Denison Journal of Religion has been published annually by the Department of Religion since its inception in 2001. The goal of the journal is to promote undergraduate research on religion. All articles are written by Denison students, who critically reflect on the issues of religion. Regardless of their academic disciplines, any Denison students can submit their appropriate research papers.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
- If you are interested in submitting your research paper (e.g. term papers, summer research, senior research, directed study) to the Denison Journal of Religion, please, contact the Religion Chair or any Religion faculty for inquiry.
- A typical length of an essay is between 3000 words and 5000 words.
- The journal uses the Chicago Style of Manual with footnotes and a bibliography at the end of the essay.
- We only accept submissions via email. Email your essay to the Religion Chair and student editors as an attached Word document (no PDF). The essay should be saved as DJR_Last Name.
- All submitted essays will be peer reviewed.
Current Volume: Volume 18 (2019)
- Student Editor
- Eva Rosenthal
- Faculty Editorial Board
- John Cort
- John Jackson
- Maia Kotrosits
- Martie Roberts
- K. Christine Pae
- David Woodyard
Special thanks to Jodi Weibel, Academic Administrative Assistant for all she has done to make this publication possible