Asia Pacific Journal of Religions and Cultures (AJRC)

ISSN : 2586-9019 (online)

Aims and scope

Asia Pacific Journal of Religions and Cultures is an interdisciplinary journal seeking an engagement between scholars working across a range of disciplinary fields, including religious studies, cultural studies, critical theory and Interdisciplinary of humanities and social sciences. Lying at the interface between the study of religion and other academic studies of culture. In particular, the journal will consider why cultural studies have hitherto neglected the significance of religious manifestations in cross-cultural perspectives, and define ways in which the discipline of religious studies needs to engage with other areas of contemporary critical and cultural.
The principal aim of Asia Pacific Journal of Religions and Cultures is to promote critical investigation into all aspects of the study of religions, cultures and Interdisciplinary of humanities and social sciences, particularly from scholars with an innovative and multidisciplinary focus.

Frequency of Issue: Twice per year (June and December) (1st issue January-June, 2nd issue July-December).

Peer Review Policy:

All research articles published in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymised refereeing by at least two anonymous referees.


Journal Homepage Image