Submissions for No 2 opening soon

We are in the final stages of copy editing and source checking all our accepted submissions for volume no 1 of this edition. We will be opening shortly for submissions to be considered for volume no 2.

Note: we are extending a special invitation for our call for papers to participants at the upcoming Annual Graduate Interdisciplinary Conference at Concordia University in January 2017. If you would like to have your paper considered, please be sure to submit it once we are open again.

Submissions for No 1 CLOSED – Business as usual

Just a reminder that the JRC is no longer reading any new submissions for the first volume of our 27th edition. We will only begin considering submissions for No 2 of the edition in December 2016.

As for a status update, all authors who submitted to us for our CFP should have or will be receiving confirmation and a final status update in the following days. We have reviewed our submissions and – as is always the case – selected a number to proceed ahead for review. We aim to have our peer review completed by the beginning of November 2016.

If you receive a rejection notice regarding your submission, remember to not take it to heart and to keep submitting to other publications. Just because something is not right for the JRC does not mean it cannot have a home elsewhere.

All the best!

JRC Meet and Greet 2016

Greetings contributors,

The JRC is hosting a meet and greet at Cafe Kafein (1429 Rue Bishop, Montréal, QC H3G 2E4) in Montreal, Friday September 2nd from 5 -10 PM. All contributors, readers and graduate students associated with the JRC and its projects are cordially invited to attend.

Light catered snacks will be served and a (limited) amount of drink tickets will be available throughout the evening – on us!

See you there!

The JRC Executive Staff

Call for papers for edition 27 EXTENDED – September 1st 2016

Hello readers, this is just a quick announcement informing everyone that our CFP for our Religion, Ideology and Violence edition 27 volume 1 has been extended to the 1st of September 2016. If you have not submitted yet, but were on the fence now is the perfect opportunity to send your work to us.

Therefore, September 2nd we will be closing the submission form in order to focus on reviewing your work.