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  • Vol. 2 (2015)

    In our second volume, we introduce new sections for our readers: a new book review section as well as a new miscellaneous section.

    We offer you multiple book reviews with educated opinions on cutting-edge publications, not older than two years. Other publications include articles and miscellaneous on topics such as biblical metaschematism and religious transfer (Knut Martin Stünkel) and the history of religion with a triple analysis of Mircea Eliade and Moshe Idel’s work (Eduard Iricinschi). 

  • Vol. 1 (2014)

    After months of planning and working on the project of Entangled Religions, our journal launched in November 2014.

    This first volume includes two editorials and three thematically diverse articles by contributors established in the field. The subjects treated in these articles include Buddhist iconography of the Kushan era (Jessie Pons), postural yoga and haṭhayoga (Stuart Ray Sarbacker) as well as Muslim mainstream missions, the Ahmadiyya mission, to inter-war continental Europe (Gerdien Jonker).

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