Robert Ray, the Assistatnt Editor of the Journal of Religious and Theological Information, has asked that we post the following message for the members of ALABI.
The Journal of Religious & Theological Information, now published by Routledge (a member of the Taylor & Francis Group), is an essential resource for bibliographers, librarians, and scholars interested in the literature of religion and theology as well as digital information in a religious or theological context. Both international and pluralistic in scope, this peer-reviewed journal encourages the publication of research and scholarship in the field of library and information studies as it relates to religious studies and related fields, including philosophy, ethnic studies, anthropology, sociology, and history. By “information” we refer to both print and electronic, and both published and unpublished information. A board of consulting editors assists the editor in reviewing submissions as well as maintaining awareness of developments in the fields covered. JRTI welcomes submissions using various methodologies, including empirical research, essays, and critical reviews.
This journal focuses on various stages in librarianship for religious and theological information, such as:
- production (including printing and publishing)
- collection development
- instruction and information literacy
- digitization and multimedia
- special collections and archives
- history of libraries and librarianship
- censorship and intellectual freedom
Manuscripts should be submitted to the Editor via email, preferably in Microsoft Word format. Send manuscripts to Mark Stover at email@example.com