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Diaconia. Journal for the Study of Christian Social Practice
   

Diaconia. Journal for the Study of Christian Social Practice

  • Englisch
  • 1869-3261
  • 2 Hefte pro Jahrgang
  • Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
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The jounal shall appear twice a year as Open Access journal.

It is the objective of “Diaconia. Journal for the Study of Christian Social Practice” to...mehr

It is the objective of “Diaconia. Journal for the Study of Christian Social Practice” to contribute to new research and interpretations of Christian social practice with and among the marginalised. To hear, interpret and communicate the voices in the field and to analyse their social and political context is an important field of study and practice. The journal welcomes contributions elaborating such topics. Because of the complexity of the field, we are especially interested in interdisciplinary research. We welcome contributions on biblical, ethical, dogmatic and contextual theologies, historical, socio-scientific and practical aspects of the Diaconia and Christian social practice.

The journal is peer-reviewed (double-blind) by two reviewers.

Diaconia is edited by Annette Leis-Peters (Oslo) in cooperation with Trygve Wyller (Oslo), Ninna Edgardh (Uppsala), Anne Birgitta Pessi (Helsinki), Kari Latvus (Helsinki), Tony Addy (Linz), Johannes Eurich (Heidelberg), Erica Meijers (Amsterdam), Ingolf Hübner (Diakonie Deutschland), Ignatius Swart (Cape Town), Kaia Schultz Rønsdal (Oslo) and Florian Tuder (Brussels).

This journal is peer-reviewed.

Articles should be sent to:
Jeremy Heuslein, editorial assistant
jeremy.heuslein@holytrinity.be

For reviews please contact:
Kaia Schultz Rønsdal
k.d.schultz@teologi.uio.no

For reports from practice pleas inform:
Tony Addy
education@interdiac.eu

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