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15 October 2021
This special issue will consider how the fields of theology and religious studies use documents in their work. From the mid-20th century Documentalists to current theories of documentality, the ways that knowledge is inscribed and how objects exist as evidence have been questions of central importance to the work of librarianship, as well as the study of religion. Submissions on any topic related to documentation and religion are welcome, including but not limited to the following:
- Non-textual objects that document religious life
- Digitized and born-digital religious documents
- Undocumented and under-documented religion
- Theoretical discussions of classic and recent work on documentality
- Metadata for non-traditional forms of documentation
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