Launching the International Journal of Religion

Authors

  • Jeffrey Haynes School of Social Sciences, London Metropolitan University
  • Ahmet Erdi Ozturk London Metropolitan University https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1749-6682
  • Eric M. Trinka The Catholic University of America / James Madison University, United States

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33182/ijor.v1i1.1221

Keywords:

Religion, politics, international relations, foreign policy, domestic policy

Abstract

The International Journal of Religion (IJOR) was founded to fill a gap: to discover more about how religion impacts on society and politics both within and between countries. IJOR will examine how and why religion influences national and international politics, society, and economics. IJOR will be comprehensive, inter-disciplinary and researched-based. IJOR will do all it can to be a respected social scientific journal of high academic quality. IJOR invites scholars, researchers, thinkers and practitioners working on and interested in these issues to contribute, in what the journal intends to be a conducive environment to stimulate critical and independent thinking.

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Author Biographies

Jeffrey Haynes, School of Social Sciences, London Metropolitan University

Jeffrey Haynes is Emeritus Professor of Politics, School of Social Sciences, London Metropolitan University. 

Eric M. Trinka, The Catholic University of America / James Madison University, United States

Dr Eric Trinka is Adjunct Instructor of Religion at James Madison University. Time spent in the Mediterranean and Levant as an instructor, researcher, tour leader, and student has also provided him with a unique toolset for bringing biblical texts and ancient Near Eastern contexts to life in novel ways for both new and seasoned readers. Dr. Trinka is especially interested in the phenomenon of internal religious pluralism in the contexts of mobility and migration.

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Published

2020-11-22

How to Cite

Haynes, J. ., Ozturk, A. E., & Trinka, E. M. . (2020). Launching the International Journal of Religion. International Journal of Religion, 1(1), 1–3. https://doi.org/10.33182/ijor.v1i1.1221