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Journal of Pastoral Theology

Call for Proposals

Special Issue: Qualitative Pastoral Research

This is our last call for proposals for articles in a special JPT issue featuring original qualitative research projects grounded in pastoral theology. We are looking for full-length articles (approximately 8,000 words) that do one of two things:

1. Provide a full account of a research project, including methods, findings, and pastoral-theological implications.

For a good example, see:

Erin Raffety, Kevin Vollrath, Emily Harris & Laura Foote (2019) Lonely Joy: How Families with Nonverbal Children with Disabilities Communicate, Collaborate, and Resist in a World that Values Words, Journal of Pastoral Theology, 29:2, 101-115, DOI: 10.1080/10649867.2019.1621024

or:

2. Reflect on a particular aspect of a larger study (perhaps one you published elsewhere or one that is still in progress), highlighting its implications for pastoral research, practices of care, or pedagogy.

For a good example, see:

Dave Csinos, “From Pioneer to Partner: Dismantling White Normativity in Ethnographic Theology” in Religious Education (2020) 115:4, 400-412, 

DOI: 10.1080/00344087.2020.1738622

    Submission Guidelines

    Please email your proposals, including a title and an abstract of up to 200 words to the editors by September 30, 2022. The articles themselves will be due on October 30, 2022. If you have any questions, please contact the editors.

    Danjuma Gibson [email protected]

    Mary Clark Moschella [email protected]

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    We aim to make publishing with Taylor & Francis a rewarding experience for all our authors. Please visit our Author Services website for more information and guidance, and do contact us if there is anything we can help with!

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