Journal of Communication Ethics, Religion, and Culture
Janie M. Harden Fritz, Editor
Listening is an interdisciplinary journal that fosters meaningful discussion of contemporary questions in religion and culture. Each thematic issue examines a particular topic from different disciplinary perspectives with an emphasis on dialogue and understanding. The journal's title expresses its aspiration for its authors and readers.
Current Issue + Archive
Contributors include Linda Coleman, John Deely, David DeIuliis, Sarah Flinko, Agustín Fuentes, Peter Gilmour, Christina L. McDowell Marinchak, Michael Monshau, O.P., Michael Paradiso-Michau, Janice Schuetz, Thomas Sheehan, and Nelson Maldonado Torres.
"Listening has been able to read the signs of the times with rare insight. There are too many journals now and few of them are profitable to read regularly. Listening is one of the few."
— Alasdair Maclntyre, Notre Dame University
"Listening has the right name, for it demonstrates that both editors and authors have been listening to what insightful people are saying about issues that are relevant for us today."
— Dianne Bergant, Catholic Theological University
"Listening places religious inquiry right where it belongs today: center stage in human affairs and in an interdisciplinary context."
— Patricia Huntington, Arizona State University
· ISSN 0024-4414 (print) · 3 issues per year · Contact the editor for print options ·
· ISSN 2835-2343 (online) · Online access includes volume 1 (1966) to the present ·
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