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J.S.R.I. is an international publication of the Seminar for the Interdisciplinary Research of Religions and Ideologies, the Department of Systematic Philosophy from Babes-Bolyai University (Cluj, Romania) and SACRI (www.sacri.ro). It is a peer-review academic publication intended for academics, professors and young researchers interested in the study of religions and ideologies.
At present, JSRI has been included in the international directory Directory of Open Access Journal (www.doaj.org).
In the same time, JSRI is the first Romanian Journal that was selected for coverage in The Arts & Humanities Citation Index and Current Contents: Arts & Humanities. The evaluation process was conducted by ISI, Philadelphia, USA (www.isinet.com).
So far, JSRI has published 8 issues, with a total of more than 1700 pages. Among the authors who published in JSRI, one can mention: Moshe Idel, Richard Rorty, Leonard Swidler, Peter van der Veer, Kathleen Tobin, Simon Geissbuhler, Eva M. Synek, Joseph A. Favazza, Johannes Michael Schnarrer, Boris DeWiel, Israel Idalovichi, Mester Bela, Ioan Chirila, Sandu Frunza, Marius Jucan, Aurel Codoban, Adrian-Paul Iliescu, Mihaela Frunza.
J.S.R.I. is an open-access journal published on the Internet, with three issues per year. The languages in which materials can be published are English and Romanian. J.S.R.I encourages the submission of the following types of materials:
– theoretical studies written by experts in the field, well-known specialists and academics
– applied articles, regional-focused, reflexive and comparative texts written by graduate students, junior lecturers
– book reviews
The length of the materials should range between 10-25 pages for studies and articles and between 2-7 pages for book reviews (Times New Roman, 12 pts, 1.5 lines).
The topic for the issue no. 8 is Fundamentalism or Pluralism. J.S.R.I. encourages interdisciplinary approaches engaging the following domains: interreligious dialogue, philosophy of religions, political philosophy and political science, ethics, religious studies, anthropology, sociology, educational science and communications theory. We are expecting papers on this topic until the 10th of November 2004 the latest.
The materials should be accompanied by the following:
– a 10 line abstract (in English) (except for book reviews)
– up to 10 key words (in English) that best describe the content of the material
– half page CV of the author, mentioning the contact details, and a list of up to 10 major publications
– a personal picture (optional)
All texts should be sent as attachments the following e-mail addresses:
Enquiries should be directed to: