Bulletin Book Reviews (BBR) is the review branch of the Bulletin for the Study of Religion, an online and print publication affiliated with the North American Association for the Study of Religion and published by Equinox.
BBR reviews titles treating a wide range of content from a wide range of social-scientific or naturalistic perspectives, particularly titles which themselves foreground issues of method and theory in the study of religion. Contributions are welcome from doctoral students and faculty alike.
Reviews can take three forms: (1) Contributions ranging from 500 to 1000 words to be published online, initially on the blog site itself and then later on a special review platform currently in development; (2) Longer contributions, ranging from 1000 to 3000 words, to be published in the print journal; and (3) Multi-author long-form contributions centering on a single title or group of titles to be published in the print journal. Reviews of all types are subject to editorial approval.
Please direct inquiries, suggestions, or potentially interested reviewers to our book review editor, Adam Miller, at email@example.com.