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This journal operates a double-anonymous peer review policy for research articles. For more information, please see Zygon's 'Peer Review Process' under 'Journal Policies'. The average time it takes for reviews to be completed for articles submitted to the journal is 3 weeks.Licences
Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science allows the following licences for submission:
This journal is published by the Open Library of Humanities (OLH). Unlike many open-access publishers, the OLH does not charge any author fees. This does not mean that we do not have costs. Instead, our costs are paid by an international library consortium. If your institution is not currently supporting the platform, we request that you ask your librarian to sign up. The OLH is extremely cost effective and is a not-for-profit charity. However, while we cannot function without financial support and we encourage universities to sign up, institutional commitment is not required to publish with us.Publication Schedule
The journal is published online, with articles being collated (and repaginated) into four issues per volume (year). Articles are made available as soon as they are ready to ensure that there are no unnecessary delays in getting content publicly available.
Thematic Sections of articles are welcomed and will be published as part of a normal issue, but also within a separate section page. Please see the Journal Policies page for further information on Thematic Sections.Sections
Blockchain, Religious Imaginaries and Theology
Religious Robots: AI as Religious Subject and Object
Science and Orthodoxy around the World
The Wizards of Climate Change: How Can Technology Serve Hope and Justice?