International Journal of Asian Christianity (IJAC) Symposium on 8 & 9 Jan, 2019 Chennai, India - Click here to know more

Aim & Scope

The International Journal of Asian Christianity is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the scholarly examination of Christianity in Asia and of Asian Christian diaspora in the West and elsewhere.

While other major Asian religions such as Buddhism, Hinduism and Islam have received great deal of international scholarly attention, Christianity is relatively.

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Book Review

IJAC publishes book-reviews of studies and researches in the field of Asian Christianity or related areas.
Publishers and authors are welcome to send two copies of the books to be reviewed.

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Manuscripts Submission

Papers are invited both by well-established scholars in the field as well as young ones – exploring new avenues of research on Asian Christianity.

The articles need to be prepared as per the guidelines of Brill publishers.



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News & Announcements
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    Publication of Vol.2.1 - Mar 2019.

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    Official release of the international Journal of Asian Christianity (IJAC) - AAR, Boston on 20 Nov 2017.

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    IJAC conference and release of the journal at the State University of Madras – 8-10 Jan 2018.

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    Publication of Vol.1.2 – in Sep 2018

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    IJAC issues will appear twice a year – March & September.

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    The first issue of IJAC will be launched at the American Academy of Religion (AAR), Boston in November 2017

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    There will be also a book-release held at the State University of Madras, Chennai, India in 2018 January followed by two days of consultation.

Welcome To IJAC

International Journal of Asian Christianity,(IJAC) represents the fruit of international collaboration of scholars in the field across the world.

This peer-reviewed journal publishes cutting edge studies, researches and analyses on Asian Christianity availing inputs from many interrelated fields – history, social-sciences, anthropology, cultural studies, theology, religious studies, literature, etc.

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