is published by Johns Hopkins University Press in cooperation with the Orthodox Christian Studies Center of Fordham University.
Notes to Contributors
The Journal of Orthodox Christian Studies welcomes articles on all aspects of the thought, history, society, politics, theology and culture of Orthodox Christianity, broadly conceived. We publish work that is multidisciplinary and encourage methodologically innovative approaches to both historical and contemporary topics. The editors will not impose any methodological, chronological, or geographic boundaries on the subject of scholarly inquiry so long as the research explores some aspect of Orthodox Christianity. We invite relevant submissions from scholars in any pertinent field. Authors should consider the multidisciplinary audience of the Journal of Orthodox Christian Studies, and should shape their submissions in such ways as to appeal to this audience and provide sufficient context for those who are not already experts in the subject matter of their articles. The Journal of Orthodox Christian Studies also publishes book reviews by invitation. If you are interested in writing a book review, please contact Will Cohen at [email protected].
Please send all inquiries to [email protected]. Author guidelines for manuscript submissions are available on the Center’s website.
George E. Demacopoulos, Fordham University
Aristotle Papanikolaou, Fordham University
Nathaniel Wood, Fordham University
Book Reviews Editor
Will Cohen, Scranton University
Stephen Davis, Yale University
Davor Dzalto, American University of Rome
Daniel Findikyan, St. Nerses Seminary
Effie Fokas, London School of Economics
Daniel Galadza, University of Vienna
Brandon Gallaher, University of Exeter
Paul Gavrilyuk, University of St. Thomas
Christina Gschwandtner, Fordham University
Susan Harvey, Brown University
Pantelis Kalaitzides, Volos Theological Academy
Lucian Leustan, University of London
Bissera Pencheva, Stanford University
Vera Shevzov, Smith College
Stephen Shoemaker, University of Oregon
Salam Rassi, Oxford University
Gayle Woloschak, Northwestern University
My “submission” to “Jesuit-affilaited” Fordham’s so-called “Orthodox Studies Center” is a simple one … Cease and desist! The publicaitons have been top heavy with defrocked clergy, pro-gay propaganda, and ecumenist …. Rome (or those who think they “speak for” some New Age Liberal Vatican), yet again, attempting to tell the Orthodox what “WE should do.” Mostly disgusting … why any group claiming to be “Orthodox” would support this … is beyond me … EP “affiliations” are always pretty evdient too!