Due to COVID-19 pandemic, Politology of Religion: III Bi-Annual conference 2020 is postponed for Spring 2021.Read more about III Bi-Annual Conference 2020 UPDATE
Due to COVID-19 pandemic, Politology of Religion: III Bi-Annual conference 2020 is postponed for Spring 2021.Read More Read more about III Bi-Annual Conference 2020 UPDATE
Politics and Religion Journal received Q3 score in the latests Scimago Journal Report 2019.Read More Read more about Politics and Religion Journal: 2019 JCR score
We kindly invite scholars, researches, doctoral students, policy-makers and other stakeholders interested in the complex relationship between religion and politics to send their panel and/or paper proposals for the upcoming Third bi-annual conference on Politology of Religion. This two-day academic event will take place in Belgrade (Serbia) on November 20-21, 2020.Read More Read more about Politology of Religion: III Bi-Annual Conference 2020
New issue of the "Christianity-World-Politics, Journal of the Catholic Political Thought" is published, with the article by Prof. Miroljub Jevtic titled "25 years of Politology of Religion".Read More Read more about New issue of "Christianity-World-Politics, Journal of the Catholic Political Thought"
Politics and Religion Journal is currently accepting applications for book reviews.Read More Read more about Call for book reviews
It is our great pleasure to announce that the Politics and Religion Journal is now indexed in the Scopus database, published by Elsevier.
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ECPR's General Conference will take place in Hamburg, Germany, 22-25th August 2018. Prof. Miroljub Jevtic is proposing a panel titled "New Challenges for Politology of Religion". Deadline for proposing a paper is February 4th 2018. Paper proposal should consist of 250 words abstract, followed with 4-6 keywords, author's name, affiliation and contact details. Proposals should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The next IPSA's World Congress will take place in Brisbane, Australia, July 21-26th 2018. Professor Miroljub Jevtic is proposing a panel titled "Religion and Political Parties" and welcoming your application.Read More Read more about IPSA World Congress - Brisbane 2018, Panel seeking papers