Welcome

Re-established in the summer of 2016, Glossolalia is an open-access, peer-reviewed graduate journal of religion that publishes biannually out of Yale Divinity School. Grounded in a strong belief in the need for further collective academic utterance at the graduate level, this new incarnation of Glossolalia exists as a multidisciplinary space for academic papers and analysis. Though initially founded (and subsequently re-founded) by Yale graduate students, Glossolalia  welcomes submissions from the worldwide community of scholars and academics.

Issues

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The Spring 2017 issue examines the relationship between religion and acts of dissent or disobedience. Featured authors: Shakeel Harris (Duke) Greg Mileski (Colorado) Peter...
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The Fall 2016 edition of Glossolalia explores conceptions of rebirth, resurrection, and revivification in the world of religion and its related disciplines. Featured authors:...
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A list of articles from the original incarnation of Glossolalia. For a copy of any of the listed articles, please contact the editor in chief.