International Journal of Latin American Religions
This journal presents research articles, interviews, conference reports and book reviews that contribute to the scientific study of the history and present situation of Latin American religions, both in the region and among Latin American minorities in other parts of the world. Offering a multidisciplinary perspective, the journal presents contributions in many areas of the human sciences, including sociology, history, psychology, philosophy, anthropology and comparative religion.
The journal aims to bring Latin American scholarship to a broader audience, to provide new insights and comparative perspectives on issues of common interest to a an international readership of researchers and to contribute to the exchange of relevant knowledge among scholars dedicated to the scientific study of Latin American religions. The peer reviewed articles are published in English, with abstracts in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
Rafael Shoji (April 2018)
Between tradition and change: appropriation dynamics and integration processes of Hinduism in Argentina
Mercedes Saizar (March 2018)
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