Journal of Religious History

The Journal of Religious History is an international, fully refereed journal which publishes articles and reviews current work in the history of religions and their relationship with all aspects of human experience. With high quality international contributors, the journal explores religion and its related subjects, along with debates on comparative method and theory in religious history.

Triennially: February, June, October.

Publisher: 
Wiley-Blackwell
ISSN (print): 
0022-4227
ISSN (online): 
1467-9809

Latest articles

“And They'll Know We Are Christians By Our Love”: Exploring the Role of Christian Love on Maloga Mission, 1874–1888
Claire McLisky, ONLINE EARLY
“Your Journal, My Love”: Constructing Personal and Religious Bonds in Eighteenth-Century Women's Diaries
Cynthia Aalders, ONLINE EARLY
To Rid the Italian Soul of One Dark Blot: Recognising Race in White Christian Religion
David F. Evans, ONLINE EARLY
The Baha'i Faith: Distribution Statistics, 1925–1949
Peter Smith, ONLINE EARLY
Between Two Paradigms: Harriet Pullen and the Earliest Australian Female Preachers
Nicole Starling, ONLINE EARLY
The Perpetually Wedded Wife of God: A Study of Shaykh Musa “Sadā Suhāg” as the Founder of Sadā Suhāgiyya Silsilah
Tanvir Anjum, ONLINE EARLY
Harmful or Benign? Transnational Medical Networks and the Celibacy of Priests
Timothy Verhoeven, ONLINE EARLY
Transnationalising “Anti-Popery”: Militant Protestant Preachers in the Nineteenth-Century Anglo-World
Donald M. MacRaild, ONLINE EARLY
Introduction
Timothy Verhoeven, ONLINE EARLY
European Connections, Obstacles, and the Search for a New Concept of Religion: The Freethought Movement as an Example of Transnational Anti-Catholicism in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century
Lisa Dittrich, ONLINE EARLY
A Comparative Historical Categorisation of Anti-Catholicism
John Wolffe, ONLINE EARLY
A European Culture War in the Twentieth Century? Anti-Catholicism and Anti-Bolshevism between Moscow, Berlin, and the Vatican 1922 to 1933
Todd H. Weir, ONLINE EARLY
Incorporating the King's New Subjects: Accommodation and Anti-Catholicism in the British Empire, 1763–1815
Jessica L. Harland-Jacobs, ONLINE EARLY
Durán of Huesca (c. 1160–1230): A Waldensian Seeking a Remedy to Heresy
Adam L. Hoose, ONLINE EARLY

Volume 39 (1)

Imperial Intervention in the Disputed Roman Episcopal Election of 418/419
Geoffrey D. Dunn, vol. 39 (1): 1-13
Huguenot Belief and Practice in Eighteenth-Century Paris
David Garrioch, vol. 39 (1): 14-30
“sche hungryd ryth sor aftyr Goddys word”: Female Piety and the Legacy of the Pastoral Programme in the Late Medieval English Sermons of Bodleian Library MS Greaves 54
Beth Allison Barr, vol. 39 (1): 31-50
Can Christianity Save Civilisation?: Liberal Protestant Anti-Secularism in Interwar America
Mark Edwards, vol. 39 (1): 51-67
Mary and the Catholic Church in England, 1854–1893
Cadoc D. A. Leighton, vol. 39 (1): 68-85
“Under the Blood” at Azusa Street: Exodus Typology at the Heart of Pentecostal Origins
Ben Pugh, vol. 39 (1): 86-103