Important information on Submissions
The article should be between 4,000-8,000 words. Book reviews should be between 500-2000 words
It can be on any topic within the theme and tied to a discipline in the theology department. We encourage submissions from multiple disciplines.
Your submission will go through a double-blind review process. It will be read by a reviewer who will not know who’s paper it is. In turn, you will not know who the reviewer is.
You can be experimental with the style and presentation if it maintains a sense of academic discipline.
When you submit a paper, please include a small biography that we can publish alongside your work. Unfortunately, we might not be able to include every submission in the journal. If this is the case we will of course, let you know.
Please Note: Your Paper will go through a review process involving the editorial team and the academic advisory board. If you submit a paper, you are agreeing to:
The editorial team making minor edits and suggestions
Your submission being read by members of the Academic Advisory Board in the Theology and Religious Studies Department of King's College London
Your submission being published in an Open Access Forum. This means it is free to access and anyone can read, download, copy, distribute, and print it.
Your submission being published online and in print. With all appropriate accreditation to yourself.
Please note that we are unable to offer renumeration for submissions at this time.
If you are uncomfortable with any of these points or have questions, then please address them in the email when you submit your paper. The editorial team will then contact you.