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Executive Editors
Alberta Giorgi, University of Bergamo, Italy
Julia Martínez-Ariño, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

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Rosa Martínez Cuadros, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

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Floor Zwaagstra, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

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Veronique Altglas, Queen’s University Belfast, UK
Arjen Bakker, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Marion Bowman, The Open University, UK
Markus Davidsen, Leiden University, The Netherlands
Giulia Evolvi, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Effie Fokas, American College of Greece, Athens, Greece
Maria Chiara Giorda, Università di Roma Tre, Italy
Andrew Irving, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Hans G. Kippenberg, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany (Founding Editor)
Hartley Lachter, Lehigh University, PA, USA
Lucian Leustean, Aston University, Birmingham, UK
András Máté-Tóth, Szeged University, Hungary
Jerry Pankhurst, Wittenberg University, OH, USA
Mark Sedgwick, Aarhus University, Denmark
Marat Shterin, King’s College London, UK
Teemu Taira, University of Helsinki, Finland
Anja Visser, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Siniša Zrinščak, Zagreb University, Croatia
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Journal of Religion in Europe

The peer-reviewed Journal of Religion in Europe provides a forum for multi-disciplinary research into the complex dynamics of religious discourses and practices in Europe, both historical and contemporary. The journal’s underlying idea is that religion in Europe is characterized by a variety of pluralisms. There is a pluralism of religious communities that actively engage with one another. Additionally, there is a pluralism of societal systems, such as nations, law, politics, economy, science, and art, all of which interact with religious systems. There is also a pluralism of scholarly discourses, including religious studies, legal studies, history, anthropology, sociology, philosophy, and psychology, that are addressing the religious dynamics involved. The Journal of Religion in Europe encourages new research that responds to the changing European dimension of social and cultural studies regarding these pluralisms.
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