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Journal of Medieval Religious Cultures

  • Christine F. Cooper-Rompato,
  • Sherri Olson, Editors

  • Biannual Publication

  • ISSN 1947-6566
  • E-ISSN 2153-9650

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The Journal of Medieval Religious Cultures has been in continuous publication for over thirty years. The journal chiefly publishes peer-reviewed essays on mystical and devotional texts, especially but not exclusively of the Western Middle Ages. In its current form, the journal seeks to expand its areas of focus to include the relationship of medieval religious cultures outside Europe. The journal also publishes book reviews and disseminates information of interest to all those who by profession, vocation, or inclination are interested in mysticism and the Middle Ages.

Christine F. Cooper-Rompato, Utah State University
Sherri Olson, University of Connecticut

Book Review Editor
Paul J. Patterson, Saint Joseph’s University

Editorial Board
Vincent Gillespie, Oxford University
David Griffith, University of Birmingham
Fiona Griffiths, New York University
Chaim Hames, Ben Gurion University
Catherine Innes-Parker, University of Prince Edward Island
Eddie Jones, Exeter University
Sara Lipton, State University of New York, Stony Brook
Benjamin Liu, University of California, Riverside
Ruth Nisse, Wesleyan University
Sara S. Poor, Princeton University
Debra Stoudt, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Kenneth Stow, University of Haifa
Nicholas Watson, Harvard University
Jocelyn Wogan-Browne, York University

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