Studia LiturgicaAn International Ecumenical Journal for Liturgical Research and Renewal.
Studia Litugica is a peer-reviewed journal published twice a year. Founded in 1962 and now published by SAGE on behalf of Societas Liturgica.
Studia Liturgica’s aim is to:
- Encourage research in the field of worship and allied subjects and explore the pastoral implications of such research
- Facilitate the exchange of results and other liturgical knowledge
- To deepen the mutual understanding of the various liturgical traditions and seeks for ways to make clear the relevance of liturgy in the contemporary world
Follow the link below to the SAGE website for more information.
Editor in Chief
Class of 2021
Júlio Cézar Adam, Brazil
Carmel Pilcher, Australia
Stephan Winter, Germany
The President (ex-officio)
Bridget Nichols, Ireland
Jennifer O’Brien, Australia
Class of 2023
Rima Nasrallah, Lebanon
Frédérique Poulet, France
Shawn Strout, USA
Societas Liturgica Co-Treasurers
Harvey Howlett, UK
Jason Lucas, USA
How to Submit a Manuscript
The Editorial Board actively encourage articles for publication in Studia Liturgica which is distributed to over 3,000 institutions around the world and, thus, can stimulate cross-fertilization of research, ideas, concepts, conclusions among colleagues as well as thousands of other people
Papers from diverse traditions, cultures, and geographic regions are earnestly welcomed as well as illustrative line drawings, diagrams, charts/tables, and even high contrast black & white photos.
To submit a manuscript, all authors create an account in “SAGE track” where manuscripts are then submitted
If you need any assistance establishing your SAGE account, e-mail Rosie Londal, Assistant Editor at SAGE for help – details are on the SAGE
Publication is not guaranteed, but a thoughtful review of all papers will be made by peer reviewers.