Author Guidelines

How to Submit a Manuscript

Authors are asked to submit abstracts of 150-250 words to, indicating the original case study, geographic region, time period, and religious traditions in contact they would like to cover as well as the theoretical perspective/analytical concept they would like to employ. A template for new submissions can be downloaded here. Abstracts will be checked by our editorial team, a member of which will get in touch with the author to arrange for the submission of a full article.

To submit a paper, please send an e-mail ( with the name, affiliation, and e-mail address of the author(s). Please include an anonymized copy of the manuscript as an attachment (doc or docx and PDF file), i.e. remove all information from the paper, the reference list, and the paper’s metadata that could identify you as the author. Manuscripts that do not follow this requirement will be sent back to the author.


Authors are responsible for obtaining written reproduction permissions and the corresponding authorized files for any copyrighted material contained in their contributions. These written permissions must specify clearance by the copyright holder for the files in question for publication in Entangled Religions under the CC-BY 4.0 International license.. Please see our Open Access Policy for further information. Authors must obtain such permissions at their own expense. Authors are expected to submit copies of these permissions to Entangled Religions before publication.

Along with a proof, authors will be sent a publication agreement to be signed before publication of their contribution.

Author Identification

Authors may add a short biographical note to their manuscripts (max. 150 words). In case of publication, this text will be published alongside the abstract. Authors may also state their ORCID. It will be added to the metadata of the contribution upon publication.