Journal of Interreligious Studies Releases New Issue
August 22, 2022
The Journal of Interreligious Studies is pleased to announce the release of Issue 37—a thematic issue in collaboration with the organizers of the 18th Annual Boston College Engaging Particularities Conference: Living Rituals through Memory, Language, and Identity. Issue 37 features essays by Lukas Wiesenhütter, Domenik Ackermann, Xingyi Wang, and Amirah Orozco, with introductory pieces by editor-in-chief Axel Marc Oaks Takács and guest editor Katie Mahowski Mylroie—plus five book reviews (among them, one by HIU alumna Dr. Preeta Banerjee). The Journal of Interreligious Studies is published collaboratively by Hebrew College, Boston University School of Theology, and Hartford International University for Religion and Peace. HIU President Joel Lohr is one of the publishers; Dr. Lucinda Mosher, HIU faculty associate in interreligious studies and chaplaincy, is the senior editor.