Religion & American Culture: A Journal of Interpretation
Edited by Tracy Fessenden, Philip Goff, Amy Koehlinger, Laura Levitt, Stephen J. Stein, Peter J. Thuesen, and Judith Weisenfeld, this semiannual publication explores the interplay between religion and other spheres of American culture. The journal embraces a diversity of methodological approaches and theoretical perspectives. Although concentrated on specific topics, articles illuminate larger patterns, implications, or contexts of American life. Religion and American Culture is devoted to promoting the ongoing scholarly discussion of the nature, terms, and dynamics of religion in America.
Manuscripts will not be considered for publication that are currently under consideration by other journals or presses or if they have been published, or are soon to be published, elsewhere. If the manuscript is accepted for publication, its appearance in Religion and American Culture must precede publication elsewhere.
All manuscript submissions should conform to the latest edition of The Chicago Manual of Style. Endnotes are preferred to footnotes. Do not use parenthetical citations.
All articles submitted to Religion and American Culture must include an abstract, no longer than 250 words, on the first page of the manuscript. The abstract must contain the article's thesis, as well as describe the topic.
Manuscripts generally should be 25-35 pages in length, double-spaced.
Because submissions are double-anonymously evaluated at several levels, the abstract, pages (including title page), and notes should not include author identification.Authors are responsible for obtaining permission to reprint extracts and reproduce illustrations. The permissions must be supplied with the final manuscript, if accepted for publication. All necessary credits and acknowledgments must be included.
R&AC accepts only electronic submissions in Word format.
Please address all queries and editorial correspondence to: firstname.lastname@example.org.