December 8, 2017 – Leiden / Boston / Paderborn / Singapore / Beijing – In cooperation with the International Society for Media, Religion and Culture (ISMRC), international publisher Brill has launched the Journal of Religion, Media and Digital Culture (RMDC). The journal is another valuable addition to Brill’s expanding lists in Social Sciences and Religion. It is published under the editorship of Tim Hutchings, and its three issues per year will be available both in print and online.
RMDC publishes original work that contributes to social-scientific discussion of the relationship between religion, media and culture. Studies of any religious tradition, medium or geographical region are welcome. The journal’s primary focus is on recent and contemporary media, but historical studies may also be considered.
ISMRC is a worldwide association for the academic study of religion and media. Its meetings began in 1994, and a biennial series of International Conferences on Media, Religion and Culture has been organized since 1996. These conferences have now been held in North and South America, Europe and Asia, and affiliated conferences have also been arranged in many countries. RMDC received the official endorsement of this society in 2017 and seeks to continue this global scholarly conversation.
The journal’s editorial board welcomes previously unpublished papers. For submission guidelines and more information visit www.brill.com/RMDC.
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