Issue #33 of the Journal of Interreligious Studies has just been published and can be accessed at this link.
The Journal of Interreligious Studies is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal published collaboratively by Hebrew College, Boston University, and Hartford Seminary. President Joel Lohr is a publisher and member of the board of advisors; Faculty Associate Lucinda Mosher is its senior editor.
Articles in this issue are by David Chrisna, Sherry Fohr, Linda Bredvik, Som Pourfarzaneh. In addition, the issue includes a transcript of a discussion held as part of the 2020 European Academy of Religion called “Writing Difference, Reading the World: A Roundtable of Ecumenical and Interreligious Journal Editors on the History and Future of a Shifting Field.” Seven books are also reviewed.