Announcing the Theology, Religion and Popular Culture Review #CFP

Announcing the Theology, Religion and Popular Culture Review #CFP August 2, 2019

The Theology, Religion and Popular Culture Network will be starting the TRPC Review, a short online publication which will feature useful information to members, including book reviews, conference reports, research notes, and upcoming call for papers.

We are currently requesting submissions of the following:

•Book reviews – 750-1000 words

•Conference reports – 500-750

•Research notes – a short overview of research or collective literature reviews on a subject; keep to 1000-1500

•Any upcoming call for papers

Please send all submissions to vivian.asimos@durham.ac.uk

The publication will be hosted on the Theology, Religion, and Popular Culture website: https://www.religionpopculture.com/

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