Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture is edited at the University of Minnesota. The editors of the journal are Euan Cameron (Union Theological Seminary, Columbia University), John McGreevy (Notre Dame University), Dana Robert (Boston University), and Andrea Sterk (University of Minnesota).
The editors invite submissions in all areas of the history of Christianity, including its non-Western expressions. They request that contributions be grounded in original research and defend a clear thesis. The journal's editors are looking primarily for articles of broad significance or general interest to scholars in many fields of the history of Christianity. This does not mean that any particular essay must cover a broad range of space or time, but it does mean that the author should raise questions or address issues or concepts that are pertinent to the larger study of the history of Christianity. Thus we request that authors frame their essay in a manner such that scholars who are not experts in the essay's subject matter will nevertheless find the piece helpful or thought-provoking.
The editors will only accept submissions between 6,000 and 12,000 words, including endnotes, with a strong preference for publishing pieces that fall between 8,000 and 10,000 words, including endnotes.
Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture publishes the following article types:
- Research Articles*
- Review articles*
- Book Review Forums*
- Books Received
- Society Notices
*These article types may be eligible for APC waivers or discounts under one of the agreements Cambridge University Press has made to support open access.