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Monday, January 08, 2007

Online - Heidelberg Journal of Religions on the Internet

Journal of Religions on the Internet is a electronic (or e-journal) specializing in religion found on cyberspace.

Gregor Ahn (Heidelberg)
Editorial Board:
Christopher Helland (Halifax, Kanada)
Oliver Krüger (Heidelberg/Princeton)
Göran Larsson (Göteborg, Sweden)
Gernot Meier (Heidelberg, Germany)

  • Volume 01.1 Special Issue on Theory and Methodology, ed. by Oliver Krüger
  • Volume 02.1 Special Issue on Rituals on the Internet, ed. by Kerstin Radde-Antweiler

    What others say:"This journal began through the impetus of the second international conference on religion and the internet called: Online-Religions and Rituals-Online, held in Germany in 2004." When Religion Meets New Media

    See in the same section and aisle:
  • Internet Journal of Religion - multiple journal site, includes links to Diskus, Science of Religion, Marburg Journal of Religion, Journal of Southern Religion, Journal of Buddhist Ethics, Journal for Global Buddhism, eSPIRITA [ source: RELIGIOUS STUDIES WEB GUIDE ]
  • see also: Electronic Journals (Academic / Peer-reviewed) @ Wabash Center
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  • Studying Religion on the Internet
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