Press release from Journal of Interreligious Studies:
July 14, 2020
The editorial and administrative staff are pleased to announce two changes to the team managing and publishing the Journal of Interreligious Studies. In November of last year, Hartford Seminary announced that it would collaborate with Hebrew College and Boston University School of Theology in publishing the JIRS. At that time, Dr. Joel N. Lohr, President of Hartford Seminary and Professor of Bible and Interreligious Dialogue, joined the JIRS publishing team and Board of Advisors, and Dr. Lucinda Mosher, Faculty Associate in Interfaith Studies at Hartford Seminary, joined the JIRS editorial team as Book Review Editor.
This collaborative relationship is being strengthened and transformed into a partnership among the three institutions. Hartford Seminary joins Hebrew College and the Boston University School of Theology as an official publishing partner. Additionally, Lucinda Mosher will now hold the position of Senior Editor, with responsibilities including Book Review Editor, Copyeditor, and editorial advisor to special issues and print projects.
The team is delighted to share this news. This new partnership will surely solidify JIRS’s role in the future of interreligious studies, dialogue, and theology.