Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

Analecta Hermeneutica is the annual refereed journal of the International Institute for Hermeneutics (IIH). It provides an intellectual forum for interdisciplinary, inter-religious, and international hermeneutical research. The journal publishes research in the form of articles, reviews, and other scholarly contributions in all hermeneutically related fields, with a particular focus on philosophy, theology, and comparative literature.

 

Section Policies

Introducing the Issue

Only editorial staff may submit items for this section.

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Articles

Analecta Hermeneutica invites submissions of papers on topics relating to hermeneutics or hermeneutic studies of philosophy, theology, literature or art. Papers should be an average of10, 000 words in length.

Please follow the formatting of published articles (i.e., endnotes rather than footnotes, no in-text citations, first reference in full, second in shortened form, etc.). Contributors may respond to published articles and submit their responses. These will be considered for publication in the volume in which the article to which they are responding appeared. Thus every volume of AH is in principle open to expansion.

All submissions subject to peer review.

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Reviews and Notices

We invite short reviews of notices of books related to hermeneutics. We are particularly interested in English reviews of books appearing in other languages.

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A Symposium on the Work of James Bradley

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Adieu (Obituaries)

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Publication Frequency

AH is an annual publication. The journal is typically published in January or February.

 

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

 


INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR HERMENEUTICS / INSTITUT INTERNATIONAL D'HERMÉNEUTIQUE

ISSN 1918-7351