Religion and Society in Central and Eastern Europe (RASCEE) invites submissions for a special issue dedicated to such issues in Central and Eastern Europe in connection with this topic. We welcome both empirical and theoretical contributions from diverse areas of the social sciences that focus on the topic, such as: sociology, anthropology, political science, religious studies, history and law.Read more about Call for Papers for RASCEE 2021 Issue: “Religion on the Periphery”
About the Journal
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Religion and Society in Central and Eastern Europe (RASCEE) is an open-access peer-reviewed annual (published in December) academic journal reflecting critical scholarship in the study of religion in the region.
As a multidisciplinary journal, RASCEE publishes scholarly papers on different aspects of religion in Central and Eastern Europe (sociological, anthropological, cultural, political, legal, historical, psychological, geographical, etc.). RASCEE welcomes theoretical and empirical articles, research-in-progress papers, book reviews and short communications.
Journal Religion and Society in Central and Eastern Europe is included in Index to the Study of Religions Online (a cross-searchable database and bibliography of journal articles), ATLA Religion Databases, European Reference Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS) and in EBSCO Publishing – Academic Search Complete, SocIndex with Full Text and in Central and Eastern European Academic Source.
In 2020 RASCEE journal was accepted for inclusion in Scopus.