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.


The Spring 2018 edition will consider the subject of humor and satire in the realm of religious discourse.
The Fall 2017 issue investigates themes involving religious confusion.  Featured authors: Matthew Elmore (Duke) Karl Isaac Johnson (St. Katharine Drexel Catholic Parish)...
The Spring 2017 issue examines the relationship between religion and acts of dissent or disobedience. Featured authors: Shakeel Harris (Duke) Greg Mileski (Colorado) Peter...