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Religion & Human Rights

An International Journal

Editor-in-Chief Jeroen Temperman

Religion & Human Rights provides a unique academic forum for the discussion of issues which are of crucial importance and which have global reach. The Journal covers the interactions, conflicts and reconciliations between religions or beliefs on the one hand; and systems for the promotion and protection of human rights, international, regional and national, on the other.

The Journal tackles these issues fearlessly, and draws its materials from all relevant disciplines - theology, anthropology, history, international relations, human rights, religious studies, and many others - but with special emphasis on legal frameworks. It is an indispensable source for all those concerned with monitoring, studying, teaching, analysing or developing policies on the relationship between religion and human rights today.

Religion & Human Rights is a peer-reviewed, academic journal, published by Brill | Nijhoff - the world’s leading imprint for international Human Rights books and periodicals. Brill | Nijhoff is an imprint of Brill in Leiden, The Netherlands, which is itself internationally renowned for the strength of its publishing programmes, inter alia, in the field of religious studies.

Online submission: Articles for publication in Religion & Human Rights can be submitted online through Editorial Manager, please click here.

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Edited by Paul Ostwald and Marcos Barclay

The Journal of Interrupted Studies publishes complete and incomplete articles by scholars whose work has been jeopardized by forced migration. Founded in response to the European migrant crisis, the journal accepts submissions from authors fleeing a range of, political, humanitarian and environmental situations. The journal is united by a concern for the humanity and expertise that is often left unrecognized in mainstream refugee discussions.

The journal’s content is multidisciplinary and covers a range of issues in the social and natural sciences as well as the humanities. While not a requirement, the journal is especially interested in publishing the responses of refugees themselves to the ongoing crisis. In this way, the Journal aims to be a forum for a discussion not just about, but with refugees on the problems and solutions faced across the world today.

Authors are cordially invited to submit articles to the editors Paul Ostwald and Marcos Barclay. For more information please visit the website.

This is a fully Open Access journal, which means that all articles are freely available online, ensuring maximum, worldwide dissemination of content. As Brill sponsors this publication, the article processing charges are waived.