Journal for Religion, Film and Media
The Journal of Religion, Film and Media (JRFM) was founded in 2015 in cooperation among different universities and academic research networks. This initiative, resulting from the long-term cooperation among the Universities of Graz, Zurich and Munich, the research teams of “Film and Theology” (http://www.film-und-theologie.de), “Media and Religion” (http://www.media-religion.org) and “Commun(icat)ing Bodies” (http://communicating-bodies.net) with the publishing house Schüren in Marburg (http://www.schueren-verlag.de/zeitschriften/jrfm.html), is dedicated to interdisciplinary studies in the broad field of media and religion with particular (but not exclusive) attention to audio-visual production.
JRFM publishes articles in English that focus on audio/visual media, feature films, documentaries, advertising, interactive internet-based media and other forms of communication and their interdependence with contemporary or historical forms of religion.
Religion and Gender
Religion and Gender is the first refereed online, open access, international journal dedicated to the systematic study of gender and religion in an interdisciplinary perspective.
Religion and Gender seeks to investigate gender at the intersection of feminist, sexuality, queer, masculinity and diversity studies. The journal analyses, explores and reflects on the relation, confrontation and intersection of gender and religion.