Body and Religion

Edited by:

Katherine C. Zubco, University of North Carolina Asheville

Complete Collection
Theory, Method & Special Topics Collection

Selected Chapters:
AfroDiasporic & Indigenous Studies
Ancient Worlds
Islamic Studies
South & East Asia

Body and Religion is an internationally peer reviewed, interdisciplinary journal devoted to all issues of body and religion. We welcome English-language submissions from scholars who use diverse methodologies and approaches, ranging from traditional to innovative, to explore issues of “body” as a fundamental analytical category in the study of religion. We seek to publish the widest possible diversity of critical inquiry into the relationships between all manner of bodies; concepts of “body,” and both traditional and alternative religious traditions, popular culture, literature, the arts, psychology, philosophy, the natural sciences, national and social movements, gender and sexuality, modification and transformation, underground/alternative culture, time periods, and regions.

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Selected articles are included in other collections as designated and this will expand as more articles are indexed and added to this site.


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  • issn
    ISSN 2057-5831 (Online)
  • publisher
    Equinox Publishing Ltd.
  • publisher place
    Sheffield (U.K.)
  • rights holder
    Equinox Publishing Ltd.