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Climate Change and Blockchain: Editorial for March 2024 issue

Climate Change and Blockchain: Editorial for March 2024 issue

Posted by Arthur C. Petersen on 2024-05-25

The first issue with the new publisher, Open Library of Humanities, is out [click here to browse the issue online; click here to view and download a PDF of the entire issue]! We delayed the release of the March 2024 a bit since we wanted to include a complete thematic section from the sixty-eighth annual summer conference of the Institute on Religion in an Age of Science (IRAS) entitled [...]

Zygon migration to diamond open access completed, all back issues now openly available!

Zygon migration to diamond open access completed, all back issues now openly available!

Posted by Arthur C. Petersen on 2024-01-02

It is with great happiness that the Joint Publication Board of Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science announces that all back issues have been migrated to OLH and are now available from this platform under open access license. As I announced in September 2021, three years into my first 5-year term as Editor-in-Chief, the Board had started an exploration into flipping the journal to open access. [...]

Zygon migrates to a new publisher, a new platform, and diamond open access

Zygon migrates to a new publisher, a new platform, and diamond open access

Posted by OLH Janeway on 2023-06-22

From January 1, 2024, Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science will be published diamond open access via our new publisher, Open Library of Humanities. From that date we will leave Wiley, who have served as our publishing agent for more than 33 years. From July 14, 2023, the Wiley ScholarOne website cannot be used anymore for unsolicited submissions; OLH Janeway will be our new manuscript [...]

Remembering Philip Hefner (1932–2024)
Posted by Mladen Turk on 2024-04-28

Philip Hefner, a Lutheran theologian known for his work in connecting scientists with religious thinkers in dialogue, died on April 27, 2024, at his home in Chicago. He was 91. Soon after ordination in 1962, Hefner began his life’s work of teaching theology to students preparing to be pastors, finally joining the faculty of the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago in 1967, where he spent [...]

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